Hungry Globetrotter

Hungry GlobetrotterWith all the moving I have done in my lifetime, one would think I like to travel.  But the truth is, I am a homebody.  I wish I had the adventurous spirit to get up and go but it’s hard for me to even pack a suitcase, let alone live out of one.  However, as a lover of food from all over the globe, I realize how much I am missing out by staying close to home (on more than just the cuisine, I am sure…).  Which is exactly why my current subscription box obsession is Hungry Globetrotter.  Whether you are an avid jet setter or prefer to enjoy thrilling escapades from the comfort of your own home, Hungry Globetrotter is your passport to worldly edibles.

Imagine getting the chance to visit an exotic country once a month through a gourmet food box sent straight to your home.  And not only is it packed with unique ingredients, it is also accompanied by recipes that will transport you to a land far away.  Take a quick peek at what Hungry Globetrotter is all about…

For the month of March Hungry Globetrotter sent their subscribers on a trip to Tuscany.  With boxes full of traditional Italian flavors I was in heaven with Mushroom and Herb Farro, Italian Seasoning Salt, Tuscan Peasant Soup and Rosemary Focaccia.

Hungry GlobetrotterBut the adventure didn’t stop there.  Hungry Globetrotter also equipped me with all the recipes I needed for a full Tuscan Sun Dinner, complete with wine pairing suggestions.  And finally, to help me really feel like I was in the heart of Italy, they provided detailed information on the food culture of Tuscany.

Now can you see why I am so wild about Hungry Globetrotter?  It really is everything I ever wanted in a food subscription box.  Not only does it deliver delicious and nutritious items to your door monthly, but it expands your palate by introducing you to new places and cultures you may not have the chance to visit on your own.

I have always said that subscription boxes make great gifts.  And with Mother’s Day around the corner, why not surprise the domestic goddess in your life with an opportunity to both explore and enjoy foods from all over the world.  Plus, with half off a first month’s membership with offer code INHERCHUCKS50HG, how can you resist?

As the primary cook for the family, I love that Hungry Globetrotter has changed the daily question of “What’s for dinner?” into “Where is dinner going to take us today?”

*Full Disclosure: Hungry Globetrotter did provide me with a box free of charge. I was not paid to write this post. With exception of some of the factual information given about the various products, all opinions regarding the products are my own and 100% honest.

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4 thoughts on “Hungry Globetrotter

  1. Tammy says:

    Reminds me of the old “take a trip and never leave the farm” saying!

  2. Mazie Lane says:

    Thanks for the concise review, and for the coupon code (which I used and got 8$ off!). I look forward to trying this new subscription box out next month. Love your blog.

    • inherchucks says:

      Hi Mazie,

      So glad you found this review helpful. I was so impressed by this box and I know you will be too. Looking forward to hearing more once you have the box in your hands :)

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