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Kids' Multicultural Cookbook: Food and Fun Around the World (Kids Can!)
Kids' Multicultural Cookbook Offers an introduction to foods around the world. This title helps children to learn about other cultures through recipes for over 75 ethnic dishes. It includes such recipes as: Birthday Noodles with Peanut Sauce (China), Potato Champs (Ireland), Paprika Cheese Sticks (Hungary), Maori Bread (New Zealand), and Apple Pancakes (Germany). Full desc ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published July 9th 2008 by Ideals Publishing Corporation,U.S.
(first published September 1st 1995)
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Dec 09, 2010 Julie Suzanne added it · review of another edition
My 10-year-old and I reading this all the way through and trying most of the recipes. We've learned some really cool facts about kids in other countries, and my son is absolutely taking off with the cooking. He cooked a Thai dish tonight for my parents, and was motivated to make a quick bread totally independently as well. I highly recommend this book to parents who want to provide a multi-cultural cooking course to their kids.
Another fantastic non-fiction book for kids from Williamson Publishing. I don't think this cookbook is in stores anymore, although many libraries seem to carry it. This book is interesting for adults as well, since it's full of delicious and cultural recipes. You also learn a thing or two about the world. The fondue recipe is one of my favorites.
This is a children's cookbook with recipes from all over the world. Interesting facts are interspersed between teh recipes and pictures. Cultural tidbits about how children live, games they play and what they eat are included as well. You can choose some of the easier recipes, which are all rated based on difficulty, to cook in your classroom. Tzatziki from Greece or strawberry freezes from Cuba are som eexamples that don't require any cooking and children can manage with a little supervision.