2019 Holiday Gift Guide
I'm excited to share my third annual Holiday Gift Guide, just in time for Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus and any other end of year celebrations. This curated guide will help you find the right gift for the right person. Here are my top picks for all the loved ones in your life, no matter their style.
This illustration highlights native plants of the Mid-Atlantic including Virginia's state flower, the dogwood, and Maryland's bloom too- the black eyed susan. Among these are several other native botanicals that can be found growing around the region.
Sip on my newly redesigned martini print, served with olives and a lemon garnish. Like the drink, this illustration is best served very cold for optimal enjoyment.
For the home cook who keeps a clean kitchen
Customers have been asking for this kitchen accessory for a long time, so I'm excited to deliver on this request with several new kitchen towels. Perfect for home cooks, foodies, bakers, or anyone who likes to keep a clean kitchen.
My 2020 calendar proudly features a quote from Jose Andres, DC chef and humanitarian with a mantra for the coming year. Snag one for your politically active friend this season. All proceeds will be donated to World Central Kitchen.
If IRL gifts are more of your jam, grab the friend who loves mixed drinks and sign up for an upcoming Watercolor & Cocktails class. Offered every month, you will enjoy a specialty seasonal cocktail prepared by Buffalo and Bergen and an illustrated recipe to paint in watercolor. Watercolor techniques will be shared as well as a demo of how to make the drink at home. Dates for January - March are now open!
I've been working on a new little illustrated cookbook with food writer and friend, Kara Elder. Small Batch features my illustration paired with recipes from Washington, DC area writers, makers, chefs, artists, and artisans. Think of it as a cross between a spiral-bound community cookbook and a collection of recipes by your favorite food-world friends.
Pre order your copies today!
Books ship the second week of December.