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Foodies Delight: Edmond’s Cuisine – A Journey To Authentic Taste
Posted on 13/01/2017 by Eileen Schuch
Om nom nom, I have some good news for all you gourmets and lovers of good food: Edmond’s Cuisine recently launched and I have been following this tasty startup for a bit now.
Boxes are all the rave. We know the principle: beauty boxes, pet boxes, this and that boxes delivered monthly to your door… but here is one, that spikes my curiosity. It’s a subscription box with an authentic, chef curated, fine food selection, featuring a gastronomic region or chef.
You look for something special for a dinner for two but are not the sharpest of knives when it comes to home cooking? Well, Edmond’s Cuisine is the answer! Different formulas are on offer: 1, 3, 6, 12-month plans available, with or without wine… you choose.
When you sign up for Edmond’s Cuisine, every month you will receive a box in the mail with a curated selection of fine food from small and unique producers alongside a tasting guide and your meal menu. Each product is explained and published on the website. All producers are visited and great content created for you to discover what’s behind all the different delicacies.
To get an idea of what’s in the box, check out the Products Page. It details the region, features a chef and the suggested menu for the month.
Edmond is a community of fine food lovers. You can become an ambassador HERE. As an Edmond Ambassador you will be invited to Private Pre-Selection Tasting Events and can taste the products that are destined to go in the next box. So you have the privilege of impacting its composition by your good taste. If that’s not cool, I don’t know what is!
From rare Parmigiano Cheese at four different stages of aging, via a unique paté from France to six different types of wine… you will be among the first in the know!
Cool as well: their YouTube channel. It boasts ideas, tips and recipes. Check it out!
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