Today, I didn't really spot any big hampers out in the warehouse, ready for their turn down the catwalk. However, I did find a number of small hampers being dispatched. Let's have the ever popular Cheesy Sunshine range kick-start today's dispatch blog.
The left hamper is going to be in the hands of Ben (Hereford, UK) tomorrow. It was sent by his friends in San Francisco, thanking the recipient for being an amazing host. We presume they meant 'host' as in Ben warmingly welcomed them to stay at his place when they visited, instead of Ben flying all the way to the wonderful San Fran to play the host of an auspicious event? If it is the latter then, wow! Trip abroad and thank you basket to come home to - lucky!
The right hamper is to congratulate Andy and Velvet (London, UK) on the birth of their baby boy. Elizabeth, the sender, ordered this because she "Can't post you meals, but hope snacks will keep you going!" I think I would choose a great selection of snacks over a meal in a hamper. Snacks I can eat at and nibble on at my leisure. Meals have to be cooked and I have to make sure I have enough room in my tummy for it (I have a bottomless stomach for snacks)
Next, above is the Breakfast Basket. Containing tea, juice, coffee and various treats you can have after or during your meal, this hamper is only missing three things from being a perfect breakfast banquet - cornflakes, a great good morning fry-up and toast. Or you can just be like me and ignore all the missing items and just have the hamper contents for breakfast. I'm sure I would be adequately full by the time I finish those cakes. Yum yum. Katherine (Lichfield, UK) is going to have breakfast sorted for the next few days!
Our last hamper of todays blog post is the Artisan Scran, ordered by Cassandra (Cambridge, UK) and being delivered tomorrow to her dad and Elizabeth in London, UK. The two of them are sharing a birthday so Cassandra wants to send them this wonderful treat of a hamper to wish them all the birthday wishes. Ham, salmon, chocolate, salami, oatcakes, cheese and snacks, this hamper is simply divine.