Thursday, November 17, 2011

November Foodzie Tasting Box

This month's Foodzie box is a big one...and by that I mean the box is bigger! Instead of the small portions that are intended for tasting (sampling), everything in this box is regular sized! The people at Foodzie thought it would be nice to provide "snackie" typed items to help the guests stave off hunger pangs while waiting for that turkey to finish roasting...how nice of them!!!!!
By the way, Eileen & I had a preview of what was going to be in the Nov. Foodzie Box at the FoodBuzz Festival a couple of weeks ago. And the best part of that? We got to taste it all!!!

Garlic Onion Pistachios, Fiddyment Farms, Lincoln, CA
Heriloom Cornmeal Baking Mix
, Nitty Gritty Grains, Charlotte, VT

Pickled Figs, Boat Street Pickles, Seattle, WA (this was delish!!!)
Dried Cranberries,
 Willows Cranberries, Wareham, MA

Fruit Nut Crostini, Anjou Bakery, El Cerrito, CA
Pistachio & Almond Nougat, Vadeboncoeur, Vergennes, VT
Thank you Foodzie!!!! And, wishing everyone a wonderful & Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

~~Karen

1 comment:

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