1. <b>For the cooking artisan:</b>
Patrick Yeung Ceramics, 1-22
This handcrafted citrus juicer is as beautiful as it is functional. Toronto-based potter <a href="http://www.patrickyeungceramics.com">Patrick Yeung</a> creates his ceramic tableware's signature 'cast-iron look' by glazing his wares with wood ash, collected from a wood-burning stove. Keep this piece on a counter or exposed shelf so you can admire it all year long.<p> </p>Patrick Yeung Ceramics, Booth 1-22. Citrus juicer, $90.
2. <b>For the mixologist:</b>
Tonic Maison, G-34
3/4 oz of <a href="http://www.34oztonicmaison.com">Tonic Maison's</a> artisanal concentrated tonic is all you need to make the perfect gin & tonic. Created as a fresh and preservative-free alternative to commercial tonic waters, this is the perfect liquor cabinet staple for amateur bartenders or drinks aficionados.<p> </p>Tonic Maison, Booth G-34. Handcrafted tonic, $25.
3. <b>For the scientist:</b>
This unique 'Rock Bottom Vessel' from <a href="http://www.studio50/ca">Studio50</a> uses lab-grade round bottom flasks as vessels or decanters. The flask sits on its individually molded concrete base, which can be heated or chilled, depending on your use. Heat it up and use the flask to keep your coffee hot, or chill it to keep your iced tea or milk cool. A customizable leather wrap provides grip on the flask.<p> </p>Studio50, Booth Q-26. Glass + concrete vessel, $40. Mortar + pestle, $35.
4. <b>For the environmentally-conscious:</b>
Freshly Printed, Z-01
Printed with non-toxic, water-based pigment onto low-impact textiles (think hemp, organic linen and organic cotton), these tea towels from <a href="http://www.freshlyprinted.ca">Freshly Printed</a> could be considered environmentally-friendly art that's also functional.<p> </p>Freshly Printed, Booth Z-01. Tea towel, $25.
5. <b>For the die-hard Canadian:</b>
Love My Local, R-13
Cheese and wine nights get a touch of local flavour with these province-shaped cheeseboards from <a href="http://www.lovemylocal.ca">Love My Local</a> that can also be doubled as a cutting board. Made with 100% fair-trade, ethically-sourced bamboo, these boards are both eco-friendly and fun! Can't decide on your favourite province? They also make a Canada-wide board!<p> </p>Love My Local, Booth R-13. Boards, $69 to $89.</br>rnBONUS: Get local cheese and preserve pairings for each board <a href="https://www.chatelaine.com/recipes/chatelainekitchen/gift-guide-2014-cheeses-preserves-and-cutting-boards/">here</a>.
6. <b>For the minimalist:</b>
Porcelaines Bousquet, F-05
This simple and charming porcelain milk jug adds a touch of fancy to a minimalist's kitchen. Handcrafted in Quebec, Louise Bousquet from <a href="http://www.porcelainesbousquet.com">Porcelaines Bousquet</a> creates beautiful and delicate-looking tableware that is of comparable quality to fine European china.<p> </p>Porcelaines Bousquet, Booth F-05. Jug, $78.
7. <b>For the vintage lover:</b>
Heyday Design, A-09
These cast porcelain vintage jars from <a href="http://www.heydaydesign.ca">Heyday Design</a> made from moulds of the original glass versions are perfect for holding odds and ends in the kitchen. Sizes range from baby food jars to large crown jars, which are ideal for holding salt and holding wooden spoons and other cooking utensils, respectively.<p> </p>Heyday Design, Booth A-09. Porcelain jars, from $24 to $125.
8. <b>For the avid Instagram user:</b>
Keep your coffee table watermark-free with these unique marble tile coasters from <a href="http://vtiledesign.com">VersaTile</a>. Designs range from a vintage map of Toronto to Ryan Gosling (you read that right). For a more personal touch, use your Instagram or Facebook to upload your own photos to their website, <a href="http://www.coasterly.com">Coasterly</a>, to create custom tiles. <p> </p>VersaTile, Booth N-06. Toronto set of 8, $60. Set of 4, from $32 to $35.
9. <b>For the vegetarian:</b>
Botanical Art by Diane, J-23
Diane from <a href="http://www.botanicalartbydiane.ca">Botanical Art by Diane</a> turns vegetables (grown from her personal garden in Kaledon, BC) into colourful and vibrant pieces of art. When the vegetables have grown to the desired size, they are harvested then sliced, pressed and preserved to keep their brightness and shape intact. These felted wool napkin rings add a pop of colour to your festive dinner table. <p> </p>Botanical Art by Diane, Booth J-23. Set of 4, $38.
10. <b>For the gourmand:</b>
Les Canardises, H-47
Get a little fancy with this holiday season with some high-quality foie gras from Quebec. The ducks are raised on open pasture and fed grains on a farm in Saint-Ferreol-les-Neiges. In addition to foie gras, <a href="http://www.lescanardises.com">Les Canardises</a> also produces foie gras mousse, cassoulet with duck confit, rillettes and terrines. Each can is packaged and sealed. They are delicious served on crostini and makes the perfect festive appetizer.<p> </p>Les Canardises, Booth H-47. Foie gras, $23.