Hopefully, you find each visit to The Yum-Yum somewhat like a gift to yourself. Well, how about treating others to that Yum-Yum spirit by giving them a gift from the shop? There is quite a varied selection – and several even come from our guests! See below for some great ideas….
Items in our shop may change from time to time. Please call or visit to see our most current offering.
~ Gift certificates – give one to friends or family to use at their leisure for any of our food & drink choices. Our gift certificates never expire.
~ Fork Shoals Note Cards by Barbara C. Williams – a local artist has drawn detailed pen-and-ink sketches of area spots of interest…including churches, barns, mill houses, and more. Some are whimsical, all are striking and depict the Fork Shoals community now and long ago. Great for children and adults alike for communiqués or keepsakes. Each card & envelope are only $1.00.
~ Clemson Tough – Guts and Glory Under Dabo Swinney book by award-winning sportswriter Larry Williams. Pick up your copy today & feel the contagious Tiger spirit! Only $21 each.
~ He Touched Me… by local author David B. Hathcock. You will be enlightened and inspired. His book is on special sale for a limited time now at $5.
~ Fork Shoals book – A pictorial account of the past 200+ years. Authors are local residents. Only $20 each.
And for free…or for just thumbing through while relaxing at our cafe:
~ Cedar Falls Park map & brochure – Ed Moorer, a local resident & bird enthusiast, helped create this complimentary guide to the nearby nature park along the Reedy River. It includes a list of the various feathered friends residing in the park, a map of the trails & features (historical & otherwise), and an interesting summary about this 95 acre gem. Enhance your enjoyment of this park-for-all-ages by picking up a colorful brochure at The Yum-Yum, the only place where it is available.
~ Oh Lordy! An historical treasure for our shop! Local author, Elinor Mowbray, has given us this fascinating book about Upstate South Carolinians during the Civil War. It is a compilation of letters and personal accounts from one family’s involvement (some of whom might be your ancestors!) during this time of turmoil. It is entertaining as well as informative and you won’t want to pass up looking through it while you linger at our mill house café. Heartfelt thanks to Elinor for adding this charm to our little place.