Destination Dinners | Recipe Kits From Around the Globe

Destination Dinners | Recipe Kits From Around the Globe

A really unique food gift that combines food and culture from around the world into a gorgeous gift box. The spices are all pre-measured so it is easy for non-cooks, but seasoned chefs will also enjoy the chance to use uncommon spices and sauces that make up these authentic dishes. Every kit also comes with a fun 'Tea & Trivia' quiz about the destination. Perfect for small dinner parties.

  • I have quite a family origins mess; quite Spanish and Italian, a bit Austrian and Hungarian, but, no doubts, the cousine that was [and still is] most present in my live was the Italian one. Now, this kit will bring to perfection m... I have quite a family origins mess; quite Spanish and Italian, a bit Austrian and Hungarian, but, no doubts, the cousine that was [and still is] most present in my live was the Italian one. Now, this kit will bring to perfection most of my dishes!

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