11/29/15 11/29/15 POPSUGAR Food Holiday Living Best New Food Products | November 2015 12 Foodie Finds to Make November the Coziest Yet November 29, 2015 by Anna Monette Roberts 232 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow The sight of Starbucks red cups lets you know that the holiday season is in full swing. Inspired by the cozy season, this November's must-haves feature ramen noodles, a holiday-spiced kombucha tea, the perfect vessel for your soups, and more books, movies, and items sure to comfort even the biggest foodie. Soup Mug Image Source: James Ransom / Food52 During cold months, I think I eat everything out of a bowl or mug, so why not treat myself to something that combines the two in one? This Farmhouse Soup Mug ($48) is designed to be cradled with one hand so you can easily slurp up the bowl's contents. Beautiful and functional — I love it. — Anna Monette Roberts, associate editor Farmhouse Soup Mug $48 from food52.com Buy Now Eatymology: The Dictionary of Modern Gastronomy Equal parts amusing and informative — which is to say, a lot of both — Eatymology: The Dictionary of Modern Gastronomy ($13) by Josh Friedland explains the origin and meaning of food terms like "fat washing," "mom wines," "snackwave," and "brataphobia." — Nicole Perry, assistant editor Eatymology: The Dictionary of Modern Gastronomy $13 from amazon.com Buy Now Nona Lim Ramen Image Source: Instagram user nonalimfoods I love ramen, but realistically, I'm not going to take the time to make it completely from scratch. I recently tried Nona Lim's homemade broth and ramen noodles, and now I'm convinced it's the perfect solution to enjoying fresh, hot ramen on a cold night when you don't want to go out. Add some fresh veggies to fill it out, and you've got a delicious meal. It's made from scratch in Oakland, CA, and it's available at various Whole Foods locations. — Erin Cullum, editorial assistant OXO On Illuminating Digital Hand Mixer I've long been an OXO loyalist — in my mind, OXO and reliable are practically synonymous — so when I learned the brand was coming out with its first line of electric appliances, I got very, very excited. Everything about OXO On Illuminating Digital Hand Mixer ($80) is cleverly designed, highly functional, and just makes sense; same goes for the rest of the lineup, which includes a coffee maker, immersion blender, toaster, and more. — NP OXO On Illuminating Digital Hand Mixer $80 from oxo.com Buy Now Dominique Crenn's Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste ($50) is the debut cookbook from the mind of Dominique Crenn, the first female chef in America to be awarded two Michelin stars. Crenn celebrates organic and sustainable ingredients, used in intricate and unique ways. She's created a cookbook that takes you through the day-to-day journey of being a chef and helps all aspiring cooks learn a little bit more about how to elevate their everyday cuisine. — Nicole Iizuka, senior producer Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste $50 from amazon.com Buy Now Revive Kombucha Tropic Wonder The latest limited-edition flavor from Revive, Revive Kombucha Tropic Wonder ($4, plus $2 bottle deposit), won me over on first sip. Made with earl grey tea and flavored with orange peel, vanilla, and cayenne, it has a bit of a creamsicle vibe going on and a mildly spicy kick. — NP Revive Kombucha Tropic Wonder $4 from revivekombucha.com Buy Now Burnt Bradley Cooper's newest film Burnt enlisted the help of chefs like Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White, which added a zest of realism to an otherwise Hollywood film. While the film has its ups and downs, it does leave you with just a taste of the life of a real working kitchen . . . and you get to see a shirtless Bradley Cooper, which we can all agree is worth it. — NI OXO Handheld Spiralizer I'm not one for cluttering my kitchen with unitaskers, but this OXO Handheld Spiralizer ($15) is the sole exception. As spiralized veggies are becoming more and more trendy, I wanted in on the trend without investing in a serious piece of kitchen equipment. This handheld spiralizer does just that! I loved making zucchini noodles over the Summer and cannot wait to try sweet potatoes and other root veggies over the Winter. — AMR OXO Handheld Spiralizer $15 from williams-sonoma.com Buy Now Miss Jones Organic Vanilla Cake Mix Cake mix made with recognizable, organic ingredients that actually tastes good? It can be done! I'll be keeping a box of Miss Jones Organic Vanilla Cake Mix ($6) on hand for cake emergencies. — NP Miss Jones Organic Vanilla Cake Mix $6 from missjones.co Buy Now California Fruit Wine Co.'s Pumpkin Spice Wine Now I know you might be thinking that this pumpkin spice fad has gone too far, but California Fruit Wine Company's pumpkin spice wine ($13) is actually something worth trying. It's a slightly sweet and refreshing nod to Fall and tastes reminiscent of a gentle mulled wine. While there isn't a strong pumpkin flavor, all of those comforting cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and ginger spices really come through and make this a must-try for the holidays. — NI pumpkin spice wine $13 from californiafruitwine.com Buy Now Terrapin Ridge Farms Pecan Honey Mustard I have found my new favorite condiment: Terrapin Ridge Farms Pecan Honey Mustard ($7). Sweet, nutty, and just a hint of spicy from the mustard, it's awesome slathered on sandwiches, but I can't wait to try it on glazed meats and baked brie. — AMR Terrapin Ridge Farms Pecan Honey Mustard $7 from terrapinridge.com Buy Now Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix Mark Bittman's matrix-formatted recipe columns — 12 ways with shrimp or choose-your-own-adventure tartare, for example — were always a highlight of T Magazine. His latest cookbook, Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix ($35), extends the concept and is an ideal book for those looking for novel ideas, as well as to become more comfortable in the kitchen. As Bittman explains in the intro, these are looser recipes that can easily be tweaked and expanded upon to suit an individual's tastes. — NP 12 ways with shrimp or $35 from nytimes.com Buy Now choose-your-own-adventure tartare, for example — were always a highlight $35 from nytimes.com Buy Now Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix $35 from amazon.com Buy Now Holiday LivingFood ShoppingGift GuideHolidayFallMust-Haves Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Food Tech DIY Home Love and Sex Vegetarian Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.