Food, Life At Home

Explore The World One Bite At A Time

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For the longest time I hated cooking. I could make a mean grilled cheese, and don’t even test me on my scrambled eggs, but anything more than that was pretty much a flop.

Over the last few months I’ve broken out of my shell and have been trying new recipes here and there. Slowly it has broadened my taste and now I have secretly found a love for cooking (who knew?!)

Yummy Bazaar has helped with that. This unique food subscription box has me wanting to try foods from all over the world. I have not had many opportunities to travel and try new food, but for this affordable price Yummy Bazaar offers so many foods from different areas around the globe, and delivers it right to your door.

With Yummy Bazaar you can shop by region. They can provide food from so many countries and locations:

  • Columbia
  • Eastern Europe
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Scandinavia
  • Southeast Asia
  • Spain, Taiwan
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
  • Other regions


If you’re not sure where you want your food from, but want a certain type of food you can choose from their different gourmets.

  • Baking
  • Beverages
  • Bread
  • Breakfast
  • Candies and chocolates
  • Condiments and sauces
  • Dried fruit, nuts and seeds
  • Herbs and spices
  • Jams, honeys and spreads
  • Oils and vinegars
  • Pastas and sauces
  • Pastries and desserts
  • Pickles, olives and spreads
  • Rice, noodle, bean, and grains
  • Snacks
  • Soup meals and stock
  • Specialty fruit and veggie
  • Specialty meat and seafood
  • Truffles

They have tons of items to browse, and different types of subscription boxes to choose from.

We received a World Sampler box that we have loved. Everything inside was so unique and delicious. I have loved sharing these items with my daughter who is now trying all sorts of new foods. Here are some of the awesome items we were sent:

Guinness Chips from the United Kingdom

These chips go wonderfully with Guinness beer. They are crispy and the perfect snack to chow down on when you need a bite to eat.


French Brioche Chocolate Croissant from France

This delicious croissant makes you feel like you are right in Paris. It is so light and delicious. Between my daughter and I this didn’t last long!

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Salted Striped Lithuanian Sunflower Seeds from Lithuania

These have traveled with us in the car for us to snack on. They are the perfect salty treat, and amazingly delicious.

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Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies from Korea

Thankfully we received two of these cookies because my husband and I would have fought over just the one. They have that great crispy taste, and the chocolate hazelnut tastes amazing.


Bombon Supercoco Coconut Lollipops from Columbia

This was such an interesting, unique taste! It almost tasted like a chocolate caramel flavor. I have never had a coconut lollipop, so I can now check that off my list of things to try.

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Samsa Seasoning from Russia

This is the only thing I have not tasted yet. I have gathered a recipe for a Russian Samsa recipe that this seasoning goes on. I am so excited to try it and have heard it is wonderful.


Dulce de Leche Mini Arequipe (caramel) from Columbia

Yum, yum, yum! We have some apples that we dipped into this amazing dip. When we ran out of apples, we just used our fingers.

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If you are looking for a unique food subscription box at a great price you should definitely check out Yummy Bazaar. I promise you won’t regret it!

Thanks to Yummy Bazaar for partnering with me on this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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