Martha Stewart Gift Baskets

New this year from Martha Stewart and 1-800-Flowers.com is a series of gift baskets, cookies and food trays for the Martha fan on your list. Three gift basket combinations, two snack platters and a tin of bakery-fresh cookies make up the new Martha Stewart line. The tin of twenty cookies comes with recipe cards for each of the varieties and the Martha Stewart's Cookies book. The cookies come in a blue tin emblazoned with the Martha Stewart logo. Prices for the new food gift line range between $50 and $109.

Ever want to escape to Skylands, Martha's house in Maine, and have a leisurely breakfast overlooking Seal Harbor? Of course we have. This may be the next best thing. The Martha Stewart Breakfast in Maine Gift Basket contains buttermilk pancake mix, maple syrup, scone mix, cinamon bun mix and wild blueberry Maine jam in a woven Nantucket hamper. All of the food was made by Stonewall Kitchen, Maine's leading producer of specialty and gourmet foods.

Another gift basket celebrates the afternoon tea ritual with all the trimmings. The Martha Stewart Afternoon Tea Gift Basket also comes in the Nantucket hamper but contains earl gray shortbread biscotti, a tin of assorted pastillines, a jar of white clover honey, plum butter, Eastate Tea (Golden Assam and Lovers Leap), rock candy stir sticks, traditional scone mix and almond French twists. This artisanal all-American cheese sampler arrives in a Nantucket woven basket tray with an assortment of American snacking cheeses, handmade crackers, and a lush fig preserve. The tray includes blue cheese, old cheddar, Gran Queso, Beecher's handmade crackers and Dalmatia fig spread. A deluxe edition also includes dry Jack cheese, goat cheese, and an assortment of nuts.

The Martha Stewart Sweet and Savory Snack Tray also comes in the woven Nantucket tray and a nice mix of treats. It includes trail mix, candy-sweet berries, cheese crisps, dark chocolate almonds, mixed dried fruits and pistachios. A deluxe edition includes cashews, espresso medley, gummy bears, hot and spicy nut mix and jumbo dried pears. Visit 1800flowers.com/marthastewart for more information.

1 comment:

Carolyn said...

LOVE them!