Try the World | Paris

I first heard about Try the World through one of their ads on Facebook. Since I dream of being able to travel the world and experience different cultures and cuisine I knew this had to be on my list of things to try. Not being one for spicy food, Morocco (although one of locations in the latest spy novel I’m writing) was a culinary culture I wasn’t ready to try. So, when the email came announcing they would have their Paris box available I went for it.

Each box comes with a Culture Guide.
Each box comes with a Culture Guide.

Some of the awesome things included in the Culture Guide are suggested movies and music along with other facts about the countries cuisine you will be enjoying.

Some of the goodies included in the box.
Some of the goodies included in the box.
Since the main ingredient in these biscuits is butter, mum was the one to try them out.
Since the main ingredient in these biscuits is butter, mum was the one to try them out.
I plan on recreating some of Amelie's Chicken Salad with this mustard. YUM!
I plan on recreating some of Amelie’s Chicken Salad with this mustard. YUM!
Fig Jam and French Honey
Fig Jam and French Honey

Figs are a recent favorite of mine, but it’s something that my mum has been enjoying for awhile. I’m quite excited to try out these two on some wafer crackers with some fresh chèvre. Time to plan a trip up to Whole Foods for some Goat Brie!

Salted Caramels...
Salted Caramels…
Three different flavors to try. I have to say I'm most excited about the Jasmine tea.
Three different flavors to try. I have to say I’m most excited about the Jasmine tea.
Last but not least we have the Fleur de Sel. Not sure when I'll use this salt, but I'm sure I'll think up something delicious!
Last but not least we have the Fleur de Sel. Not sure when I’ll use this salt, but I’m sure I’ll think up something delicious!

Interested in trying out a Try the World Subscription for yourself? You can visit their site here. You can subscribe by-monthly, semi-annually or yearly. This months box is from Argentina.

~thefoodie

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Try the World | Paris

  1. Okay, you talked me into it. Ordered it for our daughter in Raleigh and our son and his girlfriend in New Orleans. I think they will love it.

    Thank you for a great review

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