Includes Three Delicious Recipes
Fish tacos are traditionally found in Baja California. "Baja California" is not part of California or the US. It is the northernmost and westernmost state of the 32 Federal entities of Mexico! "Baja California" means "lower California" - the only state that is not contiguous to Mexico because it is separated by the Sea of Cortez.
Chili is a wholly American dish with traditional Mexican spices. The earliest description of chili is from San Antonio in 1828, as a way to make a little meat go a long way - with lots of chopped vegetables! It was featured at the 1893 World Fair in Chicago, and by the roaring '20s there were chili joints across the country.
Chicken Cacciatore Pasta
Cacciatore means “hunter” in Italian and in the kitchen, “alla cacciatore” means a dish prepared “hunter-style” with onions, herbs, tomatoes, wine and sometimes peppers. It is a tasty stew, slowly braised to bring out the flavor of the chicken, herbs and vegetables. It is believed that chicken Cacciatore originated in Central Italy back in the Renaissance period when poultry parts were slowly cooked with vegetables that could be found in the woods.
Each Explorer Box Includes
(4 servings each)
3 popular dishes from each country with easy-to-follow instructions for chefs ages 5 and up
Sourced Non-Perishable Ingredients
unique seasonings that will transform fresh ingredients into a cultural culinary experience
explorer guide designed by educational experts that teaches your budding chef about culture, history, and food traditions of your chosen destination
Educational Activity Sheets
make learning fun with interactive word puzzles, math problems, and thematic quizzes
Fun Cooking Tools
start your collection of fun cooking tools for your budding chef that will come in handy for all of your culinary explorations
remember the destinations you’ve visited on your culinary adventures with our eat2explore passport with country stickers and country flag pins from around the world
take control over your meals by choosing fresh, local ingredients that satisfy your family’s dietary preferences and/or restrictions
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What explore box packages do you offer?
Subscribe to our Featured Country or pick and choose from our selection of individual boxes and bundles. With every Featured Country subscription package, you will receive a new country box each month. With our individual country boxes or continent bundles, you can try us without any obligations. The longer your subscription package or the more individual boxes you order, the greater the discount!
What items are in each explore box?
Every month you will receive a new explore box complete with: 3 easy-to-follow recipes, our pre-measured spice/sauce mixes for each recipe, shopping list, explore country brochure, activity sheet, country sticker, flag pin and a fun collectible.
What is the recommended age for eat2explore explore box?
The recommended age for our explore box is 5 years old or older.
Do you accommodate food allergies?
Our ingredients are handled in facilities that process milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soy, gluten, and sulfites. We recommend you use your best judgment when considering dietary restrictions, but you can easily modify recipes by omitting ingredients you’d like to avoid.
To help you make as informed a decision as possible, all of our sauces or spice mixes include a breakdown of ingredients and any of the eight major allergens as recognized by the FDA are clearly identified.
What countries are currently available?
The countries change periodically. Some of the countries included are: France, Spain, Italy, Greece, USA, China, Japan, India, Mexico, Singapore, Israel, Morocco, Lebanon, Ethiopia and Brazil.