Thursday, March 26, 2009

Foods That Make My Mouth Water

One of the great things about being a product reviewer is that I get to try out some really tasty foods! Following are two especially scrumptious products I’ve been fortunate enough to try.

Coombs Family Farms Maple Products


There’s nothing better on pancakes or waffles than real maple syrup. For seven generations (since 1840!), Coombs Family Farms has been making 100% pure maple syrup. And since 1988, they’ve been making certified organic maple syrup! Their products are simply amazing. Besides syrup, they also sell pure maple sugar (to use as a sweetener), pancake mix, and maple candy! I had a piece of the candy and it melted in my mouth. I encourage you to visit their website at www.coombsfamilyfarms.com. They have delicious recipes, information on how they work with small family farmers and are environmentally conscious, an explanation of how maple syrup is graded, the company’s history, and even an “e-letter” that you can sign up for. Compare the taste of their syrups to your usual maple-flavored corn syrup, and you’ll never want anything but real maple syrup again!

Ciao Bella Gelato and Sorbet Single-Serve Cups


Ciao Bella has been selling ultra-premium ice cream and sorbet in pints for a while, but they’ve just come out with single-serve cups that are terrific for a quick portion-controlled treat or to give to the kids. The first two flavors to come out are blood orange sorbet and pistachio gelato. I have to tell you that the blood orange sorbet is awesome! It is so tart and flavorful. I absolutely loved it. The pistachio gelato was very good, as well. Best of all, their sorbet, besides being delicious, is fat-free, cholesterol-free and made with real fruit, with no artificial ingredients or colors. So, it’s now my new “guilt-free” indulgence! (And I love the adorable little spoon that’s under the lid!) Visit www.CiaoBellaGelato.com for more information.



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