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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Give Sound Bites With Turntable Kitchen Merch

Posted By on Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 11:30 AM

click to enlarge Headphones and whisk tea towel by Turntable Kitchen. - TURNTABLE KITCHEN
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  • Headphones and whisk tea towel by Turntable Kitchen.

All through December, SFoodie is bringing you local gift ideas for the food obsessives in your life.

San Francisco-based blog Turntable Kitchen understands how hard it is to choose between music and food when it comes to having a first love and offers cute and original products that mix the two. There are tea towels with headphones and a whisk (as well as ones that say "Tasty Tunes") and gift bundles that contain records, a T-shirt, and recipes.

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They're sold out for the holidays, but for future reference, Turntable Kitchen also offers a monthly Pairings Box subscription service that includes an exclusive 7-inch record, digital mixtape, recipes, and an unusual dry ingredient. The aforementioned gift bundles include some of these items from previous Pairings Boxes. This site celebrates two of the finest pleasures in life. If 2012 was the year that food officially became the new music after years of nipping at its heels, these gifts are apt tokens of the Zeitgeist.

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