George Hirsch Good Stuff

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

A classic tale of pursing your dreams, even more important today than when first published in 1993. It’s an easy read and you’ll be taken on an adventure as Santiago travels from the comfort of his home in Spain to follow his dream. Amazon.com

The Bialetti Espresso Maker, the stovetop classic. I have had the same one for thirty years. Bialettishop.com

Flexible Flyer® Sled 

Remember those days? Defining winter fun since 1889, this is the sled that generations have come to revere as a classic. Fun for ages 8 and above. LLBean.com

The Nimbus Extra-soft Toothbrush, with micro-fine bristles for gentle but thorough brushing brilliantly designed by a periodontist. Eastearthtrade.com

Kirkland Signature Columbian Supremo (Item # 120296) whole beans, vacuum packed, ready to grind for a fresh brew. Costco.com

Diner Mug. Come in out in the cold and sit down with a warm cup of hot chocolate from George’s signature diner mug. These diner mugs are the classic shape and weight of the old fashioned ones, holding the heat, making every cup of coffee and hot chocolate taste so much better! Georgehirschlifestyle.com

Loccitane 100% natural Shea Butter hand cream soothes winter’s tole on hardworking hands with a subtle  fragrance and balmy texture. Loccitane.com

San Marzano Tomatoes. Straight from Southern Italy, San Marzano Tomatoes, avail whole and crushed. George’s canned tomato of choice. Cybercucina.com

This classic down vest is comfortable for day to day use. It is light weight, comes in an array of colors for everyone’s taste in the entire family. It is also perfect space saving item for traveling as it fits into a Zip-Lock bag. Landsend.com

Lexmark Laser Printer: E238 prints fast and high quality resolution pages and is very reliable. Lexmark.com

The One Touch Can Opener is hands free and makes a safe opened edge. One of the best kitchen gadgets to have handy. Walmart.com

Moleskines, these pocket size notebooks used by artists and thinkers for the past 200 years, from Van Gosh to Ernest Hemingway. Moleskines.com