This Mother’s Bouquet tea is not only light and refreshing, but it can be given as a gift in a beautiful, reusable tin. Photo courtesy Harney & Sons.




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April 2010

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Gourmet Mother’s Day Gifts 2010

Page 3: Diet & Calorie-Free Gifts


If Mom is watching her calories, these gifts will be most welcome. This is Page 3 of a five-page Mother’s Day gift list. Click on the black links below to view the other pages.

Prices and product availability are verified at publication but are subject to change. Shipping may be additional. THE NIBBLE does not sell products; these items are offered by a third party with which we have no relationship. They have been recommended because we think they are outstanding products.

Diet Gifts  


Blackberry Patch:
No Sugar Added & Sugar-Free

Syrups don’t have to be laden with sugar to taste great. Blackberry Patch makes both Sugar-Free and No Sugar Added syrups that taste as good as their sugared versions. Choose between sugar-free Roasted Pecan and Maple Praline or no sugar added Blackberry, Blueberry and Raspberry syrups. We use them at THE NIBBLE for our pancake and waffle tastings.

  • Blackberry Patch Syrups
    12 Ounces
    Cases Of 12


Photo by Emily Chang | The Nibble.



Harney & Sons:
Mother’s Bouquet Herbal Blend

Harney & Sons have created a tea in honor of all mothers: Mother’s Bouquet. It’s a blend of chamomile flowers, rosebuds, cornflowers and orange peel, infused with citrus flavor, which creates a surprisingly refreshing caffeine-free cup of tea. As you can see from the tea bag in the photo, it’s a very pretty tea as well.

  • Harney & Sons
    3 Sachets In Tagalong Tin
    20 Sachets In Tin (photo at

Many other Mother’s Day tea gifts are available on the website.


Photo courtesy Harney & Sons.




Mother-In-Law’s Kimchi:

Kimchi are Korean pickled vegetables, and there are as many varieties as there are Western pickles. In Korean custom, the bride learns to make kimchi from her mother-in-law, so that served the most delicious dishes for the bridegroom so that he could become acquainted with the bride’s culinary skills. Founder Lauryn Chun has recreated the recipe from her mother’s restaurant, Jang Mo Gip (the name translates to “Mother-In-Law’s House”), in Garden Grove, California. It rocks! Extremely low in calories and very healthy, it’s a great gift for your mother-in-law (be sure to get lots for yourself).

  • Kimchi
    Two 16-Ounce Jars Napa
    Cabbage, Daikon Radish (Or
    One Of Each)


Photo by Jerry Deutsch | THE NIBBLE.




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