WINDOWKIDS Recipes of the 10/40 Window: A Cookbook for Kids: Traditional Recipes from Afghanistan to Yemen

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InterVarsity Press, Jul 10, 2007 - Cooking - 78 pages
Experiencing the countries of the 10/40 Window is as close as your own kitchen. This unique cookbook is full of fun and easy recipes that can be prepared alongside children. Together you will experience foods from over sixty other cultures. Most ingredients are found in your local grocery store but are prepared in a way that is particular and special to each country. The convenient spiral binding makes it easier to locate the recipe and keeps it open flat. These recipes are a hit with mission-minded families. It is also an educational tool used to inform our children about how children in other countries eat. From Afghanistan to Yemen, try them all. The 10/40 Window represents a rectangular area of the world, extending from 10 to 40 degrees north of the equator and spanning the globe from western Africa to eastern Asia. The term refers to this general region of the world with greatest human suffering combined with least exposure to Christianity.
 

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Contents

Afghanistan
1
Albania
2
Algeria
3
Azerbaijan
4
Bahrain
5
Bangladesh
6
Benin
7
Bhutan
8
Maldives
38
Mali
39
Mauritania
40
Mongolia
41
Morocco
43
Myanmar
44
Nepal
45
Niger
46

BruneiSnack
9
Burkina Faso
11
Cambodia
12
Chad
13
China
14
Djibouti
15
East Timor
16
Egypt
18
Eritrea
19
Ethiopia
20
Guinea
22
Guineabissau
23
India
24
Indonesia
25
Iran
26
Iraq
27
Israel
28
Japan
29
Jordan
30
Kazakhstan
31
Kuwait Snack
32
Kyrgyzstan
33
Laos
34
Lebanon
35
Libya
36
Malaysia
37
Nigeria
47
North Korea
48
Oman
49
Pakistan
50
Qatar
51
SaudiArabia
52
Senegal
53
Somalia
54
SriLanka
55
Sudan
56
Syria
57
Taiwan
58
Tajikistan
59
Thailand
60
The Gambia 21
61
Tunisia
62
Turkey
63
Turkmenistan
64
United Arab Emirates
65
Uzbekistan
67
Vietnam
68
West Bank Gaza Strip
69
Western Sahara
70
Yemen Snack
72
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