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Caveman Cookies

Having a hard time balancing your cookie cravings while staying true to your new, Dan Benjamin-approved Paleo diet? You can do both with Caveman Cookies ($6-$18). Available in three flavors — oatmeal-raisin Original, coconut and macadamia-inspired Tropical, and hazelnut and chocolate Alpine — and in packs ranging from six to 24 cookies, they're the perfect reward for a hard day of proper caveman dieting.

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    Tabasco Family Reserve

    As fans of hot sauce, we're just itching — or is that drooling — to get our hands on some more Tabasco Family Reserve ($25). This limited public release of a longstanding McIlhenny family tradition is brought about by family members hand-picking the best, brightest, and most flavorful peppers, mashing them with salt, and aging them for up to eight years before blending them with white wine vinegar and bottling them up as Family Reserve. Arrives in a green wax-sealed bottle and with a special medallion to certify its authenticity.

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    Mike's Hot Honey

    That's right. Hot honey. Mike's Hot Honey ($10) is a chili pepper-infused honey, handmade in Brooklyn, NY with honey, vinegar and chilies. It's tasty in and on pretty much anything, from hot green tea to pizza. Then again, what isn't tasty on pizza? Wait, what we were talking about? Oh, Mike's Hot Honey. Right. It's damn good.