Most grilling utensils aren’t much to look at, but these walnut-handled ones are handsome enough to double as serving pieces. $17 each; williams-sonoma.com.
I eat these crunchy, smoky, dark-chocolate-covered almonds with cocktails and for dessert. Buy: $10 for 5 oz.; cliffamilywinery.com.
My new obsession: aged-cheddar grilled cheese with a drizzle of this smoky, oral honey. Buy: $15 for 8.6 oz.; beelocal.com.
"This toasty emerald-green oil from Stony Brook is surprisingly light. I drizzle it on goat cheese for hors d'oeuvres." - Julia Heffelfinger. Buy: $14.99 for 6.3 oz.; amazon.com
"I’m a sucker for everyday items in pretty, reusable packaging, like these matches." —Christine Quinlan Buy: $10 at skeemshop.com.
Bulls Bay salt from South Carolina has large, delicate flakes that melt when sprinkled on warm vegetables, but keep a nice little crunch. Buy: $15 for 4 oz.; amazon.com
"This is so creamy, I'd spread it on a biscuit instead of butter." - Julia Heffelfinger. Buy: $6 for 6 oz.; trubeehoney.com.
An artisanal version of the seaside classic, in sophisticated flavors like bergamot and salty caramel apple. Buy: $6.50; uncommongoods.com
"This harissa, made with tomato paste, preserved lemons and chiles, is my new rice bowl go-to." - Christine Quinlan. Buy: $11 for 6 oz.; amazon.com.
At Momofuku Lab, star chef David Chang conducts brilliant umami experiments. One of the first results: his spicy, fermented-chile Ssäm Sauce. Buy: $7.50 for 11 oz.; momofuku.com.
You'll find us cooking banana-leaf-wrapped fish over Thaan binchotan from master griller Andy Ricker of Pok Pok. Buy: $9 for 5 lbs.; amazon.com
Now I can make the crispy cornflake-and-marshmallow cookies from NYC’s Momofuku Milk Bar at home…in big batches! Buy: $17; shopmilkbar.com. —Kate Heddings
A Tater Tot match made in heaven, 'Chups savory fruit ketchups are flavored with vinegar and spices. Buy: $8 for 8 oz.; chupsitup.com.
Inspired by traditional Thai curries, these peanut butter cookies are made with 10 different spices. Buy: $9 for 6; whimsyandspice.com
Made from ground vanilla beans, it's an excellent alternative to extract in cookies like shortbread. Buy: $19.50 for 0.88 oz; heilalavanilla.com.
This chocolate–caramel–peanut butter bar gets its awesome texture from pretzels and crispy rice. Buy: $7; mayanachocolate.net
Red Kite's candies, in flavors like maple and chocolate–sea salt, are buttery and chewy. Buy: $8 for 4 oz; redkitecandy.com.
This powder, made from several different cheeses, is great sprinkled on popcorn or folded into dips. Buy: $17 for 6 oz; amazon.com.
The Rotary Peeler from Joseph Joseph has three blades—regular, serrated and julienne—so it saves space in your utility drawer. The julienne blade alone is worth the price. Buy: $10.55; amazon.com.
Barbecue master Steven Raichlen designed these tongs with detachable LED lights for night grilling. Buy: $20; amazon.com.
This sesame spread is so rich, with a fabulous crunch from pistachios. Buy: $13 for 8 oz; brooklynsesame.com.
This bar has just the right mix of salty caramel and buttery brown sugar. Buy: $18 for 6; mahzedahrbakery.com
The bright green Stretch trivet is large enough to hold several platters. Buy: $16; josephjoseph.com.
Bandar adds an Indian twist to its new hot sauces, like spicy mango. Buy: $3.50 for 7 oz; bandarfoods.com
This diminutive version of Lodge's winning cast-iron skillets comes preseasoned, just like its big brothers. The miniature size is great for playful, single serving breakfast presentations. Buy: $12; lodgemfg.com
This lightly coconutty, slightly sweet and salty spread is perfect for dipping dark chocolate in. Buy: $16 for 6 oz.; solsticecanyon.com.
The almonds in this artisanal orgeat, a tiki-drink staple, are toasted first for extra flavor. Buy: $15 for 12.7 oz.; orgeatworks.com.
The distinct, citrusy flavor of Thai chiles comes through in this not-too-hot sauce that’s perfect for stir-fries. Buy: $8 for 5 oz.; adoboloco.com.
When Blomus’s Knik trivet isn’t protecting your table, it folds up for easy storage. Buy: $13; allmodern.com.