Hamptons Lane September 2015 Review + Coupon + October 2015 Spoilers
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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 French Kitchen Essentials.
Hamptons Lane ships in a bright blue box.
First Look. The ratatouille on the cover looks amazing.
Every box comes with an information booklets with a content list, and recipes for items in the box.
There was a detailed information list of the items in the box.
There were several different recipes included, my favorite recipe is the ratatouille. We are big Disney fans, so maybe I can use the Disney angle to get my kids to try it.
Peugeot 23461 Paris U’Select 7-Inch Pepper Mill, Chocolate $39.95 This is officially the nicest peppermill I own now. This pepppermill has 6 different grind settings (ranging from ultra fine to coarse). The peppermill cracks the peppercorns before grinding, so you will get the best pepper.
La Moutarderie Fallot Moutarde de Dijon $7.10 The seeds for the mustard comes from an area near Dijon, then ground in a traditional stone mill, then pared with grape juice. While I don’t like mustard by itself, I use it in different cooking dishes.
North Bay Trading Company French Green Lentils $4.27 These French Green Lentils are described as having “rich, earthy flavor and heart texture”. You can use these in the French Lentil Salad on the Hamptons Lane website.
Vintage Style French Torchons from Hamptons Lane $15.00 Torchons are tea towels and these classic looking towels are super soft and can be used to serve dishes or drying them. There is also a little loop on each towel.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $75.82, which is a great value. What I love about Hamptons Lane is how they create a whole box with food and kitchen essentials that are useful, but may not be something you have. I love the gourmet feel to Hamtons Lane. It’s a great box for seasoned chefs or newbies. To try Hamptons Lane, use this link with the code SUBBOXMOM10.
The theme for October 2015 is “Coastal Seafood Boil”. Check out the full spoilers here.
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