February 2015 The Pantry Gourmets Bitebox Review
Disclosure: This box was received free for review
The Pantry Gourmets Bitebox is a nice artisan food subscription. Each box is $50.00/month, and you will get 4-5 gourmet treats. In addition to great tasting treats, you will get several recipe cards based on the items in your box. When you sign up, your first box will come with a wooden recipe box, to store all your recipe cards. If you want to see what the recipe box looks like, click HERE to read my first review.
Cost: $50.00 month
Coupon: Use the coupon forme to get $10.00 off your first box.
What’s in the box: A monthly membership, providing top American Artisan products, hand picked from passionate producers across the USA. You will get 4-6 items in each box. You will also get Professional Chef derived delicious recipes that showcase the flavors of those items. Once you join we will send you a treasure box, or recipe box depending on how you view it, that will house your recipes each month nicely.
Shipping: Shipping is free and the box ships to the United States and it’s territories. BiteBox ships by UPS.
When do you ship? BiteBox ships the 20th of the month. You can normally expect delivery of your Bitebox within 5-7 days of shipping.
When am I billed? Your billing cycle begins the day you place your first order. After that, you will be billed on the anniversary of your sign up date each month. For example, if you purchase your membership on May 10th, you will be billed the 10th of every month.
How do I cancel? You can cancel from your account
The Pantry Gourmets ships by FedEx and the box is always really heavy.
The theme for February is Sweet and Spicy.
Inside the information booklet is a list of all the item in the box and a detailed description about each company.
Tumbador Chocolates dulce de chile chocolate: $3.33 This chocolate is amazing! The milk chocolate is so rich, and it has a slight crunch to it. It will be hard to not to eat the entire thing.
A&B American Style Pepper Sauce $6.00 This is made with Red Fresno Chili Peppers and doesn’t have any sugar or artificial preservatives. This looks like a great pepper sauce and I am going to try it with a chicken recipe I use. This is recommended to be used on oysters, shrimp, eggs and burgers.
Dude, Sweet Chocolate Break Up Potion Chocolate Sauce $9.00 Chocolate sauce can be used for so many things. This one is made with bourbon and agave.
Wild Friends Nut Butters Honey Sunflower Butter This is a peanut butter like substance, but made with sunflowers. This is completly nut free, so even my 5 year old can eat this. He has never had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, so I am going to make him one with this. This is also organic, kosher, dairy free.
The Jam Stand: Youâ€™re My Boy Blueberry Bourbon Jam $10.00 We have had The Jam Stand products before, and my husband has enjoyed them. My husband loves jams and jellies. He is going to take this to work for lunch. This is made with blueberries, bourbon and vanilla.
Fire Roasted Jalapenos: $6.95 While I love spicy food, I am not particularly fond of jalapenos. These are roasted and marinated in soy sauce, lime juice and other spices. i am going to probably give this to someone who would love it.
Everything always comes in a reusable red bag. These bags are great for grocery trips.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $44.27. There were no recipe cards included in this months box. This is a major disappointment for me, because I use them to figure out what I am going to make with the ingredients. I am not a fabulous cook, so the recipes made it easier. I am going to reach out to them and see if these were left out by mistake or if they have made a change. I hope if they don’t include them in the future, that they lower the price point a bit. I did enjoy the various food items in the box. I won’t eat the jalapenos, but the rest looks great. If you want to try BiteBox, click HERE and use the code forme to save $10.00.
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