Thursday, August 22, 2013

August Love With Food Review + 10$ coupon

I have been really loving Love With Food (referral link) lately. For their summer boxes, I think all of them have been a hit so far (this one was good too).  Love with food is a gourmet snack subscription box that has been around for awhile, well as far as subscription boxes go.  It is $12 a month, but the price goes down when you buy longer plans. This box is special because they donate a meal with every box, so that should make you feel awesome.  Every month has it's own theme and the past couple of boxes have been summer themed. This one was Backyard BBQ.

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 Look at dat angelic glow (aka light from the window).
El Pinto Medium All Natural Salsa ($0.75)- This was really awesome. I had a late night craving for salsa and this satisfied it completely..  It tasted really natural and better than most salsas I've had.  But I am pretty sure some people would find this too spicy.  I didn't think it was at all,  but I am used to spiciness at most levels.  My guess is that some subscribers aren't exactly used to a lot of spiciness.  But I loved it.

Lightly Salted Snapea Crisps ($0.75)- These were kinda like pea flavored cheetos, except they were mostly pea, and not some deep fried puff thing. I thought it was pretty good, but it didn't taste that much like peas.

Rip van Wafels Caramel Filled Waffle Cookie ($1.50)- This was also very good.  I love caramel, so I got excited at the mere sight of it.  There are very similar (almost the exact same) things at Costco, but there are like a million and they come in stacks.  
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Aunt Sally's Original Creamy Praline ($2.50)- This was so tasty! It was super delicate for a praline, hence the creaminess, and it tasted very caramelly.  I kinda wish there were more pecans but I kind of don't since it might take away from the creaminess.

Project 7 Mints ($1)- I really like the test tube packaging on this.  As for the mints, they are pretty good.  I just wish they were a bit stronger, but that's just me. And the cause for this is cool, it's a donation in a donation!

Dizzy Pig Tsunami Spin BBQ Seasoning ($1)- I had this on some asian chicken and noodles and it was delicious.  It added a big peppery kick to it, which was really nice. 
Awesome info card with picture

Sahale Snacks Fruit and Almond Crunchers ($1)- I really like Sahale Snacks. Mixed nuts usually aren't my thing, but these had some really nice flavors like sesame, cranberry, and honey.

BOPS Sea Salt Potato Crisp ($1)- I was pleasantly surprised with this. They were like your standard potato crisps, just a bit fluffier, and they actually tasted like potato (and they were healthier).  They weirdly enough reminded me of french fries. 

The total value of this box was about $10.  This is actually pretty great for this box and I liked all the products. I am not sure how a lot of them fit with the theme though. With the exception of the barbecue rub, I think this would be more of a picnic theme. But whatever, it was still awesome.
Verdict: This was a great box. 

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