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I only received one subscription box today which happened to B’s February 2015 Mantry.
If you aren’t familiar with them, Mantry (aka the Modern Man’s Pantry) is a food of the month club that lets you discover the finest american artisan foods – and gives you ideas of what to do with them. It’s $75/month and has been around since the Fall of 2012.
I am super excited to report that we have found a use for our old Mantry crates! B is using them in his bar in the basement!
The February 2015 Mantry theme was “Pizza Party” and included the following items:
~Grey Ghost Lemon Sugar Cookies ($9): These cookies are amazing. I like them alone, but Mantry’s idea of cutting them in half and adding ice-cream to the middle sounds pretty delicious too.
~The Gracious Gourmet Lemon Artichoke Pesto ($10): There was supposed to be a different brand of pesto in the box, but there ended up being an issue with the supplier and this was substituted. I appreciate that they gave us the background details and that it didn’t end up delaying the box. This is supposed to be drizzled on the crust for some extra flavor.
~Hayden Flour Mills Pizza Flour ($9.50): I can’t even tell you the last time we made homemade pizza dough. It’s been forever. This entire box is going to get made this weekend and I cannot wait.
~Jar Goods Classic Red Tomato Sauce ($8): Way fancier than any pizza sauce I have had lately! It’s from Julie’s Restaurant in Hoboken, NJ and is a thick classic sauce.
~Del Duca Prosciutta ($5): This meat is cured so you don’t have to cook it. You can cook your pizza and then put a few slices on the top and chow down!
~Vermont Smoked Pepperoni ($7): I actually like my pizza without pepperoni, but I think when you are making pizza, it’s essential to snack on the pepperoni. We’ve tried an assortment of items from this brand and we always like them.
All totaled I came up with a value of $48.50 for the February 2015 Mantry. I really should stop doing breakdowns on this box because lately, it hasn’t been close to the cost of the box! I appreciate the curation of this one though and I anticipate that this is going to be one amazing (and expensive) pizza! I will Instagram a picture of it this weekend.