I got my Love with Food January 2013 box. What a surprise since I’m home sick. The theme is international, and the products have international flair. Inside–gluten-free shortbread cookies in brown rice, matcha green tea and black sesame from Kyotofu, a restaurant right here in Hell’s Kitchen that makes modern Japanese desserts; firecracker ChocoPod mini chocolate bar from Chuao Chocolatier (a Venezuelan chocolatier based in the U.S.) with sea salt, chipotle and popping candy in dark chocolate; dark chocolate in speculoos and cannelle flavors from NewTree in Belgium; David Rio tiger spice chai mix of the U.S.; GoGo Squeez (my new favorite applesauce) apple strawberry sauce from France; Turbana plantain chips from Colombia; and almond anise biscotti from Biscotti di Suzy.
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