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!
The Croque Madame, and its many variations, makes for a popular and quick snack. Originating somewhere around the early 1900s, it incorporates one of the five mother sauces of French cooking: béchamel. This recipe has a slight twist on the classic.
What would our favorite Eggs Benedict be without hollandaise sauce? While they’d still be pretty darn delicious, they wouldn’t be the brunch staple that we’ve come to love and look forward to eating every Sunday. This familiar hollandaise, along with four other classics, is known as one of the five “mother sauces” that form one of the building blocks of French cuisine.
It’s a big day for Try The World: the flagship box is back! When it was first created over three years ago, the Paris Box sold out within the first two days of it’s release, and customer feedback about it was incredible. It’s been a subscriber favorite since the very beginning! Thanks to your praise, we’re bringing this same box—now renamed the France Box—back so you can experience the incredible cuisine of France once again. Here’s a look at what’s inside.
What’s not to love about Mardi Gras? Over the years, one thing has remained true: it’s a great time to indulge. If you’d like to go beyond the traditional Mardi Gras fare of beignets and King Cake, try these delicious treats from France, the home of this lavish holiday.