Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Degustabox Subscription Box Review - December 2016 & $10 Off



Degustabox December Box


This is a review of a monthly subscription box called Degustabox. Your first box is $10 off, which is 50% off their monthly charge of $19.99. It includes ten to fifteen full sized surprise food products each month for less than their retail price. I decided to give it a try since it was 50% off. Each item in this box would cost me only $1.81 each normally, but with my discount they only cost $.90! So how could I pass that up! The retail value for this box is $46.71!  That's a really good value! They also offer points for reviewing the products you have received which you can use towards a free box. Included in my December box were the following products:
  1. Kala Beans - $3.99 retail value
  2. Wise - Popcorn, $3.39 retail value
  3. Nabisco - Good Thins, $3.69 retail value
  4. Pillsbury - Purely Simply Frosting Mix, $1.99 retail value
  5. Pillsbury - Purely Simply Cake & Cupcake Mix, $3.29 retail value
  6. Ricola - Herbal Immunity Honey Herb Supplement Lozenges, $13.99 retail value
  7. Nabisco - Chips Ahoy! Thins in Cinnamon Sugar, $3.79 retail value
  8. Loacker Gran Patisserie - Noir Orange, made in Italy, $3.05 retail value
  9. Loacker Gran Patisserie - Coconut, $3.05 retail value
  10. Smuckers - Fruit & Honey Fruit Spread in Grape, $3.49 retail value
  11. Urbane Grain - Three Minute Meal, $2.99 retail value
We tried the popcorn first. Hubby & I both enjoyed it, but I prefer a healthier brand. My current favorite is Lesser Evil Budda Bowl Organic Himalayan Pink Popcorn. The Good Thins while they claim they have no artificial color or flavors, no hydrogenated oil and no high fructose corn syrup, they do contain sugar! For that reason I wouldn't purchase them, they are tasty though. My favorite wheat crackers are from Back to Nature. The cake and frosting mix came just in time for me to bake Hubby a birthday cake and they happen to be in his favorite flavor chocolate! I'll be baking that tomorrow. I like how it doesn't have any food coloring, preservatives or artificial colors. I've bought Ricola before when Hubby was sick. I like how they have vitamins in them and they sooth the throat. I had not tried fava beans before. I gave them a try and I don't care for them. They have too earthy a flavor for me, but they do have a lot of fiber in them. My favorite jam is from Bonne Maman and I'm pretty brand loyal, so I'm not crazy about trying the Smuckers version. Nor do I eat grape jam, I prefer strawberry, raspberry or orange. I haven't purchased Chips Ahoy! in a very long time. I prefer baking my own cookies fresh. I enjoy chocolate european cookies, so we look forward to trying the Loacker ones. I'll open them when we have a sweet tooth. I haven't tried the three minute meal yet, but plan to do so for lunch soon. I don't plan to continue my subscription since a lot of the products contain sugar and I only occasionally purchase products with sugar in them. It was a fun box to try though. I would recommend it, if you aren't on a sugar free diet or you're having company over that loves sweets. What's your favorite subscription box?

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Blue Apron 13th Delivery Review


Seared Barramundi with Collard Greens, Fregola Sarda & Shallot Agrodolce


Ingredients


Masala Spiced Chicken with Kale & Lime Rice


Ingredients (click on photos to enlarge)


Seared Steaks with Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Sautéed Broccoli


Ingredients


This is the review of our 13th shipment from a weekly food subscription service called Blue Apron. This week we gave two recipes four out of five stars and one recipe two stars. Calories ranged from 520 to 770 and preparation time ranged from thirty-five to forty-five minutes. 

Seared Barramundi with Collard Greens, Fregola Sarda & Shallot Agrodolce

I was really excited to try this recipe since I've never had Barramundi fish before. Look at it's photo above prior to cooking, it's skin is so beautiful and colorful. We gave this recipe four out of five stars. The fish was very tasty and the topping made with golden raisins, shallot, honey, vinegar and red pepper was a perfect compliment. Actual preparation time was forty-five minutes and the recipe indicated thirty-five to forty-five minutes. Calories came in at only 520 yet it was a filling portion.  

Masala Spiced Chicken with Kale & Lime Rice

I'm happy to report that the chicken breasts were of a good size since a year ago Blue Apron's portions kept getting smaller and we cancelled. We gave this recipe four out of five stars. The masala spice blend was a tasty combination which included sweet paprika, coriander, turmeric, cumin, cardamon, cayenne pepper and nutmeg. The sauce and jasmine rice were also delicious. The actual preparation time was fifty minutes and the recipe indicated thirty-five to forty-five minutes. Calories came in at 770 and it was a generous portion.

Seared Steaks with Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Sautéed Broccoli

We gave this recipe only two out of five stars. The steak was inedible since it was too tough. We did not like lemon zest on the broccoli. They only provided one potato for two people which was half a portion. Sure it comes in at only 520 calories, but to stay full long enough it should be one potato per person not half a potato! It took Hubby forty minutes to prepare and the recipe indicated thirty-five to forty-five minutes. 

Two out of three recipes were enjoyed. We are hoping our next shipment will be better. We are expecting our next shipment in two weeks. Have you tried Blue Apron yet? Check out my Blue Apron Pinterest Board to see photos of all the recipes we have made so far! Don't forget to enter my latest giveaway, right now it's a Blue Apron Meal Kit. My current favorite food subscription box is Sun Basket, what's yours?

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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Cin Cin Burger Bar Restaurant Review - Winston Salem, NC


1425 West First Street
Winston Salem, NC  27101
(336) 999-8413


Interior View


Plain Jane Salad (click on photos to enlarge)


Burger Creation with Flapper Fries - $14 ($9 + $1 Brioche Bread + $1 Cherrywood Bacon + $1 Gruyere Cheese + $1 Mushrooms + $1 Caramelized Onions) 


Flapper Chicken & Waffles - $11


This is a review for a new restaurant called Cin Cin Burger Bar located in downtown Winston Salem, North Carolina. Hubby & I visited on Black Friday around 2:30 pm. They offer free parking on the right side of the restaurant. The restaurant is located right next to West First Street only a sidewalk separates it. When we entered the restaurant we were immediately greeted at the reception area by a greeter and taken to a booth. On the way we had to stop and wait for a waiter to get by in the hallway and then we had to wait for a busboy to get out of the way so that we could make our way to the table. The greeter had to ask him to move so that we could get by. Normally, restaurant staff gives way to customers, so that was a red flag. We found it annoying and unwelcoming. The retro decor is lovely and they have many booths.

While deciding what to order we were greeted by a friendly waitress who blamed her lateness on it being busy which it was not. It was 2:30 pm not the busy lunch hour several hours prior! There were several empty tables, so it wasn't a believable excuse. She brought out our beverages shorty thereafter and we placed our order. I decided to try the Flapper Chicken & Waffles. It's described as "dry rubbed fried chicken strips on a Belgium waffle with powdered sugar and maple syrup". Hubby ordered a Creation Burger with Flapper Fries. He chose an angus beef burger on brioche bread with arugula, tomato, gruyere cheese, caramelized onions, cherrywood bacon and mushrooms. Creation Burgers start at $9. The bread and most toppings are an additional dollar each, so his burger landed up costing a whopping $14! Charging for bread is so odd, certainly the bun should be included in the cost of a burger! My entree cost $11 and it included a Plain Jane Salad or a Caesar Salad. I ordered the Plain Jane Salad with Thai Chili Vinaigrette dressing on the side. It took twenty minutes for my salad to show up and she brought a Caesar Salad with dressing on it rather than the Plain Jane Salad I ordered with dressing on the side. So I waited again for her to return with the correct salad. I didn't care for the Thai Chili Vinaigrette, but the salad itself was very tasty especially since I waited so long and I was overly hungry. Eight minutes later our entrees arrived, that's thirty-five minutes after we arrived, a very long wait indeed!  I'm really surprised we waited that long for food, normally we would have walked. We really wanted to give this new restaurant a try and we were hoping for a good experience. Unfortunately, the unpleasant experience continued. My husband asked for his burger to be cooked medium and when he cut into the burger it was raw inside and cool to the touch! Wow, shocking especially after such a long wait! It was seared on the outside, but cool and raw in the inside. He told the waitress and she acted quite awkward about the situation and asked him to hand the burger to her! She then realized that wasn't a good idea and said "hold on" and came back with a carry out box. She placed the burger in the carry out box and then returned it to the kitchen. How bizarre. I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes! Several minutes later someone else brought out a plate with another burger and fries and the second burger while not raw was cooked rare not medium. We were in total disbelief they couldn't get it right the second time. The fries were tasty yet not plentiful and the burger was cooked without salt or pepper and it was quite bland. My fried chicken was also not plentiful and it had too much batter which was very greasy. My entree was brought out with the syrup already poured all over the chicken and waffle which I found to be so odd. I've never ever in my entire life been to a restaurant that pours the syrup on your pancakes or waffles for you, it's always on the side. The syrup softened the crispy batter which I did not appreciate. The waffle was ok, but it was not brought out hot, it was just warm and it was cold before I was done eating. Getting our bill was another long, agonizing wait. After asking for it, she passed our table four times prior to bringing it to our table. She even had the nerve to ask the table of four next to us that had separate bills to share two pens. Certainly, they had more pens in the restaurant! She was very loud, so I couldn't help but overhear her conversation with them. Throughout the meal she was overly attentive so much so that our conversation was interrupted over and over again just be asked the same questions. We would have appreciated it if she had brought our food and bill to the table in a timely manner rather than visiting our table with idle chatter interrupting our conversation. It was another long wait to have our check returned after my husband gave her his credit card. 

It was not a peaceful meal at all, in fact it was quite stressful and the worst restaurant experience I can remember in a long time. Needless to say we will not be returning. While I do not enjoy writing a negative review, you have come to expect honest reviews from me and that's what I provide. I do not recommend this restaurant. I can not believe that a manager didn't come out, introduce themselves, apologize and take that improperly cooked burger off our bill. We are customers who rarely complain, but receiving a raw burger was inexcusable. The entire experience was really shocking to say the least. Comment below what your worst restaurant experience was like. Taking recommendations for restaurant reviews. If there is a restaurant you have been meaning to try in the Triad and want a review on it, please comment below and I'll give it a try.

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

11th Sun Basket Review & Three FREE Meals for You!



Thai Turkey & Cabbage Salad with Basil & Mint


Ingredients


Williams-Sonoma Italian Sausage & Apple Stuffing


Ingredients (click on photos to enlarge)


Middle Eastern Lamb Beef Patties with Pear Chutney & Cauliflower Rice


Ingredients


This is a review of our 11th delivery from a weekly food subscription box called Sun Basket. Hubby and I gave one recipe four out of five stars, one recipe three and a half stars and one recipe three stars. Calories ranged from 230 to 750 and preparation time ranged from twenty-five minutes to sixty. Actual preparation time ranged from thirty-eight minutes to two hours. Two of the recipes are Paleo and gluten free. All of the ingredients arrived in great shape except one of the lamb patties which had it's seal broken, but it was still edible.

Thai Turkey & Cabbage Salad with Basil & Mint

We gave this recipe four out of five stars. The slaw and dressing were delicious. The turkey cooked with lemongrass paste was scrumptious and the topping of shredded coconut and cashews was a perfect addition. We would have liked a bit more spice, the spice provided was sambal oelek. It was a generous portion and it came in at 720 calories. Preparation time was estimated at twenty-five to thirty-five minutes and it took Hubby thirty-eight minutes. This is a Paleo and gluten free recipe.

Williams-Sonoma Italian Sausage & Apple Stuffing

This recipe was enough for eight to ten servings, so we had a lot of leftovers. I would have preferred that they provide two side dishes with less servings. We gave this one three out of five stars. It was a tasty dish with lots of texture, but we wished we would have used much less bread so that there was more sausage per serving. The bread overwhelmed the dish. It made the house smell like Thanksgiving when it was cooking which was perfect since we cooked it on Thanksgiving! Cooking time was estimated at fifty to sixty minutes and it took Hubby two hours! Mind you cooking time was twelve minutes baking the bread, fifteen minutes pan cooking the sausage and then forty minutes to bake the entire dish. It came in at only 230 calories per serving and it was a very filling serving.

Middle Eastern Lamb Beef Patties with Pear Chutney & Cauliflower Rice

Anytime there is a dish with lamb I order it since we both love lamb. We gave the lamb and chutney four out of five stars and the side dish only three stars. So we couldn't decide between three or four stars for this dish so we give it three and half. We are use to spicy chutney yet this sweet version we found to be delicious. The cauliflower just had salt, pepper and parsley added to it, it really needed something extra. This is a Paleo and gluten free recipe. This one came in at 750 calories and it was a healthy portion. It indicated thirty-five to forty-five minutes preparation time and it took Hubby an hour.

This wasn't our favorite week of recipes since previous ones had more four and five star recipes. Our 12th box arrived today and we gave tonight's recipe five stars, that's what we have come to expect from Sun Basket. It had black garlic in it that was so scrumptious! Have you ever had black garlic before? It was our first try and now I need to figure out how to get my hands on more! If you haven't tried Sun Basket before I highly recommend you give it a try and at 50% off how can you resist?! Snag my coupon below via the link and let me know how you like it. 

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

QVC's Josie Maran TSV Review - Peace, Love & Joy Argan Body & Fragrance Set


Josie Maran Peace Argan Body & Fragrance Collection - Vanilla Wafer


On November 19th QVC's Today Special Value (TSV) was a collection from Josie Maran called Peace, Love & Joy Argan Body & Fragrance Set. It was offered in three scents: unscented, Vanilla Wafer and Sweet Holly. I preorderd Vanilla Wafer a couple days earlier than it aired. It's item number A284158 and it's TSV price was $69.95 or five payments of $13.99. The current price is only $6.99 more which doesn't seem like much of a discount for a TSV though the retail value for this set is $192.33. Included in this set are the following products:
  1. 100% Pure Argan Oil - .5 fl. oz.
  2. Holistic Fragrance, Peace aka Vanilla Wafer - 1.7 fl. oz.
  3. Argan Lip Sting Butter in Honey, .16 oz.
  4. 100% Pure Argan Oil - 1.7 fl. oz.
  5. Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter in Vanilla Wafer - 2 fl. oz.
  6. Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter in Vanilla Wafer - 8 fl. oz.
When the collection arrived I tried the Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter first. The first scent I smelled was a powder followed by sour vanilla. I'm not crazy about the powder scent, but I enjoy the vanilla though I'd prefer it not to smell so tart. I'm going to avoid purchasing any of her vanilla scents from now on since they all have that powder scent. She said it would smell like dessert being baked in the kitchen. I don't get that at all from this scent! Then I tried the perfume. It's described as green foliage, Lilly of the Valley, vanilla and rice milk. It's a aromatherapy scent so you can use a lot of it and many times during the day without it building unlike your typical perfume. It's a perfume that you can spray all over from head to toe instead of just pulse points. It's good for a pick me up or at bedtime. It's smells very similar to the body butter. I'm disappointed in the Lip Sting Butter. It really does sting and for about twenty minutes or so, I do not like that feeling at all. I've heard for others it lasts about ten minutes, but I have really sensitive skin, so for me it lasts twice as long. I really like the tingling sensation that Buxom lip gloss by BareMinerals has for plumping lips. Josie's version actually stings! I don't think anyone would enjoy that! I didn't see any plumping action on my lips, pain no gain. On top of that the lip butter will not stay up in the container, as soon as you press it on your lips it goes back down, how annoying! I've heard from many other customers that they also received a defective lip butter, so it's not an isolated incident. The color is a very neutral earthy rose, not much different from my natural lip color and it's matte. It's nice for hanging around the house, but not impressive enough for out on the town. It's suppose to be very moisturizing, but I find it actually drying. Her Argan Oil is very nice, but it seems every single TSV has included it, so I have too much on hand. It's really moisturizing on the face, but I can only use it in the less humid months since it's just too oily for my skin during the summer months. It's also good for hair ends and cuticles. I have mixed feelings about this TSV, while I enjoy her body butter and the scent really doesn't last very long for me to complain much, I'm really annoyed the lip butter is defective. I can't get a replacement of only the lip butter since it's a new version and not sold separately. She only sells the clear version with no color, so I'd have to send the entire thing back for exchange and odds are I may receive another defective one. But it's not worth keeping since that was one of the main reasons I purchased this kit. I really need a moisturizing neutral lipstick that I can wear daily during fall and winter. Any suggestions? I've always wondered why she doesn't offer her TSVs for preorder more than a couple days prior to airing and this kit made me think that the reason is she's afraid of bad reviews prior to it airing. This kit has the worst reviews I've ever seen for one of her TSVs! It currently has 429 reviews with a score of 2.8 stars out of 5! Most people do not like the scent of Vanilla Wafer nor Sweet Holly and apparently the unscented has no scent even though she said it would have just a bit. I can't imagine spraying perfume on that has no scent unless it's April Fool's Day! Did you order this collection and if so, what did you think of the scents? I can't decide what to do, so you tell me should I return, exchange or keep it? Taking votes now, comment below!

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

10th Sun Basket Delivery Review & 50% Off for You!


Sole with Cara Cara Oranges, Fennel & Purple Sweet Potatoes


Ingredients


Burmese Chicken Aloo with Japanese Sweet Potato


Ingredients


Senegalese Chicken & Peanut Stew with Broken Rice


Ingredients


This is a review of a food subscription box called Sun Basket. Hubby and I gave two recipes five out five stars and one recipe four stars. It was a scrumptious week of recipes! Calories ranged from 680 to 750 and preparation time indicated was twenty-five to forty minutes. Actual preparation time was thirty-five to fifty-five minutes. As usual all of the ingredients arrived in great shape.

Sole with Cara Cara Oranges, Fennel & Purple Sweet Potatoes

I was really looking forward to this recipe because I love sole and I can't find it locally. We're so happy that they send wild caught fish rather than farm raised, it's so much healthier. We gave this recipe four out of five stars because they substituted Naval Oranges for Cara Cara Oranges. Cara Cara Oranges are so much tastier. Also, we felt there were too many black olives. The purple sweet potatoes are so delicious. Almond meal is a healthy alternative to regular flour to coat the sole and it's very tasty. The sauce made with lemon zest, parsley, capers and butter was delicious. This recipe has 720 calories and it's gluten free and Paleo. It took Hubby fifty-five minutes to prepare and the recipe states thirty-five. It was a healthy portion.

Burmese Chicken Aloo with Japanese Sweet Potato

Wow, we fell in love with this dish! This dish uses onion, Japanese sweet potato, cilantro, chicken thighs, lemongrass paste, Marash chile flakes, red miso paste, tomatoes, cloves, cinnamon stick and coconut milk. Seems like a strange combination of ingredients yet they are perfect together. I've been wanting to try a Japanese sweet potato for quite some time since they don't sell them locally. It is so sweet just like dessert, scrumptious! It's purple on the outside and cream on the inside. It's now my favorite type of sweet potato! I only wish I could purchase them locally! The recipe indicated preparation time to be thirty to forty minutes and it took Hubby thirty-five minutes. It has only 680 calories yet it is very filling. I could have saved some for lunch the next day, but it was so delicious I didn't. It's gluten free and Paleo. If they repeat this dish, I'll be ordering it again! 

Senegalese Chicken & Peanut Stew with Broken Rice

This one is comfort food for sure, so delicious! We gave it five out of five stars. We had never had broken rice before and we loved it, it's softer and more comforting than regular rice. The chicken thighs were so most and tender and the sauce was so tasty that Hubby wanted to lick the plate. The lime juice was a surprisingly tasty addition. The photo above only shows some of the food, it wouldn't all fit on the plate. It was a huge and filling portion. It was an easy recipe just time consuming. It took fifty-five minutes to prepare while the recipe stated forty minutes. For such a large portion of food it's surprisingly low in calories, 750, and it's a gluten free recipe.

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Monday, November 21, 2016

Pan Asian Restaurant Review - Winston Salem, NC

612 Hanes Mall Boulevard
Winston Salem, NC  27103
(336) 331-3980


Exterior View


Interior View


Sushi - TNT Roll $12.95, House Salmon Roll $9.95, Salmon Dynamite Roll $10.99


This is a review of an Asian restaurant called Pan Asian located in Winston Salem, North Carolina. It's about a mile away from Costco, so it's the perfect location for Costco shoppers like us. Since two of our favorite Asian restaurants Cha Da Thai & Thai Harmony are closed for lunch on Saturdays, I've been on the hunt for another Asian restaurant that is open then. Pan Asian is open from 11 am to 9:30 pm Monday through Thursday. Friday and Saturday they are open one hour later and Sunday they open a half hour later. We visited last Saturday at around 12:30 pm. Their sanitation grade is 95 which is excellent. 

We were immediately greeted with a friendly reception and seated at one of many booths. The kind and friendly Asian waitress arrived a few seconds later and took our drink order. She returned very quickly with our drinks and was very prompt with refills. We weren't ready to place our order since this was our first visit and there is so much to chose from. They have sushi, hibachi and Asian cuisine to chose from. I was really in the mood for some sushi, so we ordered three sushi rolls to share. We decided on the TNT Roll which is described as "California tempura topped with crab, spicy tuna, tempura flakes, massage & eel sauce, spicy sauce and baked". We also ordered the House Salmon Roll which is described as "tempura salmon, cucumber, cream cheese topped with salmon, avocado and eel sauce". The third roll we ordered was the Salmon Dynamite Roll which is described as "tempura shrimp, cucumber, avocado topped with salmon and salmon roe". My favorite is the Salmon Dynamite Roll followed by the House Salmon Roll. Hubby's favorite is the House Salmon Roll followed by the Salmon Dynamite Roll. We weren't crazy about the TNT Roll though it was very filling. We'll be searching the menu for a substitute for that one next time. That day the special was buy one sushi roll get one 50% off, so that's a bargain! It took about twelve minutes for our sushi order to arrive which is the expected wait time. The presentation is lovely and we really enjoyed the flavors and the experience overall. We recommend this restaurant and we shall return very soon. What's your favorite Asian restaurant in the Triad?

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