The December holidays are fast approaching, and many of our readers may be wondering what they can add to their seasonal menus to spice up their annual family gatherings. Look no further than foie gras!
In France, Sunday night dinner is a ritual. Whether you’re in Paris or a small coastal town, read about some of the delicious foods that locals grew up eating.
Crisp, bright, and creamy, this crostini is a crowd-pleaser!
A delicious shredded potato ball studded with cracker crumbs, rich cheese, and bright parsley, these croquettes are an excellent option for an appetizer or dinner party.
Take a closer look at the foods unique to northern France by exploring the region’s geography, maritime climate, and even its neighboring influences.
Immerse yourself in France’s regional cooking traditions! Enjoy quintessential French products, like crêpes, butter cookies, finishing salt, and chestnut spread.
The France Box has been with Try The World since the very beginning: close to three years ago, it was called the Paris Box and sold out within the first two days of its release! This month, we’re bringing it back by popular demand, and though it’s now called the France Box, it’s filled with the same incredible items you know and love! Here, Try The World’s Chief Product Officer Hugo Facchin tells the story of the box and what you can look forward to finding inside.
Curating chef of the France Box Christophe Schmitt is an acclaimed chef who’s best known for his achievements at Michelin-starred Le Diane in Paris. Here, he talks to Try The World about his new venture in the south of France.
The Clément Faugier chestnut cream from the France Box is a versatile indulgence that can be prepared in more ways than we can count! Plus, the tube it’s packed in makes it incredibly easy to use. In case you’re struggling to finish yours off, we’ve got plenty of ideas to inspire you in the kitchen.
Fun fact about Try The World: close to a quarter of the team is French!