Cafe Society

Five great culinary items that'll give foodies a wet dream

Despite our usual aversion to stupid kitchen gadgets, cheeseburger-inspired jewelry and food that's been lacquered and strung on a rope, we still love fun food-themed gifts, especially when we're not likely to find them at every mall store on the planet. There are dozens of must-have food-related finds all over the internet, but we've plucked a few of our favorites off www.etsy.com, a cool website devoted to all things crafty.

Steampunk Cosmic dinnertime pendant necklace, vintage round watch movement served up on a dinner plate complete with napkin, fork, knife, and spoon; $45. Self-Injuring Pig Vintage French Journal, a suicidal, manic pig; $12.99. Eat local T-shirt, homegrown, vegan and 100 percent certified organic; $18. Breakfast on a Stick, made from lightly stuffed, hand painted natural muslin scraps; $16.95. Meat grinder, little piggy screen-printed silk pork necktie; $40.
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Lori Midson
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