PRIZE DRAWING: Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2023 Edition)


Yes, another mystery box giveaway. But this time it’s not a box full of swag. Instead, it’s a box with 20 percent swag, 79 percent product samples, and one percent coupons. What are those coupons for? You’ll have to win this box to find out.


To enter this prize drawing for this Mystery Box of accumulated swag, leave a comment with THIS post, and that comment MUST include the word “charcuterie.”

Remember to fill out the email field because we’ll be emailing the randomly selected winner for their mailing addresses.

We will stop accepting entries on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time. Only one comment is allowed per person, and it’s only open to U.S. residents.


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Also, do not leave your comment using the blue REPLY button at the bottom of other comments. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and leave your comment in the section above the blue POST COMMENT button. I know. Lots of scrolling. But it’ll totally be worth it if you win those coupons.

Good luck!


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488 thoughts to “PRIZE DRAWING: Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2023 Edition)”

          1. I actually just won a charcuterie board from my job a couple of weeks ago! The box seems super fun! 🙂

      1. A charcuterie board is not complete without olives!
        Also, I just had to scroll up twice to find the spelling for charcuterie.

  1. I sent my daughter to daycare with a lunchable and she calls it a charcuterie, well excuse me for living

  2. A truck filled with Worcestershire sauce and a truck filled with quinoa crashed in front of the local charcuterie shop.
    When asked by reporters what had happened a witness replied, “Well… it’s kind of hard to say…”

  3. My favorite type of charcuterie board is a themed one! I’ve done a Fourth of July themed board a few times filled with red, white, and blue treats (blue tortilla chips, white cheddar cheese, Twizzlers, etc).

    1. Life is like a box of charcuterie, some days are hard and crunchy, some days are soft and billowy, some days are surprises that might be delightful, or might be sour and bitter, but we continue to go back to the board to build our plate with opportunities and hope.

  4. my boss wanted to have a team building event to learn how to make charcuterie boards (true story). somehow folding salami doesn’t seem like it would be all that fun as a team event?

  5. You know it’s going to be a great time when you show up to a dinner party and the host has charcuterie out.

  6. If The Impulsive Buy has taught me anything it is that the world needs less charcuterie, and more mystery flavored limited time offerings.

  7. Thank you for the chance! Tbh, I don’t think I’ve ever had a charcuterie board- I bet the olives scared me away from the delicious cheeses lol.

  8. charcuterie is one of my favorite things to eat. All the different types of cheeses and meats along with the fancy crackers, it’s like an adult Lunchable.

  9. Everyone thinks they can spell charcuterie until they try to spell charcuterie and need a learned adult (nick named Copy & Paste) to help them type charcuterie. Did I just win this Scrabble game?

  10. I would love to be able to use what in that box to make a Sunday football Charcuterie board.

    1. Man, these give aways really bring out the readers.

      I don’t like charcuterie sadly so I might not want to win.

  11. To enter this prize drawing for this Mystery Box of accumulated swag, leave a comment with THIS post, and that comment MUST include the word “charcuterie.”

  12. charcuterie – a fancy name for a build your own appetizer. Back in the day it was just meat and cheese on crackers.

  13. I think the first time I heard the word charcuterie was in an episode of Atlanta, but it’s been everywhere since.

  14. Remember when “charcuterie boards” were only for the 1% and the rest of us just called them “party trays”?

  15. I would love a charcuterie board with rolled up Lebanon bologna, deli turkey, broccoli, celery, ranch dip mix, pineapple chunks, strawberries, red delicious apple slices, muscadine grapes, vanilla cream cheese fruit dip, crackers with cheez whiz, etc.

  16. Charcuterie boards are nice and fine and all. But I like to live like a cave man and eat my meats, cheese and various other products off of a plate.

  17. I hope this is a charcuterie box full of candy, which may not be traditional, but candy is 10 times more delicious anyway!

  18. I copy/pasted the word charcuterie from your post, so if it’s spelled wrong, that’s on you. ?

    Thanks for all your fun posts, I look forward to them.

  19. Weirdly, charcuterie (pronounced “shar-CUTE-ery” in this case) was my nickname in high school.

  20. charcuterie by any other name would still have me hovering over the board and batting hands away like a monster bent on eating all of it myself.

  21. I still don’t know how you pronounce the U in charcuterie but frankly it doesn’t come up often enough in conversation for me to google it.

  22. Charcuterie: (n) a French term for a branch of cooking devoted to prepared meat products, such as bacon, ham, sausage, terrines, galantines, ballotines, pâtés, and confit, primarily from pork.

  23. Charcuterie – always include something spicy, something savory, something sour, something sweet, and something unexpected.

  24. “charcuterie.” Copy and pasted by the end of comments would forgot how to spell and what the word was.

  25. This must mean that the mystery box contains a charcuterie board comprised of snack cakes and Trader Joe’s items.

  26. Oh dear I hope there hasn’t been a box of charcuterie sitting around on Marvo’s couch for weeks 🙂

  27. I can’t believe no retailer has come up with a halloween charcuterie kit with a skull you wrap prosciutto around and bat shaped crackers etc…

  28. What did the meat say to the other meat he thought was cute?
    “I think you’re charcuterie”

    Thank you, I’ll be here all week.

  29. The winner has to make a charcuterie spread out of the samples, right? I would feel obligated to at this point. Or, as we call it in our house “shark coochie”.

  30. Charcuterie just sounds so much fancier than “bring me some of every cured meat and cheese you have”.

  31. I recently moved to a new area and am enjoying exploring all the new meat and cheese shops for new items to try on a charcuterie board

  32. I just realized I had no idea how charcuterie was spelled. Thought there was an “o” in there for some reason.

  33. I wonder if there’s enough in there to make a snack charcuterie. I’m sure it would have a very interesting variety!

  34. I make charcuterie plates for my kids nightly, it usually consists of fruit, cheese and crackers.

  35. When I think of a good charcuterie board, I think of spiced meats, soft cheeses, dried fruits, and buttery crackers or toasted breads. Each one a delight!

  36. I love when my friends up north serve up smoked fish, delicious cheeses and sausages on their charcuterie board. YUM

  37. I had a beautiful charcuterie plate this weekend! I can’t wait to re-create my own for a Halloween party I am having! Thanks for an amazing giveaway!

  38. i like charcuterie. charcuterie is a board cutie. Anyways, I hope I can get something funny from this. : )

  39. Charcuterie is a delicious and versatile food that can be enjoyed in many different ways. It is also a good source of protein and healthy fats, making it a nutritious snack or meal option.

  40. If I were to say “charcuterie charcuterie charcuterie“ while looking in a mirror, would it guarantee I win the mystery box or would I just get murdered? I’m not going to chance it…

  41. If I could have a charcuterie board comprised of all junk food posted on this site over the past month, I would be a happy camper 🙂

  42. I have this friend who has a charcuterie business and she makes those table sized monstrosities that seem kinda like a gigantic germ fiesta. Like those table nachos you see on social. I don’t know, where do we draw the line? I guess all charcuterie plates are an experience of germ sharing, unless it’s for girl dinner or something.

  43. I’ve never much gotten into traditional charcuterie. Maybe because everytime I try it people just do cheddar cubes and pepperoni slices to simplify and save money

  44. I cannot pronounce the word charcuterie for some reason. I love all the different ideas people come up with for a board. I’ve never made one myself.

  45. Worst outcome, I am reminded how much I enjoy charcuterie and start planning the next event at my place.

  46. I used to eat meat, cheese, and crackers for dinner quite frequently. I called it charcuterie just so it sounded fancier than it actually was.

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