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They don't have kitchen supplies (just entertaining and dishes and linens and stuff) but I like Serrv - the website is www.serrv.org. It's a non-profit and you can read about the different groups that make the different products.
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Thank you SO MUCH for this link! Their dishes and serving pieces and jewelry and teas are gorgeous, and their story is wonderful!
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Dean & DeLuca, www.deandeluca.com, one of NYC's premier gourmet food stores.
I'm surprised no one has mentioned La Boite spice blends yet. http://laboiteny.com I am also still very partial to Alessi products http://www.alessi.com/en/ as well as Michael Aram http://www.michaelaram...
Boulangere - so glad you like it! I love it for Christmas presents, and sometimes I print out the information about the individual cooperatives to give with the gifts. I'm glad I could help!
It's beautiful, and I'll use it often. Good idea to print out the cooperatives' information. Thank you again.
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Allow me to add Surfas for the "world market" feel, http://www.culinarydistrict... Half gourmet store, you can find almost everything there, and half restaurant supply. They do have a brick and mortar location in Culver City, CA. I'll be there next week to resupply.
Thanks to everyone for the advice. Christmas shopping is DONE!!
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