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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Patina Green Holiday Baskets

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We’re turning the spotlight on food-centric gifts over the next 12 days leading up to Christmas.

Charming McKinney market and restaurant, Patina Green, is putting together festive gift baskets for the holidays. Here’s a look at what they’re offering.

Chocolate Rehab
Price: 40$
A variety of Wiseman House Chocolates — artisan chocolate made in Hico, Texas. The selection includes truffles, almond toffee, pecan caramel clusters, peanut butter meltaways, and mocha crunch.

Good Morn’n Sunshine
Price: $20
A bag of Early Bird Granola (handcrafted in Brooklyn, New York) and a bag of Oak Cliff Coffee whole beans.

Carb Comfort
Price: $28
A mix of organic extra virgin olive oil, Patina Green house-made crostinis, and artisan handmade pasta from Austin, Texas.

The Good Ole’ Days
Price: $20
A basket filled with Patina Green chef Robert Lyford’s organic, house-made pickles and summer relish.

Hot Stuff
Price: $22
Luscombe Farm jalapeño jelly from Anna, Texas and house-made candied jalapeños from Patina Green.

Jam n’ Crackers
Price: $30
A sweet mix of limited-batch house-made preserves made with local and organic fruit, organic Artisan Potter’s crackers, and a vintage silver spoon.

Tea and Cookies for Santa
Price: $30
Two dozen salted caramel cookies from Wackyms Kitchen based in Dallas, and organic loose leaf tea from Austin.

American Spoon
Price: $30
American Spoon lemon Curd, American Spoon milk caramel, and a vintage silver spoon.

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