Now chew on this.
The Meal 2013
What: Sink your teeth and feast your eyes, thanks to the global food photo-sharing project.
Why: While you’re at it, share the love (and some cash) with Action Against Hunger.
Where: Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @arthouse thru Feb. 22, when photos go live on the site.
Juniper Ridge Trail Crew Soaps
What: The rough-and-tumble bath brand’s new liquid line keeps you smelling anything but.
Why: Get fresh with simply bottled cleansers named (and scented) for eight iconic passes, from San Jacinto and the Yuba River to Big Sur.
Where: Available at juniperridge.com, $35.
Gargyle Leather Goods
What: A head-turning line of canteen bags, two-tone satchels, and bucket styles from an indie label incubator.
Why: Random fact — they use the same handbag manufacturer as Ralph Lauren and The Row.
Where: Available at gargyle.com, $495-$950.
Find. Eat. Drink.
What: Put your plate — and palate — in the hands of highly esteemed foodies from PDT cocktail slinger Jim Meehan to salt aficionado Ben Jacobsen with the expert-driven restaurant search tool.
Why: Cruise the app through taste-filled towns both near (NYC, Las Vegas) and far (Basque Country, Montreal).
Where: Available at itunes.com, free.
What: An expected mix of hip-meets-hippie goods worthy of a (virtual) trip to La-La Land, courtesy of the L.A. artist, clothing designer, and shopkeep.
Why: Slouchy tees, celestial-inspired jewelry, and modal dresses you can wear five ways or more.
Where: Available at hayleystarrshop.com, $45-$360.
Photo: Courtesy of The Sketchbook Project