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Food-Themed Pins and Brooches
Over the past couple of years enamel pins of all kinds have seen a huge comeback—from the NYC-made sporty and playful Prize Pins, to Melbourne-based Georgia Perry's celebrity portraits and Hungry Eyes' personified dishes. Food-themed apparel also saw...
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Dixie Elixirs' Cannabis Edibles
For a long time, ingesting cannabis usually meant indulging in a pot brownie. But the realm of edibles has gone chic and quasi-mainstream thanks to brands like Dixie Elixirs. Combining a foundation in the medical world with a firm footing in scientific...
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Classy Cannabis Cookbooks
As marijuana becomes legalized in more states around the United States, cooking with cannabis has taken a step towards the serious—weed brownies and "special" Rice Krispies Treats just won't cut it anymore. Amid the vast number of questionable cookbooks...
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Forager: A Subjective Guide to Miami's Edible Plants
You don't have to be lost in the Everglades of South Florida to find value within "Forager: A Subjective Guide to Miami's Edible Plants." A well-researched, beautifully presented documentation of 39 delectable plants found within the area and beyond...
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Edible Holiday Fix
The Cool Hunting team spends a lot of time sampling new foods, and very often we get hooked. This holiday we joined forces with indie food purveyor Mouth to create small assortments of these sweet and salty treats. Pick your penchant for an edible...
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Edible Flower Heirloom Seed Kit
Rhode Island designer Sarah Rainwater provides all the essentials needed to start growing calendula, lemon mint, nasturtium and starflower at home. The pristinely packaged seed kit includes seeds, biodegradable paper pots and a wooden planter with...
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Cocoagraph
Cooking up quite an online stir in the last few weeks is Philadelphia's Cocoagraph, makers of artisanal chocolates topped with vintage-filtered Instagram and Polaroid shots. The small start-up allows customers to pick and choose any photograph...