Good things are meant to be shared, like this white sturgeon caviar from Northern California. Buy: from $100; roecaviar.com
Made from solid oak with a beautifully shaped marble top, these durable Craft salt and pepper mills were designed by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. $95 each; normann-copenhagen.com
This slicer’s four blades produce results that a chef’s knife can’t, like turning zucchini into noodles. $50; williams-sonoma.com.
The clever design of this concrete cooler means I can turn it on its side and pile a few to create a wine-storage rack. $85; intoconcrete.com.
Designed by Jackson Cannon, one of my favorite mixologists; the oils in the cocobolo-wood handle help protect it from splashes, spills and drips. $79; rmurphyknives.com.
Textile artist Molly de Vries makes washable dish covers from organic cotton and unbleached linen. $62 for 5; quitokeeto.com
The bright colors onSara Bengur’s Ay napkins are inspired by her summers in Turkey. $96 for 4; sarabengurshop.com.
Bodum’s iconic French press gets a mini makeover with copper and a spillproof lid. From $60; amazon.com.
With the new battery-operated Zest, French company Peugeot modernizes its famed pepper mills. $68; cutleryandmore.com.
The famous jamón ibérico from Cinco Jotas now comes in a handy pre-sliced pack. $40 for 3 oz; tienda.com
The perfumes in Jo Malone’s Sugar & Spice collection have fresh, subtle scents based on desserts like lemon tarts. $605 for 30ml; jomalone.com
Cutouts in these "Holey" maple boards allow them to be hung on the wall. From $52; canvashomestore.com
Filled with fine plastic sticks, Bodum's Bistro block holds knives of any size or shape. $49; bodum.com