Everything at cookware brand Material is up to 25% off through December 1. We love their take-apart-able Good Shears and BPA-free, dishwasher-safe reBoard cutting board, which is made of recycled plastic and renewable sugarcane and is perfect for prepping raw meat and fish. Purchase one of the two, new limited-edition colors—the pale peachy To Pó-Po, with Love and the pine green Reimagine Justice—and Material will donate 50% of the profits to the organizations Heart of Dinner (cofounded by Moonlynn Tsai, an owner of BA favorite Kopitiam) and Drive Change. Normally $35 each, you can snag any three reBoards for $70, which is basically like buying two to give as gifts and getting a free one to keep for yourself.
It all started with Diaspora Co.’s revelatory turmeric, but since launching in 2017, the direct trade spice company has expanded into single-origin cumin, coriander, pepper, and black mustard seed. For every order over $75, Diaspora Co. will donate $25 to Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems, and Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance to honor native land repatriation, indigenous food sovereignty, and cultural revitalization. Additionally, its sturdy, sunny tote bag is on sale, with $10 from every purchase going toward Cafe Ohlone’s fundraiser for a new restaurant space and cultural center.
A fire pit is, all of a sudden, the winter accessory we didn’t know we needed. Solo Stove makes sleek cylindrical fire pits at a variety of price points, and all are 30% off. Its grill and camp stoves are also on sale so you can host weenie roasts and backyard hibachi parties all winter long.
If you can’t gather around the table with far-away family this year, send them a food gift from Goldbelly. Everything is 20% with code “GOLDSGIVING,” from Cote Korean Steakhouse’s gonzo Butcher’s Feast to Island Pops’ tart, refreshing Sorrel Rum Sorbet to the iconic Peking Duck Dinner Kit from New York favorite Jing Fong.
Use code “2020” for 20% off at The Webster, where you can stock up on some of our most frivolous and fabulous recommendations from gift guides current and past—like this painfully chic champagne coupe or this real, lacquered croissant, which doubles as a bedside lamp.
Everything at Terrain, including sale items, is 20% off, which means it’s time to purchase a different indoor citrus tree for every room in your house. Might as well throw this book on how to Grow Fruit & Vegetables in Pots into your cart while you’re at it.
Take 25% off everything at chef Meherwan Irani’s Spicewalla, plus get free shipping on orders over $25. We recommend this 18-pack spice starter set, a great gift for anyone setting up their first kitchen, and this collaboration with chef Preeti Mistry, which includes their Juhu Beach Club cookbook (hello doswaffles) as well as a three-pack of spice blends.
Jinen is one-stop shopping for all the people on your list obsessed with Japanese home goods (guilty), and this weekend, everything is 10% off. We love its assortment of donabes, Hasami porcelain, and hand-dyed tenugui, which can be used as table linens or to wrap gifts.