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What "indulgence food experience" could I buy with a $200 William Sonoma gift card?

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What "indulgence food experience" could I buy with a $200 William Sonoma gift card?

smilyfoodcritic | Mar 14, 2008 10:14 AM

Received a $200 William Sonoma gift card from my boss who knows I love to cook as a birthday gift. I have pretty much all the gadgets I need for cooking and dining, so I wouldn't mind using this gift card to indulge myself with "non-your-typical-daily" gourmet food or kitchenware (it is meant to be my bday gift after all). Would appreciate any scoops from you William Sonoma connoisseurs out there!

Notes:
1. No alcohol and wine-related glassware/gadgets, because I don't drink.
2. No knives or cutlery as I do not plan to replace my Shun Ken Onion 8-Piece Knife Block Set, which was bought from William Sonoma too, any time soon (if ever).
3. No coffee or espresso machine as I am happy with what I got for Christmas gift - Anita by Quick Mill (and yes I've gotten all the gadgets and the burr grinder I need for making a decent cup of espresso) and I've located an excellent local coffee roaster.

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