SporkPack is so popular that it is invite only at the moment. You just need to request an invite code on their web site and then you will be in!
This is the first month I have tried SporkPack and I really liked it. The theme was A Taste of Japan this month.
I received a hand held spiral slicer from SureSlice. I have a spiralizer and I love it for turning my zucchini into noodles. It will be fun to try this one out and see what I can make with it.
This one looks like you can do a few different types of slicing. The question will be how easy it is to slice and hold onto it at the same time.
This is a cool item to find in the box!
These are weird little things that look like they would be caramel popcorn but apparently it's a rice cracker. The taste is slightly cheesy.
These are weird because it says Caramel Corn but it's like Cheetos with the taste of caramel!
All of the writing on the back was in japanese so I don't know what it said. I'm hoping there was no wheat in them because I ate a few!
This is a ready to eat meal that you can microwave right in the package or put it on your stove top and cook it.
I would not eat something like this especially since it comes with meat in it. That just doesn't seem right. Luckily it has wheat in it so it won't be touching these lips!
I was excited to finally try some Hi-Chews. I had read an article awhile ago that said kids were going crazy for them and that you could buy them in Concord but I could never find them. I love trying new candy so I looked for awhile. They are pretty good. I'm not sure why kids would go crazy for them though.
I didn't eat the KitKat because of the wheat but my husband ate it and thought it was delicious.
It's actually bigger than it looks here.
You can learn about SporkPack at http://www.sporkpack.com/ Monthly subscriptions are $22.34 + $6 s&h, 3 month subscription is $21.09 + $6 s&h and a 6 month subscription is $19.84 a month + $6 s&h
~~ Sharon ~~