Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Degustabox Subscription Box Review - February 2017 & $10 Off Coupon


Degustabox February 2017 - Part 1


Degustabox February - Part 2


This is a review of a monthly food subscription box called Degustabox. It costs $19.99 which includes tax, shipping and handling. To receive your first box for only $9.99, be sure to use my link below. Each box includes ten to fifteen food products each month for less than their retail price. Thirteen products were included this month and the retail price for this box is $53.45. If you don't count the chili sauce packets, that makes each product only cost $1.66 each which is a bargain! Included in the February box are the following:
  1. Wasa - Thin Flatbread with Sea Salt & Sesame, 6.7 oz, approximate retail value $3.59
  2. Go Organically - Fruit Snacks in Fruit Medley, 6.4 oz, 8 pouches, retail value $8.97
  3. Jones Soda -  Orange & Cream, 12 fl oz, retail value $1.79
  4. Slendier - Calorie Clever Fettuccine, 9.5 oz, 2 pouches, retail value $2.49
  5. Nando's - Peri-Peri Sauce, 4.7 oz, retail value $5.99
  6. PR Bars - Chocolate Peanut, 1.76 oz, retail value $2.07
  7. Ricola - Herbal Immunity Lozenges, 28 count, retail value $13.99
  8. Walkers - Shortbread Rounds, 5.3 oz, retail value $4.49
  9. Pop Chips - Ridges in Salted, .8 oz, retail value $1.59
  10. Pop Chips - Ridges in Tangy BBQ, .8 oz, retail value $1.59
  11. Grace Foods - Coco Chips, 1.41 oz, retail value $2.99
  12. Bandar - Spicy Mango Chili Sauce, .35 oz, 2 packets, $0.41
  13. Green & Black's - Pure Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt, 3.17 oz, retail value $3.49
I've been eating Wasa crackers since I was a child. Since they are made in Sweden and my father is mostly Swedish my Mum regularly purchased them. The Thins are a new line of crackers they have recently come out with. They are very tasty, my favorite one is the ones with rosemary. Two slices only have 80 calories. My Mum would serve me the original version lightly buttered as a snack. Today I add cream cheese to them and a tiny bit of English Maldon Sea Salt on top. It's a filling and quick snack that for me helps with stomach issues between meals. That version is high in fiber. I highly recommend you give them a try! They are found in most grocery stores, but I purchase them mostly from Vitacost. I appreciate that they sent healthier snacks this time and the Go Organically Fruit Snacks are one of them. If you are a fan of gummy bears but you want a healthy version, these are for you since they only have 70 calories. Perfect for my Hubby who loves gummy bears. I've seen Jones Soda in stores, but I've never purchased any due to the high calorie count. I will chill this one in the refrigerator and then Hubby and I will share this one to lower the calorie count. This one has a whopping 160 calories. The Slendier Fettuccine is inspired by Japanese Konjac noodles and it's suppose to help you lose weight, it's healthy and it's great for those with food allergies and diabetics. It shall be interesting to try since it only has 10 calories per portion. They are offering a free recipe ebook, link below. Never heard of the brand Nando's, this one is made in South Africa. Hubby is always up to trying a new hot chili sauce, so he'll give that a try soon. Never heard of PR Bars before. You have to be careful when choosing an energy bar, some them claim to be healthy yet have hidden sugars and are high in calories. This one contains soy which I avoid since it turns into estrogen and my body already makes too much of it on it's own. It has 200 calories, 15 grams of protein, 22 grams of carbs and 7 grams of fat. It would be great for someone who wants to bulk up. I received Ricola Lozenges in the December box also. Just reading their brand name takes me right to their tv advertisement in my head. Great advertising! I meant to try some out of the last box, so I'll make a point of trying them soon. Two lozenges have 30 calories. Perhaps they will assist with my allergy cough. Walkers Shortbread, ah, another one from my childhood. Since they are from Scotland and my Mum is from Scotland you bet I was served these as a child and grew up and bought them for myself and as gifts. They are awesome and if you have never tried them I highly recommend you get your hands on some very, very soon! They will be your new favorite cookie! They are very rich, so just two with your coffee or tea will be enough. They don't make you into a little piggy like most cookies which are very difficult to not eat more than two. They often offer them in decorative tins during the holidays, so they make for the perfect gifts. Look out for the Westie & Scottie Dog tins next Christmas, so cute! Pop Chips I've heard some people are addicted to them. I've never tried them before. They have only 100 calories per bag and they are suppose to be healthier since they are not deep fried. I have to avoid fried foods due to IBS. I just tasted them and they are pretty good. I'm not craving more after finishing the bag which is nice. That's not the case with fried potato chips! The Coco Chips brochure suggests using them in yogurt and ice cream. I also recommend adding them to smoothies or on top of your smoothie bowl, yum! It adds a bit of sweetness without adding sugar and a bit of texture if you sprinkle it on top. The Spicy Mango Chili Sauce suggests trying it on pizza or French fries. It's made in India. Sounds very unusual, Hubby will try it and if he approves, I'll give it a try. If you must have chocolate, I recommend going healthier and choosing dark chocolate with a high percentage of cocoa. This one has 70% cacao and two rows have 210 calories. For me I could easily get away with eating just one row and that would drop the calories down to 105. I like to keep my chocolate in the refrigerator prior to eating, I think it tastes better. You will find that you will only need a couple of squares of this type of chocolate to fulfill your chocolate craving since it's so rich. You could also shave some of it over your ice cream.

I only received the February box because I didn't realize that when you pause your account it's only for one month, so beware. I'm so much happier with this box than the last one I received in December. The December box had so many products containing sugar which I try to avoid. I'm excited to see healthier products in this box and I hope they continue to do so.

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Monday, January 30, 2017

Covergirl Outlast All Day Product Review



Matte Finishing Powder, Custom Reds Lipcolor, Soft Touch Concealer


This is a review of three new products from the Covergirl Outlast All Day line. I was sent all three products for free from Influenster to review. I liked the lipstick the most. 

After applying the lip color, you wait sixty seconds for it to dry. Then you apply the clear stick gloss on top. On my lips it's a reddish coral color. It's matte until you apply the gloss on top. It is suppose to last all day and in fact it really does! It was still looking good even after my dental cleaning and dinner afterwards! That's the true test of a long lasting lip color! My Husband even remarked that it was still on after my dentist appointment. Only the gloss needed to be reapplied. But if you prefer the matte look then you don't need to apply the gloss. After my evening shower it was still on, but it needed a touch up by then. The previous time I used it I found that after waking up from sleeping all night it was still on! It's a bit odd waking up and seeing lipcolor on your lips after a full night's sleep! This is the first long lasting lipstick I have tried that didn't dry out my lips and it has outlasted all of the others. It also didn't feather into fine lines, it's stays exactly where you apply it and it doesn't budge. I am truly amazed by it's staying power! I highly recommend giving this one a try. The retail price is $8.49, but I've seen it for $3.99 to $7.94 online. 

The concealer has full coverage in just one application and it retails for $10.49. It can be found for less, about $8.54 at discount stores. I was impressed that with only one quick application it had full coverage. It also has amazing staying power. It didn't budge at all after a full day out and about. My only issue was finding a shade of foundation that matched. I have very fair skin, so it's always difficult for me to find concealers and foundations that match my skin tone well. It didn't quite match any of the foundations that I own. It was a bit too warm of a color which didn't quite work with the cool shades of foundations I own.

I was also impressed by the finishing powder that instantly makes your makeup matte in one application. My issue was that the fair shade was too dark for my very fair skin. I would recommend this product for those that find it easier to find a shade that matches their skin which is usually medium skin tones. It retails for $11.29, but it can be found for less at discount stores usually around $9.49.

It was an enjoyable experience trying out these three new products. I'm always skeptical about products that are suppose to last all day, so you can imagine my surprise when these products actually did. I plan to look for another color of the lipstick and purchase that. It's an amazing product. Have you found a lipstick that actually lasts all day?

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Outwest Steakhouse Restaurant Review - Kernersville, NC


1185 NC Highway 66 South
Kernersville, NC  27284
(336) 993-2222


Exterior View


Interior View (looking towards kitchen)


Dinner Rolls & Butter


House Salad


8 Ounce Prime Rib & Baked Potato - $21.00


10 Ounce Ribeye & Asparagus - $23.50


This is a review of a restaurant called Outwest Steakhouse located in Kernersville, North Carolina. They are open Monday-Thursday from 4:30 pm to 9 pm. On Saturday they are open one hour later and they open for lunch at 11:30 on Sunday. Hubby and I visited around 5 pm last Saturday. Since they only offer reservations for parties of eight or more, we had to wait thirty minutes for a table. The receptionist gave us an estimate of thirty to forty minutes. I really wish they offered reservations because I'm not a fan of waiting. They have a small bar area where you can get a drink and wait, but we had to wait for a seat there also. There isn't any seating in the foyer, but there are benches outside for waiting. When two bar stools opened up in the bar area I ordered a margarita and Hubby had a Diet Coke. The margarita was pretty good, but the presentation was lacking. It's just poured into a regular glass. It costs $5.75 and the Diet Coke costs $2.25. They have a wine and beer menu only. They don't have a cocktails menu. You have to settle your bar tab prior to going to your table for dinner. It would be nice if they added it to the dinner bill, so we didn't have to listen to the beeper while waiting to pay our drink bill.

Our beeper went off and we were escorted to our booth. They have some booths, but mostly tables. The friendly waitress promptly asked if we needed more drinks and then returned about five minutes later with some four dinner rolls and butter. The rolls were tasty especially since we were so hungry, but they aren't crave worthy. We were offered another basket of rolls after we were finished. Shortly after the rolls arrived we ordered. I ordered the prime rib and Hubby ordered the ribeye steak. Thirteen minutes after the rolls arrived our house salads were brought to the table. The salads were tasty and fresh. Fifteen minutes later our steaks were brought out. We were both disappointed that the steaks weren't served hot. They were both warm which turned to cool before finishing. We both thought the steaks were delicious and they were cooked rare as we requested. If they were served hot they would definitely be crave worthy! The baked potato was tasty, but I didn't like the fact that cheese, bacon and chives were an extra charge. It came with only butter and sour cream and they didn't salt the outside nor serve it in foil to keep it warm. I'm use to steakhouses that offer the baked potato loaded for no extra charge. Hubby said most of the asparagus was tasty though one piece was a bit tough. The prime rib came with au jus and horseradish sauce. I'm not a fan of either. I recommend tasting it prior to pouring it over you steak which I unfortunately didn't do. 

It's extremely busy on Saturday night, so it was very noisy especially since they had about three large birthday party groups that night. It was so loud, I couldn't tell if they were playing any music. While we were eating, a waiter dropped his plates and glasses behind me and glass went everywhere. About fifteen minutes later, it happened again a few tables over when they were clearing the table. I think they would run more smoothly if they hired someone just to bring the steaks to the table and someone to bus the tables. The wait staff was moving around too quickly to safely transport breakables. They have a separate room for very large groups. We plan to give them another try perhaps on a Sunday for lunch. Sunday is the only day they serve lunch. If the food doesn't come out hot the second time then we won't return, so fingers crossed! What's your favorite steakhouse restaurant in the area?

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Thursday, January 26, 2017

GIVEAWAY & 17th Sun Basket Delivery Review



Southeast Asian Coconut Poached Salmon with Red Chard


Ingredients


Italian Meatball Soup with Sweet Potatoes & Escarole


Ingredients 


Kyoto Chicken & Soba Noodle Salad


Ingredients


This is a review of the 17th delivery we have received from a weekly food subscription box called Sun Basket. This week we gave two recipes four out of five stars and one recipe three stars. All three recipes are gluten free and two are paleo. Preparation time ranged from twenty to thirty-five minutes. Calories ranged from 680 to 710. If you are here for the giveaway only, scroll down.

Southeast Asian Coconut Poached Salmon with Red Chard

Hubby and I both gave this recipe four out of five stars. The sauce made with anchovy, lemongrass paste and coconut milk was awesome! Every time we have had a Sun Basket sauce or broth made with lemongrass it's been scrumptious, so I always order those recipes. We were sent chicken thighs instead of salmon by mistake. This is the first time we have received the wrong ingredient. We always keep wild caught salmon in our freezer, so it wasn't a big deal. In the above photo, it shows the salmon we provided. This recipe has 690 calories and it took about fifty minutes to prepare though the recipe indicates only thirty minutes. It's a paleo, gluten free and lean and clean recipe. It was a healthy portion.

Italian Meatball Soup with Sweet Potatoes & Escarole

Hubby gave this recipe four out of five stars and I gave it three. We froze the turkey since Hubby had to go out of town on business. The ingredients arrived on the 11th, but we didn't make it until the 23rd so we had to replace the dill, scallions and escarole since they weren't fresh anymore. We substituted kale for the escarole since we love kale in soup. The sweet potato in the soup was so delicious. I'm not quite sure I like cinnamon spice in my soup, but Hubby loved it. This recipe took fifty minutes to prepare while the recipe stated only twenty minutes. It's a paleo and gluten free recipe. It has 680 calories per serving, but since there was so much food, we had three servings which lowers the calories down to 453. 

Kyoto Chicken & Soba Noodle Salad

We both gave this recipe three out of five stars. I froze the chicken so that we could make this later since Hubby had to go out of town. It arrived on the 11th and we made it on the 22nd. All of the ingredients were still in good shape. The salad while tasty really needed another ingredient perhaps some orange or cashews and some spice. There was enough salad left over for two more portions so the 710 calories isn't accurate, it's much lower. It took about fifty minutes to prepare while the recipe indicates thirty-five minutes. It's a gluten free recipe, but they substituted wheat noodles instead of the buckwheat noodles they were suppose to send. 

It was another enjoyable week of recipes. Since Sun Basket is my favorite meal kit, I highly recommend you give them a try today! Click on my link below to receive three free meals delivered to your doorstep. Check out my Sun Basket Pinterest Board to see photos of all the Sun Basket recipes we have made so far. Which recipe looks tastiest to you?

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Plated has provided me with another box worth $72 to give away. Plated will send the winner one shipment that includes three recipes and the ingredients needed to make three meals for two people, a total of six servings. Enter via Rafflecopter:

The winner must be over 18 years old, have never subscribed to Plated, provide me with their name and email address to give to Plated, provide Plated their credit card number in case they want to continue with the service past the first box and live in the US (not in Hawaii & Alaska). Winner will be sent an email from Plated and simply need to click on the link to redeem their free Plated box online. To cancel future shipments: visit their website and go to my account settings, scroll down to the bottom and chose "cancel subscription" or to skip future shipments select weekly menus and chose "skip week". They ship to most of the US except Hawaii, Alaska and some cities in Texas (San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Laredo, Midland). Box is shipped via FedEx and arrives at your doorstep on your choice of Wednesdays or Saturdays. Vegetarian meals are also offered.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Try the World Subscription Box Review - January 2017



Greece Box


This is a review of a monthly food subscription box called Try the World. They kindly sent me the Greece Box for review. This subscription box costs $39 a month, if you subscribe month to month. If you purchase a three month subscription then the price goes down to $35 per box. The six month subscription lowers the price even further to $33 per box and the yearly subscription lowers the price down to only $29. All subscriptions include free shipping and handling. If you use my coupon link you will receive a second box for free! Included in the Greece box are the following products:
  1. Vasilissa - Pasteli Sesame Seed Bar
  2. Delicious Crete - Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Rosemary 
  3. Palirria - Hand Wrapped Grape Leaves
  4. Stories of Greek Origins - Tzatziki Spice Mix
  5. Baking Stores - Breadsticks with Kalamata Olive Paste & Oat Grains
  6. 776 Deluxe - Trahana Grecian Pasta
  7. Artion - Spicy Pepper Paste with Feta Cheese
  8. Sweet Magic - Kourambies Biscuit
I really like how all of the products are made in Greece, so it's a authentic box of Greek food for you to try! Hubby tried the stuffed grape leaves right away and he said they are the best he's ever had. He also tried the breadsticks and he said they were delicious. Since they are made with oat grains they were a solution for his heartburn at the time. I always turn to food for assistance with heartburn prior to the medicine cabinet, it's much healthier. Oat and wheat help with heartburn for most people. We love Greek olive oil and rosemary, so we are looking forward to using the rosemary olive oil soon. We use greek olive oil from Costco daily for cooking and in our dogs' homemade food. Extra Virgin olive oil is so good for you and we find we prefer the taste of olive oil from Greece. I highly recommend not skimping when it comes to olive oil. A good quality olive oil will taste so much better and smell better when cooking! We absolutely love tzatziki sauce and we always have it with our roasted lamb and it's a great dipping sauce for vegetables. It's a healthier dipping sauce since it uses yogurt instead of sour cream which makes it lower in calories and better for you. The Trahana Grecian Pasta box recommends making chicken soup with it. The pieces of pasta are very tiny, it's similar to couscous. Included in the box are two recipes. One is for Ikarian Fisherman's Soup with Trahana. We shall give that recipe a try so we can use the Trahana pasta. The second recipe is for Lamb Keftedes for use with the tzatziki sauce and the red pepper feta paste. We love lamb so we shall also give that recipe a try soon. The sesame bar is the original energy bar dating back to Ancient Greece. Sesame seeds are a source of protein and copper. The Kourambies are shortbread made with almonds and rolled in sugar. 

If you love trying new foods from around the world and learning about them, this is the perfect subscription box for you. I highly recommend you give it a try today. Be sure to use my coupon link below so that you get two boxes for the price of one! It also comes in a very sturdy box that can be reused for storing stationary, photos, makeup etc. What's your favorite food subscription box?

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Monday, January 23, 2017

BurgaBox of the Month Club Review - January 2017 & $10 Coupon


The Barnyard Burga - January 2017


Ingredients - Part 1


Ingredients - Part 2 (click on photos to enlarge)


This is a review of a new monthly food subscription box called BurgaBox. Celebrity chef Paul Malvone comes up with a new creation each month. It costs $59.00 for the box including shipping and handling. If you use the $10 coupon link below, it will cost $49.00 for your first box. The order deadline each month is the 10th and the website says it will be shipped on 3rd Wednesday of the month. Mine was shipped on Tuesday and arrived on Thursday. We waited until Saturday to make the burgers. I highly recommend cooking just one of the burgers, cut it in half and share, if you don't want to overeat. That way it would be four servings rather than two servings bringing down the calorie count and the price! Since each burger is half a pound, one burger is the equivalent of two 1/4 lb. burgers! 

The January box is called The Barnyard Burger since is features a little bit of everything from the farm. It includes chicken, pork, and beef. The burger is made up of a bakery fresh bun, blue cheese dressing, honey BBQ sauce, bacon, buttermilk fried chicken, white American cheese, angus beef patty, tomato and lettuce. The sides are baked beans, cole slaw, Florentine Mac & Cheese and Poutine French Fries. Here's a video description:



The Florentine Mac & Cheese is made with sautéed spinach, oven roasted tomatoes sliced Italian sausage, cheese and pasta. The fries are topped with poutine gravy and cheddar cheese curds. 

We gave the burger five out of five stars, the beans four stars, cole slaw three stars, the fries three stars and the mac & cheese three stars. The burger didn't reduce in size during cooking. The BBQ sauce was tasty since it wasn't too strong and the blue cheese dressing was very good. The buns were ok, but I would have preferred a softer bun. The bacon was of high quality and delicious. The batter on the fried chicken was scrumptious. We would have like more lettuce and the burger would have been even better with a beefsteak tomato instead. Hubby didn't like the gravy for the fries and I didn't bother trying it since I'm not a fan of gravy on my fries. The fries had a tasty batter coating on the outside. The mac & cheese would have been much better if the sausage had been cut into small pieces and there had been more pasta. The burgers took about seven minutes to cook per side, whereas the recipe says three to five. The BBQ spice on the burgers was perfect. The mac & cheese, fried chicken and fries needed twice as long as the recipe indicated to warm up. The instructions indicated that it would take thirty minutes to prepare, but it took Hubby double that. While it was cooking there were so many delicious smells that it drove our dogs nuts. 

While we really enjoyed the experience I don't think we will be trying it again anytime soon. It's just too much food for one serving and too many calories. It was a really fun experience though and we laughed at each other trying to each such a wide burger. They also offer one time purchases on their website of burgers, sides, Super Bowl Sideline Spread Box and several other offerings. Check out their website today to see what interests you and be sure to use my $10 coupon below which will apply to anything in their shop.

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

16th Sun Basket Delivery Review & Three FREE Meals for You


Mexican Meatball Soup with Butternut Squash & Cilantro


Ingredients (click on photos to enlarge)


Spicy Blackened Sole with Citrus Pico de Gallo & Herbed Cauliflower Rice


Ingredients


Black Bean Tostadas with Quick Pickles & Soft Cooked Eggs


Ingredients


This is a review of a weekly food subscription box called Sun Basket. This week all three recipes are gluten free, two are paleo and one is vegetarian. We gave one recipe four out of five stars, one recipe three stars and one recipe two stars. Our favorite recipe was the Mexican Meatball Soup. Preparation time ranged from thirty-eight to fifty minutes.

Mexican Meatball Soup with Butternut Squash & Cilantro

We gave this recipe four out of five stars. The butternut squash and meatballs were really yummy, but to make five stars it would have needed more spice.  The meatballs made with ground pork and beef were very tender. The tomato paste and and the diced tomatoes could have been skipped. We thought not cooking the Napa cabbage was strange, but the bit of crunch it provided was lovely. This recipe is both paleo and gluten free yet so tasty. It had only 660 calories and it took fifty minutes to prepare. The recipe indicated thirty to forty minutes preparation time. It was a generous portion. This is a customer favorite recipe, but it's the first time we have tried it. 

Spicy Blackened Sole with Citrus Pico de Gallo & Herbed Cauliflower Rice

I absolutely love sole, so whenever they have a recipe using sole I order it. We gave this one three out of five stars. We aren't crazy about their cauliflower rice. We prefer cauliflower mashed or in large pieces rather than the rice size that they prepare in advance for us. We weren't crazy about the flavor of the blackening spice blend. The grapefruit was a bit tart, but the mandarins were very tasty. This is another paleo and gluten free recipe and it took thirty-eight minutes to prepare. The recipe indicated it takes thirty to forty minutes. It only has 540 calories and it was a healthy portion.

Black Bean Tostadas with Quick Pickles & Soft Cooked Eggs

We gave this recipe only two stars. We both love squash, but it tasted out of place. We didn't pickle the onion nor the radish since I can't stomach anything pickled. Hubby makes the best tostadas I've ever tasted, his own creation, so it's hard to compete with his recipe. We were eating them frequently during his time off work, so it was bad timing for this recipe. We also thought we should have been provided with four eggs for two people rather than two, so that it would be more filling. This is a vegetarian and gluten free recipe that took fifty minutes to prepare. The recipe indicated thirty to forty minutes preparation time. It has 620 calories.

While this wasn't our favorite week of recipes from Sun Basket, we still look forward to their box each week since the majority of the recipes are four and five stars. Since they are my favorite meal kit, I highly recommend you give them a try today! Click on my link below to receive three free meals delivered to your doorstep. Check out my Sun Basket Pinterest Board to see photos of all the Sun Basket recipes we have made so far.

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