Date Nights: Skip restaurant crowds and/or get involved after the kiddos go to bed. Turn this date night in into a fun adventure, cooking side-by-side with some music and drinks within reach, of course!
Dinner Parties: Serve your guests something new and exciting (and be confident that it'll turn out great!). Better yet, have your guests roll up their sleeves too... the Sushi Kit is particularly fun to make as a group. Check out How to Throw a Sushi Party.
Family Fun: Let your little ones act as your sous chef, exposing them to new experiences and flavors. If your kids love sushi, they will love to make it too! This is such a fun activity to do as a family, and it's easier than you think.
Gifts: Need to get a gift for someone who likes to cook, eat and/or travel (or is impossible to get gifts for)? This isn't just your typical gift, it's an experience, a cooking adventure in a box! Global Grub Kits can be a small hostess gift (starting at $10) to a special occasion gift (like the Cook Your Way Around the World Gift Box that's $64.99, plus free shipping) and everything in between.
How else are you using your Global Grub Kits?
PS - These illustrations were done by my mommy friend. Didn't she do a fabulous job!?!? It's always great to do business with friends. Thanks Amy!
Mochi ice cream is so popular, it’s become a staple at Whole Foods and Safeway, and even served as the grand finale at the Ice Cream Museum in San Francisco. But can you make this delicious handheld treat at home? YES!!!
Are you ready to make ice cream that melts in your mouth, not in your hands? Use your favorite ice cream, as long as its regular/firm. Below are the instructions from the DIY Mochi Ice Cream Kit, or check out our cooking video...
Mochi ice cream is all the rage these days, and with good reason! The soft silky outer layer encapsulates a dollop of cold creamy ice cream, making it a fun handheld treat. Here’s some tasty history behind mochi ice cream...