Shabanukkah Host Gift Guide
It’s that time of year again (read: Shabanukkah), which means showing up to your Shabbat dinner party empty handed just isn’t gonna work. When your sparkling personality isn’t enough, try bringing one of these items to your dinner host. With a range of prices and items, pick your favorites and then decide if you’re gifting to a friend, or if you’re like us, just to yourself. Here’s to more Shabbat in 2018…
For the host who doesn’t let you eat until they Instagram the perfect #MyOneTable photo
Capture a year’s worth of Shabbat dinners with this Fujifilm Instax Mini. Tablescapes, selfies, challah – you name it.
For the host who treats every Friday night like Shabbat in Israel
Our friends at NY Shuk make beautiful, bottled spice blends that will make your dinner prep a breeze. Middle Eastern spice collection includes: the Shawarma, Baharat, Ras El Hanout, Sumac, Za’atar and the Hawaij spice.
For the host who loves wine
Choose a Winc Gift Box from “A Bubbly Celebration” or “Unwind.” If you’re lucky, maybe they’ll share.
For the host who keeps trying their hand at adulting
The Hot Mess Kitchen Cookbook will provide endless cooking inspiration and laughs along the way.
For the host who turns every dinner party into game night
You can never go wrong with Cards Against Humanity.
For the clumsy host
Your guest will never break a glass again with these Unbreakable Silicone Wine Glasses.
For the host who loves to bake
Grab a copy of Shannon Sarna’s Modern Jewish Baker and you’ll be treated to homemade challah, babka and more at your next dinner.
For the host who loves cocktails
Get em this Artland Oasis Beverage Dispenser Jar and send a hand-written card with your favorite batch cocktail recipe. Who knows? Your next dinner just might be filled with a pitcher of hard cider spritz.
For your friend who likes to let their wine “breathe”
Consider this funky, Pyrex Chemistry Flask, and pretend your back in high school chem. Only this time, there’s wine.
For your friend who serves challah with a side of activism
Julia Turshen’s Feed the Resistance cookbook puts the dinner table at the center of movement building.
For the aspiring chef
A Bon Appetit subscription is the gift that keeps on giving. Look forward to monthly dinners inspired by recipes in each issue. Plus, it comes with a tote bag.
For the halva lover
Design your own gift box via Seed + Mill. Give halva, tahini, a tote bag and of course, a personal note.
For the chocoholic
Megan Giller’s new book is all about chocolate. She’ll tell you what to buy, where to buy it, what to make with it, and what to drink alongside it. Chocolate Shabbat anyone?
This wine glass that fits a whole bottle … because would we even be a millennial brand if we didn’t include this on our list??