While it hasn't been quite as warm in NYC as in Michigan, it as been very sunny and certainly warm enough to go strolling about the town. In my strolling travels I came across a cute little shop on Hudson street, The Meadow. An artisan salt, chocolate, flowers and bitters shop, The Meadow is full of unique kitchen items, artfully displayed in mason jars, bottles and on wooden shelving. So unique I thought I'd share some it's cooler features.
Over 100 different salt varieties from the France to India.
Dozens of bitters for all the cocktail and mixologist fans. I happen to be one of them, though I tend to be more involved in the drinking than mixing process.
I have no idea how these taste, I'm solely basing my bitter choices on their packaging. I especially feeling the crying gypsy art deco bottles by Bitter Tears.
Something my mom would love- these super cool rock slabs that almost look like amber but are actually Himalayan salt blocks! We have granite slabs that really are rock, all over our various gardens at the cottage, serving as pathways and stepping stones.
The storefront on this gorgeous early spring day. And no, that's not me taking a photo of myself, it's some other idiot that got in my shot. NY sidewalks- it happens!
I think this was an excellent find, someplace I'll definitely be going back to when I need to find gifts for my foodie friends.
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