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By Dani Segelbaum | November 17, 2015 | Lifestyle
Bring one of these unique gifts to earn extra points during holiday visits this year.
Vintage cookbook, Farm and Fable (price varies). 251 Shawmut Ave., 617-451-1110
Find a vintage cookbook that matches your host’s personality at this beloved South End store.
Our Favorite Things Crate, Winston Flowers ($300). 131 Newbury St., 800-457-4901
Nothing says thank you like Vermont-made cheese, delicate shortbreads, artisanal chocolates, and fresh fruit.
Four person box for three meals, Just Add Cooking (Try It Out price, $69).
This Boston-based company takes the hard part (grocery shopping) out of making dinner during the week. Each box has the correct amount of ingredients for every meal, also meaning that there is less food and package waste.
Stonewashed Belgian linen napkins, set of four, Restoration Hardware ($34). 234 Berkeley St., 857-239-7202
Monogram these napkins with your host’s initials for an extra special touch.
Signature note cards, Felix Doolittle ($125). 45 Border St., Newton, 617-969-8883
A thank you note is a given, but why not leave your host with her own personalized stationery? We love the whimsical prints from this Newton-based stationer. Opt for the signature note cards personalized with your host’s name and an illustration.
Playing Cards, Tiffany & Co. ($35). 5 Newbury St., 617-217-5778
Black Jack? Poker? Old Maid? Bring the entertainment with you with these elegant playing cards.
Greetings From Boston 12 Piece Box, Beacon Hill Chocolates ($36). 91 Charles St., 617-725-1900
These keepsake boxes filled with handmade chocolate are the perfect delicious treat.
Spirit of Boston package, Boston Harbor Distillery, $120. 12R Ericsson St., 617-533-7001
Forget your average bottle of wine and bring the limited-edition three-pack from Boston Harbor Distillery that includes whiskey varieties made from Samuel Adams beers: New World Tripel, Thirteenth Hour, and Merry Maker Gingerbread Stout.