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Best Gear 2019


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CHEESE VAULT

Plastic wrap is out—cheese vaults are in. Silicone walls wick moisture away from cheese, and a polished exterior allows for easy labeling with a pen.

$30, thegrommet.com


CHEESE KNIVES

Form can be on the same level as function, especially in the case of these serving utensils. The subtle finish on the handles gives off an antique vibe, though the sleek lines are anything but outdated.

Set of three, $38, anthropologie.com


DOUBLE-WALLED CHAMPAGNE FLUTE

Grace, check. Class, check. Dry hands, check. These double-walled blown glass beauties provide the dual benefit of keeping your beverage cold while preventing condensation from forming on the outside of the glass.

Set of two, $18, epare.com


GLASS SPIKED BOWLS

What better to hold your fondue accoutrements than these tiny-footed glass bowls? Bonus: They come in a nesting set, so storage is a cinch.

$35-$98, eastfork.com


FONDUE SET

This white ceramic fondue pot practically begs for an audience. The full set includes a burner, stainless steel base, and four fondue forks. Just add cheese, and you’ve got yourself a party.

$30, boska.com


PAINTED OVAL PLATTERS

Good things come in threes, like these hand-painted stoneware serving platters. Use them in place of a cutting board to serve up a few wedges, or display your favorite cheesy appetizers.

Set of three, $165, farmhousepottery.com


 

Margaret Leahy

Margaret Leahy is the Associate Editor for culture.

Madison Trapkin

Editor-in-Chief Madison Trapkin is an Atlanta-bred, Boston-based writer. She graduated from Boston University’s Gastronomy master’s Program in December 2018 and started at culture in March 2019. She is passionate about The Feminist Agenda, pizza, and regularly watering her houseplants.

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