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What We Sent: Batch Subscription Family Discovery Box May 2017

In the most recent shipment of the Batch Subscription Family Discovery Box, we sent goodies that will please every member of the family—food!

The Batch Subscription Discovery Box

It’s not always easy to bring the family together, but one sure way is to gather around the table for a meal. The Batch Discovery Standard Family Box is filled with the ingredients for a family dinner. With the Batch-design peony towel hung on the kitchen towel rack or thrown over your shoulder, start by mixing a beer (we recommend The Picnic Tap Honey Biscuit Blonde) with the Soberdough beer bread and put it in the oven. While the Soberdough bakes, bring the handmade Nicoletto’s Pasta to a boil. When al dente, coat it with the balanced Café Nonna’s Marinara Sauce. Ring the dinner bell and join the family at the table. We’ve even included Willa’s Butter Pecan Shortbread cookies for dessert. Made by Eric Rion in Madison, TN, with simple ingredients these cookies will go fast.

The Batch Subscription Discovery Box

The goodies in Batch Discovery Deluxe Family Box are meant to be enjoyed the rest of the day. Everly’s new larger packet size means it’s easier to make their thirst-quenching drinks. Make any meal or snack tastier by topping it with Nut Butter Honey Vanilla or some of Gary Baron's Nashville Jam Peach Salsa. Trubee’s Barrel Aged Honey is a flavorful twist on their wildflower honey. The only better thing than honey is barrel aged honey that can be used in coffee, recipes, or cocktails for slight, smoky flavor. For the home, we’ve included the summertime scented Little Seed Farm Grapefruit Lemon Soap.

Don’t miss the next Batch Family Discovery Box that ships in August, order one today.


Rob Williams
Rob Williams

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Rob Williams is the co-founder and Chief Branding Officer for Batch. He enjoys running, listening to podcasts and spending time with his wife and daughter at local swimming holes.