This month has been crazy with the Martha’s Vineyard Wine Festival, the start of the season at the restaurant, and a root canal all in less than two weeks. So I’ve barely made it on the last day of May to bring you some new to me products I hope you’ll love! 


Olio d’ Oliva Extra Vergine al Limone by Nudo

This olive oil has become my favorite to drizzle over grilled seafood, as well as a the perfect finishing oil in my gazpacho. It’s stoneground Sicilian lemons and late harvest olives that make it as amazing as it is. Fresh, light, with bright citrus flavors that shine through, it’s the perfect accompaniment to your spring/summer meals.


 Smoky Honey Habanero by Spiceologist

You’ve probably noticed my love for Spiceologist all over the blog and social media and if you haven’t here it is: I cannot live without this Smoky Honey Habanero rub! My friends over at Spiceologist have a Kickstarter going on RIGHT NOW to support their campaign on spicy heaven! This rub has granulated honey, which caramelizes once it hits the grill and the spicy habanero is balances perfectly. A must have this summer as well.


Green Moroccan Mint Tea by Choice Organic Teas

This moroccan mint tea has become part of my bedtime routine lately. Not only does it ease my stomach for a night of restful sleep, but the flavors of green team, spearmint, peppermint, and lemongrass all come together to form the best bedtime treat a girl could ask for.


Sea Salt Gourmet Pumpkin Seeds by SuperSeedz

Some of the products I buy or get in the mail as basically for my consumption. The husband doesn’t have a big sweet tooth, and is mostly at work all day. But once he saw the box from SuperSeedz, he took them ALL into his possession, only letting me try a few seeds out of each bag. Currently, he has three bags opened on his dresser since they can’t be too far from him. He has a bag next to the couch. Next thing you know, he’ll bring a bag into the shower. Until then, get these seeds. They taste amazing, a serving has 8 grams of protein, are gluten free and GMO-free as well!



Lemon Honey Creme by Honey Ridge Farms

These honey cremes are not only a staple on my cheese platters, but I’ve lately enjoyed just stirring some into my hot tea for a sweet treat. Never cooked, they’re raw and keep all their great nutritional value! Only three ingredients make up this creme: clover honey, lemon concentrate, lemon peel. Couldn’t be any better!


Uncle Steve’s Marinara Sauce

Made from Steve Schirripa’s (yes, that guy from The Sopranos!) family recipe, this is one jar you want in your pantry for quick dinners. Gluten free and organic, this sauce is flavorful and packed with organic imported italian whole tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, herbs, garlic, and more. Steve remembers those early Sunday mornings when he would wake up to the smell of sauté garlic and onions for this family sauce. Love that!


Banana Cinnamon Quinoa Cereal by Cocomama Foods

If you’re looking for a quick and filling breakfast, this banana cinnamon quinoa cereal is the thing for you! I loved that it’s gluten free, dairy free, vegan, a great source of fiber and protein – basically deliciousness that’s also good for you!


Coffee Bean by Olive & Sinclair

My best friend just moved to Nashville, home to Olive & Sinclair and I can’t wait to visit and consume my weight in chocolate! She sent me a bar of this coffee bean bar, which combines coffee and chocolate, my two passion. At 67%, it’s a treat after dinner but I’m thinking of whisking it into a latte for a frothy, chocolate-packed pick me up!


Disclaimer for New This Month: Most of these products were purchased, given to me as a gift from a  friend, or sent as samples in the mail.  I was under no obligation to review them but as you can see, I fell in love with them! Products in ‘New This Month’ are 110% personally recommended. If you have any questions or make a similar awesome product, email me at marnely at gmail dot com! 

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