Mixology Marmalades, $7-$9

Mixology Marmalades, $7-$9

Cocktails aren't just for drinking anymore - with these jellies, you can have your Manhattan and eat it too. Made in Reynoldsburg with fruit stiffened by Ohio hooch, whether smeared on toast or shaken in creative libations, flavors like "gin orange marmalade" (with bourbon barrel-aged Watershed) are sure to tickle gourmands.

State & Third

65 E. State St. Suite 0103, Downtown



"Mexico: The Cookbook," by Margarita Carrillo Arronte, $30-$50

From street eats to refined cuisine, this huge and stunningly beautiful compendium of authentic Mexican recipes will revolutionize everything you thought you knew about Mexican food. Chef, restaurateur and Slow Fooder Arronte is a former vice-president of the Mexican Conservatory of Gastronomical Culture and lecturer at Cordon Bleu and Culinary Institute of America.

Wexner Center Store

1871 N. High St., Campus



Rogue Cookies, three deliveries of a dozen a month, $45

Locally baked cookies delivered to your home? Who wouldn't love that? Especially a box of the sort of out-of-the-box flavors (like Buttermilk Ranch and Fried Chicken, but also Dark Chocolate Chip) that have garnered Rogue national attention from the Huffington Post, The Chew and the Anderson Cooper Show.

Rogue Bakery


Sugar Chalet Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup, $24

You got bourbon in my syrup! You got syrup in my bourbon! Yes, two great tastes that taste great together are now available from venerable Bissell Maple Farm near Cleveland. For extra kicks, this small batch syrup is sold in numbered and initialed Maker's Mark-type sealed bottles.

Celebrate Local

3952 Townsfair Way, Easton



Two-Chambered, Two-Gallon Bucket of Pam's Popcorn, $36

Remember those gifts of huge festive popcorn tins you couldn't wait to start eating … until you started eating them? Well forget those uninspired, didn't-hold-up-after-three-handfuls flavors, and step up to Pam's. Her Chicago cheddar is incredible, and so is her caramel. Mixed together, it's a marriage made in snacking heaven.

North Market

59 Spruce St., Arena District