I received The Cook’s Box in exchange for an honest review. This post also appears on A Year of Boxes.
“I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to the food.” — W.C. Fields
We may not even be halfway into the year but I’m calling it right now: the latest limited edition from Sweet Reads might be my favourite book box of 2021 (and certainly up there with one of my favourite subscription boxes period.) It’s the co’s third Cook’s Box, this one curated around the newest gem from Canadian sisters Julie Albert and Lisa Gnat, The Bite Me Balance Cookbook: Wholesome Daily Eats and Delectable Occasional Treats.
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Okay so no shortage of ideas here for Mother’s Day, including several items that have been in my cart at one time or another over the past couple of weeks. I hope you find a few things you’d like for you too! (Let me know in the comments!)
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I received the following Sweet Reads Box in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. This post also appears on A Year of Boxes.
Annnnnnd we’re into a new week. Happy Tuesday, everybody! This week I’ve got two limited edition Sweet Reads Boxes to share with you. The limited edition Valentine’s Box sold out within hours of its release Sunday (!) but more stand-alone boxes are coming soon. If you’re wondering what’s a Sweet Reads Box, it’s a monthly Canadian book box that delivers a new novel, tea or coffee, a snack, and some other bookish goodies tied to the story or the theme of the box. In addition to the monthly boxes (which can be purchased on a subscription basis or individually) Sweet Reads Box releases special one-offs like this one, the Young Adult (YA) Christmas Box. Continue reading “Sweet Reads Box YA Christmas Box 2020 🇨🇦”