Oh happy day, Noshers! How have your days been lately? The weather here in KC has been gorgeous lately – up to the high-70s recently, and I’ve certainly been taking advantage of that! Today, I’m happy to share my experiences with some amaaazing tea products I sampled from UncommonGoods. Yum! I’m a huge tea aficionado, so when I learned of this opportunity, I was super excited :). Continue Reading
Happy Tuesday, Noshers! It’s a gorgeous but chilly day here in NYC, and hopefully this post will warm your day up a bit! Recently, NatureBox reached out to me to see if I’d be interested in sampling their fall snacks. I had heard of NatureBox before, but hadn’t tried it – however, it combined two of my favorite things: non-bills mail and snacks. So in the name of blogging (okay okay, in the name of I-heart-snacking), I said YES.
For those not familiar with NatureBox, it’s a pretty convenient snack subscription service that delivers a box of healthier, wholesome snacks each month. There is a wide variety to choose from, and many of their options are a fun twist on traditional favorites, such as chili lime pistachios, kung pao pretzels, and salted caramel pretzel pops (omg I SO want to try those!!). There is also a rotating selection of seasonal favorites – and that’s what I got to sample.
I was super excited to see a pretty sizable box arrive in the mail, filled with five full-sized packages of snacks – I eagerly opened up the packaging to see what snacks I got (as a subscriber, you can either choose your snacks or have them surprise you). See for yourself: Continue Reading
As you likely know by now, I had a simply FABULOUS time at the New York City Wine & Food Festival, especially as a Progresso Artisan Ambassador. (Check out my recap here). Today I’m sharing my experience sampling the actual Progresso Artisan soups – there are five varieties so far, and I heard from my Progresso sources that there may be more in the works. (My vote: mushroom bisque, mushroom bisque!). The soups are great for those weeknights where I come home late and just need to spend some quality time on the couch – I know I’m not the only one, right?? I just heat them on the stove for a few minutes and they are good to go. You have to give me credit for using the stovetop instead of my microwave – I’m classy like that.
Aaaaanyway, on to the soups!
The first variety I sampled was the Smoky White Bean and Winter Vegetable: Continue Reading
I was recently invited to try a free cup of soup courtesy of The Original Soupman. As it was a sponsored meal (a rare occurrence – this was my second freebie), I’m not giving a rating – you can see my sponsored meal policy here. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get started, shall we?