Short-stack Edition's Cookbooks - These are cookbooks that cater to a single ingredient. I am obsessed with their quirky covers, their seasonality, and the fact that they have such wonderfully unique recipes.
Big Spoon Roasters Nut Butters - Word on the street this is the nut butters dreams are made of. I'm looking forward to endless peanut butter and banana sandwiches.
Mike's Hot Honey - My absolutely favorite condiment. I put this on roasted vegetables, on pizza (A la Paulie Gee's), on avocado toast, on ricotta toast, on grilled cheese...this list goes on. At the end of the day this is utterly versatile and there is nothing you wont love it on.
Noble Bourbon Barrel Maple Syrup - For lazy weekend breakfasts. I am dreaming of pouring this over french toast, or pumpkin oatmeal, or ricotta pancakes. I wouldn't mind using this in savory applications as well. Like drizzled on roasted vegetables...
Fregola - The new ingredient (or at least new to me ingredient). I am envisioning a lot of winter salads of this, kale, and shaved pecorino. The packaging is utterly Italian which kills me.
The Snacker by Liddabit Sweets - I'm not opposed to being given any of the Liddabit Sweet's candy bars but if I had to pick just one it would be the Snacker. This is the kind of thing you can never rationalize buying yourself but if someone brings it for you, no complaints from me.
If all else fails you can always bring a succulent! A nice alternative to the standard flowers and a succulent lasts a lot longer.