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Bonjour! We hope your taste buds are enjoying exploring French cuisine and other cuisines from around the world. Enjoy these activities to extend the fun!

A Spotify Playlist

Sing along to these French themed songs while you cook in our custom made playlist via Spotify.

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Blue Cheese Dressing Recipe

Create a delicious homemade blue cheese dressing and serve atop a bed of greens filled with leftover Steak Frites, cherry tomatoes, and other garden favorites. Recipe available for download here!


Global Taste Passport Recipes

Impress your taste buds with 3 delicious cuisines from countries around the world.  Enjoy Miso Soup from Japan, Muesli from Switzerland, and Moroccan Couscous from North Africa, available for download here, here and here.



Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt

Discover ingredients from around the world in the global aisle of your local grocery store.  The grocery store scavenger hunt is available for download here.


French Apps

Teach your Rad-Kids the beautiful French language with this delicious app by MindSnacks. "Learn French" is available on iTunes

Bon Appetit Lesson Plan

At Raddish, we believe the kitchen is the tastiest place to learn!  And Raddish is a terrific supplement to your homeschool curriculum. Subscribe to Raddish for a FREE lesson plan each month (via our Shopping List email).  Each lesson plan divides your kit into 4, 45-90 minute lessons you can use and adapt to support your homeschool study, pre-k – middle school.


At Raddish, we strive to accommodate the needs of all families.  Below please find some recommended substitutes for our Rad-Families with dietary restrictions. Measurements may vary based on substitute. 

 Corner Bistro Steak Frites >> use portobello mushrooms (in place of meat), coconut oil or Earth Balance (in place of butter). 

Ooh La La! Crepes >> use coconut oil or Earth Balance (in place of butter); almond milk (in place of milk); mashed banana, applesauce, ENER-G egg replacer or flax egg (in place of eggs).  To make flax egg use 1 Tbsp ground flax to 3 Tbsp water for every egg needed.