Hamptons Lane March 2016 Review + $10.00 Coupon
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Hamptons Lane's theme for March is “Crepes”. I have never made crepes, but I am pretty inspired after checking out this box.
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.
Hamptons Lane shipping in a big brown box.
First Look. Plenty of bubble wrap and packaging was used to prevent anything from being broken.
The theme for this month is “Crepes”.
The information booklet lists recipes for all the products in your box.
Hamptons Lane French Style CrÃªpe Mix by Bear Branch Milling Co., Ash, North Carolina $8.00 This mix was developed by a husband and wife team developed this mix to make great crepes. To make the crepes, just add water, milk, eggs and butter.
Award-winning Orange Saffron Cardamom Marmalade by Eat This,Erwinna, Pennsylvania $12.00 This marmalade is made from scratch and free from preservatives and artificial flavors. I can't wait to open this and try it.
Here is a look inside the jar. Doesn't it look yummy?
Handmade Dark Chocolate Caramel Sauce by CC Made, Berkeley, California I have had this chocolate caramel sauce in a previous subscription box and it was really good. This is made with Guittard cocoa and goes great on a warm brownie, and crepes of course.
Authentic Herbes de Provence by The Spice House, Chicago, Illinois $5.00 This is a French herb blend of rosemary, French thyme, tarragon, basil, savory, cracked fennel, lavender, marjoram, oregano, dill and chervil. Hamptons Lane uses this with a California Style Crepe.
Wooden CrÃªpe Spreader by Berndes, Lima, Ohio $13.00 You use this wooded spreader makes your crepes super thin.
French Blue Steel CrÃªpe Pan by De Buyer, Vosges, France $25.00 My favorite part of Hamptons Lane is getting stuff for my kitchen. This pan is made with blue carbon steel and is designed to make the perfect crepe. Just treat this like a cast iron skill.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $70.00. I love crepes but have never been brave enough to try it. I am going to pick a Sunday morning and try to make these for my family. If you love cooking, Hamptons Lane is a great box to get kitchen tools and yummy foods. To try Hampton's Lane, use this link with the code SUBBOXMOM10 and you will save $10.00 on you 1st box.
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