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From-Scratch Holiday Gift Idea: The Perfect Moscow Mule Mug, with All the Right Ingredients

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How to give the most memorable holiday food gifts this year? Double down on good food and useful, beautiful products to go with them.

Today: An elegant cup full of holiday spirit.

From-Scratch Holiday Gift Ideas from Food52

The challenge, thrown down by Food52er AntoniaJames: Pair Food52 recipes with products from Provisions for extra-thoughtful holiday gift giving this year. We whittled down 5 favorites and are announcing them every day this week, to help inspire your own.

Hot on the heels of our first winner, our second winner is Noelle Bittner, a.k.a. enbe. In addition to putting together a fantastic food gift collection, Noelle organizes our annual Holiday Secret Swap. Noelle explains her winning collection best:

A "gift I would really love to give would be 2 (or 4) of these fantastic copper mule mugs (since I'm a huge fan) with all the boozy fixins and a jar of spice-brined pecans for a snack on the side."
 
Sounds good to us! First, the recipes: 
 
From-Scratch Holiday Gift Ideas from Food52
 
 
 
Now build out the gift with the classic mugs -- you'll be toasting boozy cups of cheer for years to come.
  
 
Still stumped? Check back every day through Sunday for more inspired holiday food gift ideas from the community.
 

Don't forget to use the code FOOD5210 to receive 10% off of custom labels and printed recipes from Makr, valid until the end of the year (11:59 p.m. ET on 12/31/13).

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9 months ago robin

Even better with a personalized copper mug!
http://coppermugs.storenvy...

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10 months ago juleeclip

Love Moscow Mules and LOVE LOVE LOVE ginger beer, which I almost always have on hand for mixing cocktails with. I have to say I was excited recently to try Gosling, mother of all ginger beer, but thought it paled in comparison to most bottled brands like Maine Root and Fever Tree.

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10 months ago mrslarkin

Mrs. Larkin is a trusted source on Baking.

what a great idea! borrowing it.