Pantry Box from Eat Feed Love Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 2016
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The Subscription Box: The Pantry Taste Club from Eat Feed Love
The Cost: $45.00 per box + free US shipping
COUPON: Save 50% off your first month with code mysubscriptionaddiction!
The Products: Full size artisan products from all over the world
Ships to: There are many countries in the drop down to enter your address, so if you are interested in this box, I would suggest emailing the company to see if they ship to your country!
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The theme this month was “April showers brings May flowers,” and they stuck to that theme really well!
As regular readers know, I use simple syrup, usually lavender, in my tea and coffee every morning. This was a win for me! The scent of this syrup is a bit more flowery than the one that I make, but the taste was not flowery to me. I really enjoyed this! Eat.Feed.Love always includes recipes to use the items they send, and for this they included a lavender lemonade and a lavender bread pudding recipe!
Rose Water by Nielsen Massey – $10.00
I have wanted rose water for a very long time – and just never pulled the trigger. I am so excited to use this! I want to add it to my roasted strawberry compote first! Eat.Feed.Love included a recipe for rosewater marshmallows, which also sounds delicious! I popped this open to smell it, and if a scent can be gorgeous – this was gorgeous smelling!
I really enjoyed this jam. Eat.Feed.Love. recommends eating it with cheese, and I think that’s an excellent suggestion. I especially think it would be delicious on baked brie! The herb and fruit play really well together. They also recommend it on salmon and chicken, which also sounds like it would be good!
I made a lavender iced coffee, with this caramel drizzled on top – it was an excellent decision, and absolutely delicious! I think this would also be great on my favorite buttermilk berry cake – I usually make some lavender infused whipped cream to go on top, and this would be a nice, decadent extra!
I made a tea latte with this, some cream, and the rose sugar I got in this box in February. It was delicious! I really loved the addition of the vanilla in the tea – it helped to cut some of the “I’m drinking a flower” feeling. I would definitely purchase this and rotate it with my usual English Breakfast Tea!
Is there any better flavor for spring than lemon? I don’t think so! Meyer lemons are delicious and sweet, and so are these cookies…I love them. They’re perfectly thin and crunchy, just the right thing to eat while you’re having a cup of tea!
Verdict: I loved this box from Eat.Feed.Love, but who am I kidding? I love all the boxes I receive from Eat.Feed.Love. I also love that they donate a portion of their proceeds each month to charity – this month it’s City Harvest – a company that helps feed the 1.4 million New Yorkers facing hunger each day.
The value of this box is about $39.00. I’ve found that food boxes are generally a little less than you pay for them, so I’m not disappointed in a $39.00 box. I loved everything in the box though, so that probably helps. I think this box definitely stuck to their theme, and was perfect for this season. Have you tried any of the Eat.Feed.Love boxes yet?