*This product only ships on Tuesdays, with an order deadline of midnight Monday. If you place your order after midnight Monday, it will ship the following Tuesday.

 

Expand your child’s culinary horizons with this fun and nutritious kit including 2 dozen fresh Peconic Escargot, kid-friendly recipes, escargot baking dish, snail picks, and the children’s book, Let’s Eat Snails!

 

Serve Something New Tonight!

 

About the book:

Let's Eat Snails! by Barbara Barcellona Smith

Illustrations by Karen Lewis

 

Hardcover

32 Pages

 

Let's Eat Snails takes young readers on an ethnic culinary adventure. In a Sicilian-American household, cooked snails are the ultimate treat, as one young visitor comes to delight in understanding. This captivating story serves up a lesson in the value of being open-minded and not being afraid of what you don't know.

Let’s Eat Snails celebrates Italian-American culture through a story that introduces kids to its familial and culinary traditions. When Margie visits the Barcellona family home, she isn’t ready for what the Sicilian family is bringing to the table: snails! Margie embarks on a culinary adventure in harvesting, purifying, and cooking snails to find that they are, in fact, delizioso! Savor this heartwarming tale from author Barbara Barcellona-Smith’s childhood, delightfully illustrated by the prolific Karen Lewis. Let’s Eat Snails recognizes our differences and shows that what sets us apart also brings us together.

 

*This product only ships on Tuesdays, with an order deadline of midnight Monday. If you place your order after midnight Monday, it will ship the following Tuesday.

Let's Eat Snails! Family Pack

$65.00Price
  • Our finest fresh escargot. This is a bag of 2 dozen (24 pieces) snails still in their original shell. Perfect for recipes that require you to serve the snail in the shell. 

    These are fresh Petit Gris snails raised at Peconic Escargot in Cutchogue NY. The snails are raised with great care and fed wild foraged greens like burdock, clover, sorrel, and dandelion. After all, if they were in the wild, that's exactly what they'd be eating. Why feed them anything else? Once the snails are ready for processing, they're finished on a diet of herbs like mint, basil, and tarragon. Those herbs become prominent nuances in the snail's ultimate flavor profile.

    2 dozen snails will provide 2-4 servings.

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