By Land and By Sea: Turntable Kitchen Review: April Pairings Box

April signifies that we’re a quarter through the year! This month’s Turntable Kitchen Pairings Box celebrated the sea and the land by bringing them together with some delicious tunes and tastes.

Turntable Kitchen is a unique subscription service that sends curated vinyl records, access to a downloadable mixtape, recipes and a premium ingredient to cook them.

Here’s what was in my pairings box this month:

Turntable Kitchen: April Pairings Box By Land and By Sea

Hand-Pressed Record: Speelburg, Kline and Aubrey


These are some beautifully breezy sounds that are perfect for a day at the beach.

Turntable describes it as:

“Concise but grandly arranged and thoughtfully textured, it’s a simmering, low-end steeped r&b groove filled with stirring strings and a choppy, lovingly textured rhythm that calls to mind the likes of experimental producers like Jai Paul or Ben Kahn.”

My record is hand labeled # 42/ 375 created.

Premium Ingredient: Organic Bay Leaves and Turbinado Sugar


This month, I was lucky enough to receive 2 premium ingredients! What a surprise!



This month’s box mixes land and sea perfectly!

1. Smoky Clam Chowder with Potatoes and Spring Onion

2. Garlicky Asparagus with Meyer Lemon

3. Grilled Bourbon Banana Bread with Lemon Marscapone

My pairings box also includes a card with instructions on how to download this month’s digital mixtape.

I love receiving such awesome recipes and music each month. Try Turntable Kitchen’s Pairings Box for yourself!

Photos: Elizabeth Adan

PrintBy Elizabeth Adan

Elizabeth Adan is a Freelance Writer, Publicist and Brand Ambassador. Her blog Aquaberry Bliss is a unique outdoor lifestyle blog dedicated to expanding your world and inspiring your creativity. When Elizabeth isn’t traveling, you’ll find her writing, hiking or gardening. Find Elizabeth on Twitter @stillaporcupine and on LinkedIn.

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