What do chocolate and a paring knife have in common?

Tomorrow I am headed to what I consider to be the food mecca: San Francisco. I could be a bit biased though because I grew up there. I ate Thai food before it was popular, my grandparents have long frequented specific Indian and Sushi restaurants and brought my sisters and me along. Of course I have been planning my meals for this weekend for months. This trip back to S.F. I will stay with my best friend since I was two-years-old and am going to bring a local Jackson Hole gift. So I selected this duo:

Who doesn't love chocolate and a Flamenco colored Fusionwood paring knife?

This is not just any chocolate and knife combination. The chocolates are each hand crafted locally at Atelier Ortega. I don't really even care for chocolate, but these little morsels are just plain delicious, melt in your mouth goodness. The knife is the Fusionwood Paring knife. This small handy knife is great for peeling, garnishing and intricate work.

So, have you figured out the answer to the post question, "What do chocolates and a paring knife have in common?" The answer is of course that both of these are little pieces of functional art.

Bonus answer: Both make great hostess gifts!