Food52’s Provisions Store Is Now Live

You know you want it.
You know you want it. Photo: James Ransom

Former New York Times food editor Amanda Hesser and Le Cordon Bleu alum Merrill Stubbs have launched an e-commerce offshoot of their cooking website. Subscribers can now purchase items like a vintage jam serving spoon ($15), fancy finishing sea salt ($12), and a 24-carat gold-plated cobbler ($90). The products are lovely, and the site pretty much looks like a shop-able Pinterest board. Plus: As part of the launch, Food52 is offering $10 off the first purchase of $50 or more. You can never own too many mason jars, right? [NYM]