Cooking Up World History: Multicultural Recipes and Resources (Google eBook)

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Libraries Unlimited, 1994 - Cooking - 237 pages
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Take students on a culinary trip around the world and introduce them to other cultures through the recipes, research, readings, and related media offered in this tasty resource. More than 20 countries and regions frequently studied in elementary and middle schools are represented. Each chapter has a brief introduction that describes the cookery of a culture, five to six recipes that provide a complete meal, research questions that connect the culture and food to history, and an annotated bibliography of reading resources and media. Great for social studies and for multicultural extensions. Grades K-6.

  

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Contents

2AUSTRALIA
11
3CANADA
21
4CHINA
31
5COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES
41
6ENGLAND
51
7FRANCE
61
8GERMANY
71
9GREECE
81
17THE NETHERLANDS
157
18SCANDINAVIA
165
19SCOTLAND
177
20SOUTH AMERICA
185
21SOUTHEAST ASIA
195
22SPAIN
203
Answers to Library Links
211
Measurements
219

10INDIA
89
11IRELAND
99
12ITALY
107
13JAPAN
117
14KOREA
127
15MEXICO
135
16MIDDLE EAST
145
Altitude Adjustments
221
Glossary of Cooking Terms
223
Resources About Foods and Cultures
225
Resources in Series
227
Index
231
About the Authors
237
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About the author (1994)

PATRICIA C. MARDEN is an elementary teacher at Belleview Elementary School, Englewood, Colorado, and recipient of the 1991 Colorado Educator Award. She has been a teacher and administrator since 1970.SUZANNE I. BARCHERS, Ed.D., is Managing Editor of Read and Know Your World Extra magazines, Weekly Reader publications. The author of numerous books, she has 15 years of experience as a teacher and administrator and has taught education classes at the college level.

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