For a fusion of Mediterranean flavors, make this tomato toast inspired by Italy and Spain – it’s both tart and savory!
An indulgent combination of sweet mustard, garlic, broccoli rabe, and provolone, this grilled cheese might just become your new favorite. Be sure you don’t skimp on the balsamic at the end—it adds wonderful flavor to this fantastic sandwich!
Miss our first #ToastTuesday recipe on Snapchat? We’ve got you covered! This quick and easy avocado toast makes the perfect brunch or midday snack. Give this California-favorite some international flair by using your Try The World ingredients to taste the trend from your own kitchen.
Typically enjoyed for breakfast and called pa amb tomàquet in Catalan, Pan con Tomate is traditionally made by rubbing a ripe tomato on a toasted piece of day-old bread. In a twist on the classic, Powell uses jarred tumaca sauce from the Spain Box to make the preparation even easier. Sliced heirloom tomatoes add an extra punch of tomato flavor.
Imagine your classic cookies and cream milkshake, but better. That’s right! We said it, and we dare you to try it. With Gille’s double chocolate crips from the Sweden Box, these milkshakes are absolutely irresistible.
Have you heard of the superfruit called açaí? It’s popping up everywhere! It turns out that this new American obsession is native to Brazil—and Brazilians have been eating it long before Instagram ever caught wind of it.
What hot dog stands are to New York, crêpe stands are to Paris. They’re everywhere! With this simple recipe, you can bring these iconic Parisian crêpe stands home. Plus, the batter keeps well in the fridge for several days, so you don’t have to make them all at once.
Citron Pressé is the French version of lemonade, a DYI type of beverage where café patrons are presented with ice water, lemon, and sugar, and invited to make their own mixture at the table. Here, we take the labor out of the drink and add a floral note.
With layers of tomatoes and the persillade herb blend from the France Box, this rustic tart is the perfect way to embrace the fresh flavors of summer.
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.