International Flavor: No Passport Required

To kick things off for International Foods Week, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite kitchen tools, tasty treats and uncommon knowledge that celebrate cuisine from every corner of the globe. Stay tuned the rest of the week for yummy international recipes.

What’s your favorite foreign food? Share in the comments below!

International Foods Week

From top left: Tagine, $60. Molinillo, $15. Wine Wafers, $10. Pizza Slicer, $36. Bamboo Serving Tray, $50. V’reens Appetizer & Dessert Tray, $50.

Written by Missy

Born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, Missy wrote her first book “The Forgetful Easter Bunny” at age 6. Before attending college at the University of Missouri, she enjoyed a full career of writing and passing notes to friends during class as well as writing for school yearbooks and newspapers. She moved to New York in 2007, and has been at UncommonGoods ever since. Missy likes playing outside, watching thunderstorms, eating dessert first, dancing at weddings and giving people hugs.

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