Gift Guide Part #4: Your Brother Who Would Always Let Your Giddy Toddler Sit on His Motorcycle, But Then Up and Broke Your Heart by Moving to France.
Smartphone leather gloves, $98, for chilly days and PDA.
Olive oil, $35, for displaying on his kitchen counter and elevating pastas and toasted baguettes.
Mt. Fuji Ice Mold, $15, which makes an ice cube that looks like Japan’s highest mountain. (The bubbles naturally create a white peak and clear base!)
Pulled pork, $49, enough for 8-12 sandwiches—plus buns and slaw. (Former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl says it’s the best North Carolina barbecue she’s had in a long time.)
Palo Santo sticks, $15, to make his home smell woodsy and warm.
A welcome mat, $50, that will make his guests smile.
Eat like a New Yorker tote, $26, to woo him back to NYC, where he belongs.
Everything bagel pasta, $9. See above.
Knife keychain, $11, for impromptu picnics. (This one‘s cool, too.)
Bike horn with 24 fun sound effects, $20, because you know he’d actually use it.
P.S. More gifts for brothers, and the 2014 gift guide so far…
(Pasta photo via Cool Material, pork sandwich photo via Gourmet.)