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(NECN) - The holiday shopping season is about to kick into high gear. Joining Good Morning Live on Tuesday with some thoughtful, affordable and quintessentially New England gift ideas is Annie Copps Annie is the food editor of Yankee Magazine. 1. Heady blends of rooibos and Ceylon teas with a touch of vanilla and caramel. From $2.50/5-bag pouch, $12.50/24-bag tin, humorous quotes included, collected and marketed by Bag Ladies Tea of Allston, MA. 617-254-3336; <a href="http://www.bagladiestea.com" target="_blank">www.bagladiestea.com</a> 2. Sodas sweetened with Vermont honey ($31.20/case of 24). Brewed in Middlebury by Pop Soda of Moretown, VT. 802-244-8008; <a href="http://www.popsodavt.com" target="_blank">www.popsodavt.com</a> 3. Simply great pickles ($6.29/pint), with profits benefiting historic-preservation projects. Made by Root Cellar Preserves of Wellesley, MA. <a href="http://www.rootcellarpreserves.com" target="_blank">www.rootcellarpreserves.com</a> 4. Sugar blends (from $7.50/5oz), salt mixes (from $7/1.2oz), spices, and condiments to awaken whatever you're cooking. From Didi Davis Food of Ipswich, MA. 978-502-5021; <a href="http://www.dididavisfood.com" target="_blank">www.dididavisfood.com</a> 5. Sample this line of more than two dozen beverage mixes ($10/quart) invented on Nantucket Island, where they know from a good cocktail. Made by Stirrings of Fall River, MA. 508-324-9800; <a href="http://www.stirrings.com" target="_blank">www.stirrings.com</a> 6. Organic coffee beans ($9.95/12oz bag) roasted in small batches using a vintage wood-burning Italian machine. From Matt's of Pownal, ME. 207-660-3333; <a href="http://www.mattscoffee.com" target="_blank">www.mattscoffee.com</a> 7. There's butter, and then there's butter ($4.50/8oz)-your muffins have never had it so good. Made by Vermont Butter & Cheese Company of Websterville, VT. 800-884-6287, 802-479-9371; <a href="http://www.butterandcheese.net" target="_blank">www.butterandcheese.net</a> 8. They hooked us in with their whoopie pies (from $28.70/6) and then we fell for whimsical shortbreads in sand-dollar (from $32/36) and lobster (from $28.70/6) shapes. Baked by Cranberry Island Kitchen of Cumberland, ME. 207-829-5200; <a href="http://www.cranberryislandkitchen.com" target="_blank">www.cranberryislandkitchen.com</a> 9. Spread the joy and the fruit-in 16 flavors from green tomato to fig to "hot" peach ($2.85/2oz jar, $6.75/9oz jar)-made by Deborah's Kitchen of Littleton, MA. 617-216-9908; <a href="http://www.deborahskitchen.com" target="_blank">www.deborahskitchen.com</a> 10. Made in the traditional méthode champenoise, Westport's sparkling wines challenge any French vintner to surpass what the Russell family does in southeastern Massachusetts. $22.99 and up, from Westport Rivers Vineyard & Winery of Westport, MA. 800-993-9695; <a href="http://www.westportrivers.com" target="_blank">www.westportrivers.com</a> 11. These molasses-and-clove cookies will have Santa's reindeer dancing, too. $19.95/18, made from scratch by Dancing Deer Baking Company of Roxbury, MA. 888-699-3337, <a href="http://www.dancingdeer.com" target="_blank">www.dancingdeer.com</a> _____________________________________