Hamptons Lane April 2016 Review + $10 Coupon
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Hamptons Lane’s theme for April is “Pizza”. Pizza is one of our family’s favorite foods, even my 4 year old eats it.
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 shipped in a huge brown box by priority mail.
The information card is built in the monthly guide, which also contains recipes.
There were pictures and descriptions of all the products in the box. There was also a recipe for pizza dough.
Pizza Peel from Epicurean, Duluth, Minnesota $30.00 You use this to transfer the pizza to a hot stone or the oven rack. There is an angled edge on the front, to make it easier to slide the pizza on. This is coated with a special material, so you can keep your hot pizza on the peel, once you pull it out of the oven.
Pizza Cutter from Epicurean, Duluth, Minnesota $20.00 This is made with 100% wood fiber and is made to cute the pizza, not your hand. I can’t tell you how many kitchen tools I have cut my self on.
All-natural Pizza Sauce from Scarpetta, Lynn, Massachusetts $10.00 When we make pizza, we make our own sauce too, but this looks great. This has low acidity (which my husband will enjoy) and gluten free. The sauce is made with tomatoes, olive oil, oregano, salt and black pepper. The sauce is packed in this plastic container, which is microwavable, freezable and reusable.
Tipo 00 Flour from Antimo Caputo, Naples, Italy $7.00 This flour is touted as “the world’s best pizza flour”. This has been finely milled high-protein flour. There has been no additional gluten added. My husband makes the most amazing pizza dough, but we generally use regular flour. I am excited to checkout this brand.
Active Dry Yeast from Red Star, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2.50 The packaging is very plain, but this is great yeast. This Red Star dry yeast is the same brand we use in our dough!
Custom Italian Seasoning from Raw Spice Bar, Los Angeles, California $7.00 Our own sauce a huge blend of spices, but it take some time to make. This has garlic, sun dried tomato, onion, oregano, basil, cayenne pepper, fennel, rosemary, thyme and other spices.
Final Thought; This box had a total value of $76.50. I absolutely loved this month’s theme and it was filled with items we will use frequently. What I really like about Hamptons Lane is you know everything in the box before you get it. If you aren’t into the theme that month, just skip! 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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