Happy 4th of July from Try The World! We hope you’re enjoying a fun-filled celebration with plenty to eat and a front-row view of the fireworks. To mark the occasion, we’ve rounded up our favorite products from each of our 2016 boxes with tips about how to use any items that might remain in your kitchen.
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Did you know that there was a French king who only reigned for 20 minutes? Or that the first face transplant was performed in France? There’s a lot more to this incredible country than you might think. Here are 11 things to know about 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.
Did you know that Paris has the highest number of theaters in the world per capita? For every popcorn-fueled theater outing or tearjerker at home, we are largely indebted to the French for their ingenuity in creating such a massive industry. This is the French movie industry’s history.
Grilling season is in full swing, and there’s no better time to get started than this Father’s Day! Try The World’s Shop is stocked with every seasoning you might need for the weekend. Check out our picks below and order your favorites for the big day!
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.
Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer grilling. In honor of warm weather and all things outdoors, we’ve created the ultimate grilling menu, complete with appetizers, sides, and dessert—and some drinks of course!
This little coffee break that we’ve come to know as fika is one of the most quintessential Swedish traditions. Whether doing fika alone or with friends, at home or in the office, the most important thing is that everyone enjoy it at least once during the day. Read on to discover what local Swedes enjoy during their own fika coffee breaks.
No wonder everyone loves the mustard from the Sweden Box: husband and wife duo Olle and Liss Ellas are obsessed with mustard and know everything about it. From selecting the particular variety of seeds they harvest to preparing the condiment with the right blend of seasonings, it’s their incredible attention to detail that makes Liss Ellas mustard so special. Here’s the story behind the brand.
If there’s one berry that is synonymous with Sweden, it’s the lingonberry, and what an incredible berry it is! Not only are they topped onto a variety of savory Swedish dishes, but thanks to their abundance of vitamins, minerals, and more, they’ve also been used to treat a variety of ailments in folk medicine. In case you still have leftovers from your Sweden Box, we’ve got plenty of ideas to help you finish the entire jar of Hafi lingonberry preserve.