Cabin Fever Gift Guide

If snow-capped mountains beckon and you’re planning to spend the holidays at a ski resort or rustic cabin, put these items on your wish list. Cozy up by the fire while the flakes fall outside and unwrap these presents. —Photos by Beth Galton

  1. Cider Tasting Mug | 33books.com; $40

    The first-ever designated cider-tasting mug is ceramic to help keep your drink cool. The wide mouth makes it easy to appreciate aromas, while an etched bottom enhances carbonation. The white-glazed interior aids in the judging of color and clarity.

    Cast Iron Serving Tray | wineenthusiast.com; $100

    The four-legged Cast Iron Serving Tray makes a cast-iron skillet a stunning serving piece. Use it for vegetables or a whole fish.

    Central (Phaldon Press, 2016) | phaidon.com; $45

    Peruvian superstar chef Virgilio Martínez organized the recipes for his cookbook, Central (Phaldon Press, 2016), by the altitude of the ingredients. It’s a good guide for mountain-cabin cooking or culinary daydreams.

  2. Danica Retreat Dishtowels | everythingkitchens.com; $13

    The woodsy-themed Danica Retreat Dishtowels are an easy stocking stuffer for anyone looking to bring a rustic look to the kitchen.

    Dozen Yellow Egg Crate | crateandbarrel.com; $13

    The Dozen Yellow Egg Crate is a small luxury, just as cute for storing eggs in the fridge as it is for serving them hard-boiled.

    Big Bad Breakfast (Penguin Random House, 2016) | penguinrandomhouse.com; $45

    New Orleans chef John Besh offers sweet and savory concoctions in Big Bad Breakfast (Penguin Random House, 2016), plus colorful stories behind the dishes.

  3. 2-Bottle Waxed Canvas Wine Bag | wineenthusiast.com; $130

    The leather-trimmed, olive green 2-Bottle Wine Tote is a necessity for the connoisseur that fancies him or herself like Indiana Jones.

    National Park Motor Robe | pendleton-usa.com; $100

    The 100-percent wool National Park Motor Robe unfurls into a perfectly sized lap blanket. The leather strap makes it convenient for travel, but it also looks great perched on the sofa.

    Blade and Bow 22 | bladeandbowwhiskey.com; $150

    Blade and Bow 22 is a Bourbon that’s the age of a typical college graduate. Unlike that graduate, it’s smooth, mellow and has already realized its full potential to a dazzling degree. Sip it neat or with a bit of water.

  4. Enamel Cocktail Shaker and Jigger | truefabrications.com; $40

    Mix things up by the campfire with the lightweight, shatterproof Enamel Cocktail Shaker and Jigger.

    Pappy & Company Bourbon Balls | wineenthusiast.com; $40

    Most of us can’t get our hands on a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon, but the Rip Van Winkle-infused Pappy & Company Bourbon Balls are much more accessible.

    Fire & Smoke Sugar Cubes | venasfizzhouse.com; $8

    Along with whiskey, bitters-infused Fire & Smoke Sugar Cubes can help make a cocktail wherever you are.

  5. Saved Wines Corkscrew | shinola.com; $125

    The heavyweight Saved Wines Corkscrew, with a design by tattoo artist Scott Campbell, is as much a piece of art as it is a tool.

    Staub Ceramic Baking Dishes | zwillingonline.com; $25–$70

    Staub makes top-quality ceramic baking dishes. Its newest collection, with a speckled reactive glaze, has a handmade look at a mass-market price.

    Recipes from the Woods (Phaidon Press, 2016) | phaidon.com; $45

    In Recipes from the Woods (Phaidon Press, 2016), foraged vegetables and herbs are combined with game meats and birds to create elegant, French-inspired recipes.

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Published on November 21, 2016