Kids Around the World Cook: The Best Foods and Recipes from Many Lands

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Demco Media, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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An international compendium of recipes introduces kids to a world of delicacies that are easy and fun to make

What do Jamaican kids eat for breakfast? What do Japanese families have for dinner? What kinds of treats do Norwegian children have for dessert? Kids Around the World Cook! helps young readers develop an appreciation for other cultures by introducing them to a banquet of recipes from around the world. Kids learn how to make lots of fun meals, including: Indian Sweet Lasi (a yogurt drink), Ethiopian Injera Bread (a thin pancake-shaped bread), Polish Strawberry Soup (which is served cold on hot summer days), and Japanese Kushiyaki (meat and vegetables broiled on skewers). The recipes come from many countries around the world, including the United Kingdom, Mexico, Israel, Cuba, Egypt, South Africa, and Thailand, among many others. In addition, text and sidebars supply plenty of background information on cultural food traditions to help kids learn as they eat!

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User Review  - Darlene - Goodreads

This book has many different recipes incorporated in it, starting with making tea and goes all the way to making desserts. This book has a really good layout for the kids to understand. It would give ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

ARLETTE N. BRAMAN is a former teacher who has written articles for kids in such periodicals as Friend, Pen & Ink and Wild Outdoor World magazines. She is also the author of Wileys Kids Around the World Create! and Kids Around the World Cook!

BILL HELIN is a Tsimshian/Tlingit artist who has illustrated several childrens books on Tsimshian life.

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