Hamptons Lane October 2015 Review + Coupon
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Hamptons Lane provides the food lover with the tools they need to enhance their culinary experience as chef, entertainer, and eater. By carefully sourcing the best ingredients, kitchen tools, serveware, and local artisan foods they help chefs everywhere expand their culinary horizons, all for a great price. Hamptons Lane is $47.00 a month but you can save $10.00 on your first box by clicking HERE and use the code SUBBOXMOM10.
One of the best things about this box is the freedom to skip the month’s you want (You have until the 5th of the month). You log into your account at the first of the month and you will see what your box will look like. You can choose to skip or do nothing and keep the box.
What’s in the box? Each month, their team of experts curates amazing kitchen products together with artisan foods & ingredients into a themed box, like the Must-Haves of Cucina Mexicana or The Best in BBQ.
Can I skip? Yes, on the first of the month you will get a peek at that month’s box and you can decide if you want the box, or if you want to skip.
This month’s theme is Coastal Seafood Boil.
Everything came in a huge brown box this month. I had no idea what was inside.
There is a colorful booklet with recipes as well as everything in the box.
There were two recipes in the box: South of the Border Crab Boil, Salty Fried Oysters with Chipotle Aioli and Lobster Mac & Cheese.
Hampton’s Lane Bamboo Skimmer: This skimmer is made by Hamptons Lane and is used to get out the seafood boil from the pot. I really want one of Ree Drummond’s new big pots, and this would work nicely with it.
Norpro 801 Stainless Steel Seafood Forks/Picks, Silver, Set of 4 $5.24 If you have ever tried to get the last bit of crab or lobster out of the shell, you will know how useful these are to a seafood box.
Hamptons Lane Lobster Claw Seafood Crackers These are cute and useful. These are made of enameled cast-aluminum, so these will crack any shell.
Spiceologist Black Magic Cajun Seasoning $11.95 This is a mix of sweet paprika, spicy cayenne, herbs and garlic. You can use this for a variety of meets. While this is a seafood box, I will most likely use this on beef.
Terrapin Ridge Farms Chipotle Aioli $7.50 This aioli is a mix of spices and chipotle peppers. This is natural, gluten-free sauce that can be used in a variety of dishes. You can also use this as a dipping sauce for onion rings and chips.
Back Forty Beer Company Beer Vinegar $8.00 This contains an award-winning honey brown ale from Truck Stop. My husband loves malt vinegar but I never buy it. I think we need a seafood night and I will surprise him with this.
Gullah Gourmet Crab Boil Seasoning $8,95 This seasoning can be used for boiling a variety of seafood, like crabs, shrimp lobster or crawfish.
The back of the bag has shrimp and crab boilin’ lessons
Final Thought: This was a well curated box, Even though I don’t eat much seafood, I am really inspired to make a seafood boil. The lobster crackers are really cute and will be useful. One great thing about Hamptons Lane, is you can skip any month you want. To try Hamptons Lane, use this link with the code SUBBOXMOM10.
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