The 2017 lineup of curators for the popular Bite Box program, which showcases goods made by Arizona makers, has been announced. Each quarter, the Bite Box will be filled with eight to 10 Arizona-made products, curated by a different chef. (And we’re not talking about tiny samples, either.)
“Our curators are on the forefront of Arizona’s makers community,” says Michelle Jacoby, publisher and editor in chief of Bite Magazine. “The Bite Box is a way for them to share their discoveries of amazing local products with us and our readers.”
The 2017 Bite Box curators are:
- Spring Edition: Aaron Chamberlin
- Summer Edition: Stephen Jones
- Fall Edition: Country Velador
- Winter Edition: Editor’s Holiday Picks
Cost is $65 (plus tax) for a single edition or $240 (plus tax) for an annual subscription of all four editions.
What will Aaron Chamberlin choose for his Bite Box? Here’s a taste:
- Cartel Coffee Lab Culpan Coffee
- Standard Wax Fireside Candle
- Simple Farm Sea Salt Bourbon Vanilla Caramels
- Phoenix Public Market Café Housemade Granola
- Jar of Buttons Veggie Pun Pin Set
- Maya’s Farm Tote Bag
- Francis Baguette
- Native Seed Search Mesquite Poppy Seed Scone Mix
In addition, Aaron’s son Arturo also shares his favorite Arizona-made product, Hayden Flour Mills Stoneground Oats, perfect for his morning oatmeal.
The Bite Box: Aaron Chamberlin Edition can be purchased at biteboxaz.squarespace.com.