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Alaskan King Crab
Meaty, sweet legs are good enough to make anyone don a silly bib.
$115 for 5 lbs; shawscrabhouse.com.
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Precision Tea Brewer
With seven different time and temperature settings, Fine T promises sipping perfection.
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“Big” and “fat” aptly describe the huge Big Fat Duck Cookbook by Heston Blumenthal, the mad scientist at England’s Fat Duck.
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Each pot in Ruffoni’s new stainless steel line has a pretty silver-plated knob—and its own serial number.
$450 for the braiser; williams-sonoma.com.
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Balvenie’s caramelly 17-year-old single malt is aged in Jamaican rum casks for a delicate sugarcane sweetness.
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Kathleen Walsh’s candelabra, with round votive holders on a stemlike base, resembles a cluster of grapes.
From one of New York City’s oldest meat distributors, DeBragga and Spitler’s “Rack Pack” contains lamb racks, heritage- pork chops and giant cowboy steaks.
The Conran Shop partnered with centuries-old French ceramics maker Jars to create pieces like a sensuously curved teapot.