Warm and flavorful, Thai curry dishes are invariably comforting. If you’re like us and can’t get enough of Nittaya’s curry paste from the Thailand Box, consider using it in other ways that go beyond the basic curry dish. We’ve got plenty of ideas to get you started.
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The tradition of fruit carving in Thailand supposedly began as a way to create table decorations for Thailand’s Royal Family. By using a sharp knife and fresh vegetables, you too can try your hand at this famous art. Then, whip out a few of your own creations to spruce up a salad or table centerpiece.
The Swedish julbock, or yule goat, is said to be an invisible spirit that ensures all holiday preparations are carried out properly. Bring the spirit of the julbock into your home with this fun, DIY felt ornament.
St. Lucia’s Day, a holiday celebrated in Scandinavia on December 13th, commemorates the girl who brought food to persecuted Christians in Rome many centuries ago. This is the legend of the real Lucia behind the holiday.
Known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday that celebrates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Read on to learn 8 fun facts about the holiday—one for each night.
Thanksgiving celebrates the cooperation of early American cultures through a rich fusion of ingredients and traditions. You too can continue this tradition by cooking with international ingredients from Try The World boxes.