During the months of May and June, we’re sending Try The World subscribers the Sweden Box. Curated by Chef Emma Bengtsson and filled with incredible treats from Sweden, it’s one of our most popular boxes to date! To celebrate its release, we teamed up with Sockerbit, a Swedish candy store in New York City to host our launch event.
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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.
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!
Choux pastry is one of the essential doughs of French dessert. It’s the foundation of cream puffs, eclairs, beignets, and more. This version takes the classic cream puff dessert and turns it into an appetizer by replacing the cream filling with Roquefort cheese.
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.
Try The World is about exploring the world through food. It’s also about bringing people together and learning about new cultures. This month, Try The World’s Dalanee Hester speaks to a former Francophile and newly converted Spainophile who shares our obsession with Anthony Bourdain and an expertly curated pantry.