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  1. Design Week: Public Eateries
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    Design Week: Public Eateries

    Last week, I attended "Public Eateries: A Conversation on Designing Restaurants in the Era of Food," an event with a slightly nonsensical name (who knew we were in "the era of...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    02.10.11

  2. Barcelona, Day Two
    Travel Reports

    Barcelona, Day Two

    On our second day in Barcelona, fueled by café con leche and enough jamon to kill a horse, we excitedly settled into a breakneck tour of modern Catalan design and architecture. From Gaudi...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    photos by: Amanda Dameron
    01.29.11

  3. Barcelona, Day One
    Travel Reports

    Barcelona, Day One

    When the plane's wheels touched ground this morning at 7am, it was still dark in Barcelona. We, a motley crew of design-website editors, had just spent a long eight hours flying over the Atlantic...

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    photos by: Amanda Dameron
    01.26.11

  4. Studiomama's Outdoor Kitchen
    Food

    Studiomama's Outdoor Kitchen

    A weekend always cries for a DIY project. For those with dreams of the warmer days that are still several months away, Nina Tolstrup—aka Studiomama—has the perfect project to keep you...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    01.21.11

  5. Wine Tasting with Georg Riedel
    Travel Reports

    Wine Tasting with Georg Riedel

    Not so long ago I was at a dinner with a handful of food writers--I was there merely as a food taster--and the fancy stemware from the Austrian firm Riedel came up. One woman extolled the famed...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.21.11

  6. Beer: The Designs of Drinking
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    Beer: The Designs of Drinking

    Wine labels have recently received acclaim for their more astute designs so its high time beer branders were awarded the same salute. A new coffee table-topper from Chronicle Books, Beer: A Genuine...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    01.20.11

  7. Blueline at Hourglass Winery
    Travel Reports

    Blueline at Hourglass Winery

    Back in 2009 former Dwell senior editor Sarah Rich made a short report on a visit to Napa Valley's Hourglass Winery's Blueline property. I had a chance to visit this past weekend and wanted to...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.13.11

  8. Pot + Pantry
    Food

    Pot + Pantry

    Last week I stopped into Pot + Pantry, Donna Suh Wageman's new kitchenwares shop in San Francisco's Mission District. Not only was the tiny space utterly charming, an appealing melange of the...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.11.11

  9. Réveille Coffee Company Truck
    Food

    Réveille Coffee Company Truck

    I confess it, friends, despite growing up in a small hill town in Northern California, my four plus years of living in San Francisco have taken their toll. And now, like every other member of this...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    01.07.11

  10. Code Natural Kitchen by Snaidero
    Food

    Code Natural Kitchen by Snaidero

    Kitchen systems are a lot like prefab housing: they're designed to be modular but they're endlessly customizable—not that that's a bad thing. The advantage of choosing a kitchen system or a...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.23.10

  11. Twist Salt Cellar

    Twist Salt Cellar

    Spice up the nibbles on hand with this take on the salt cellar, a traditional housewarming gift.  

    $65.00

  12. Alphabet Cookie Cutters

    Alphabet Cookie Cutters

    Available by the letter—–pick and choose a sweet message for the hostess with the mostest.  

    $1.00

  13. Home to Tea House Transformation
    House Tours

    Home to Tea House Transformation

    In Eugene, Oregon, designer Ben Waechter turned a residential home into a tea house and sampling room by borrowing ideas from another building typology: the theater.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    12.21.10

  14. Artisanal Sweet Treats

    Artisanal Sweet Treats

    Anyone who knows me well knows that I have a bit of a sweet tooth, with chocolate being on the top of my list. So when I think gifts, I think sweet. And although I can be completely satisfied with...

    written by: Amy Silberman
    12.14.10

  15. Mast Brothers Chocolate

    Mast Brothers Chocolate

    Mast Brothers roast their own cacao beans, and create amazing, intense, small batch, hand made, highly crafted chocolate.  You can get an assortment of ten chocolates online, for the oh so...

    $80.00

  16. Strawberry Stripes Bar by Mary & Matt

    Strawberry Stripes Bar by Mary & Matt

    Two flavors in one. A classic combo bringing to mind the taste of chocolate dipped strawberries. Inspired by Gene Davis paintings and rugby shirts.  

    $10.00

  17. Cornflake Cookie from Momofuku Milk Bar

    Cornflake Cookie from Momofuku Milk Bar

    cornflakes, marshmallows, chocolate chips butter, unbleached wheat flour, cornflakes, sugar, brown sugar, chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, eggs, milk powder, salt, leavening, vanilla  

    $10.00

  18. Fleurir Chocolates

    Fleurir Chocolates

    Robert Ludlow is the mad genius behind Fleurir Chocolates- not mad as in angry, but mad as in wildly creative and remarkably disorganized. After graduating valedictorian with Le Grand Diplome...

    $9.00

  19. Peanut Butter Blossoms from Batter Bakery

    Peanut Butter Blossoms from Batter Bakery

    Batter is a boutique bakery specializing in unique, handcrafted baked goods. All of our sweets are made using premium ingredients and fresh, seasonal flavors. Baked in small batches, our...

    $5.50

  20. Hooker's Sweet Treats

    Hooker's Sweet Treats

    Produced in small batches using only the finest ingredients. SeaSalted Dark Chocolate covered Caramels are hand-dipped and handsomely packaged in an eco-friendly 10-piece box.

    $20.00

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