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Cooking Class Global Feast!: 44 Recipes That Celebrate the World's Cultures

4.50  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Food is a fun way to celebrate diversity, and in her new kids’ cookbook, best-selling author Deanna F. Cook leads young chefs on a tasty tour of global cultures and cuisines. Kids gain practical kitchen skills through preparing breakfasts, drinks, snacks, dinners, and desserts from around the world. Alongside recipes for foods such as Irish soda bread, ANZAC biscuits, rame ...more
Kindle Edition, 144 pages
Published October 29th 2019 by Storey Publishing, LLC
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Rebecca Reviews
May 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Deanna F. Cook’s Cooking Class Global Feast! is a nicely designed and well-organized kids cookbook featuring a range of delicious recipes from around the world. The book is filled with simple and easy-to-follow recipes with lots of step-by-step pictures. It’s an excellent resource for the young cook and baker in your life!

This cookbook is well-designed with a bright and colourful layout that will really appeal to kids. I also really like the food and cultural facts sprinkled throughout the book. They
Jul 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Celebrate the world’s diverse cultures through food. This book is wonderful because it assumes basic skills need instruction. It covers preparing breakfasts, drinks, snacks, dinners, and desserts from around the world. Some recipes include Irish Soda Bread, ANZAC biscuits, ramen noodle soup, and mango lassi. All recipes are either ones that kids will like or that will help them to explore their palette. Each has step-by-step instruction with photos, background about the dish and traditions. The ...more
Sarah Z
Oct 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I received an ARC of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

This was a fantastic cook book for children. It features easy recipes from all over the world and step by step visual instructions on how to make the dishes. It explains different types of food which are native to places that might seem foreign to North Americans, for example, different fruits and what not.
This had great, delicious recipes and I like to use it myself.

Definitely a great book to use to introduce your
Apr 27, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Vibrant, exciting and packed with delicious recipes from the world over, Global Feast is a terrific (and tasty!) way to encourage children to learn about different cultures from all over the globe.

Cook's passion for the rich and diverse world of global cookery is palpable and contagious, infusing each page with a childlike wonder, and the cast of young chefs introduced to the reader give a wonderful sense of comaraderie. My daughter loved reading about every child and seeing kids her age (young
Jennifer Fischer
Cooking Class Global Feast! is a cookbook that allows children to make and try recipes from around the world. The book begins with an introduction that explains why children should try food from around the world and continues with a list of recipes featured, which is broken down by location and difficulty of the recipe. The book continues with a series of nine lessons that cover topics such as kitchen safety, tools, ingredients, and cooking terms. In my opinion, this is an important feature that ...more
Aug 21, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a charming cookbook that should appeal to elementary and middle grade students. The recipes include lots of photographs of kids actually doing the cooking, and the dishes look yummy. Everything seems to be explained really well, making this a great choice for kids who are interested in trying something new but don't have great confidence in the kitchen yet. .I love the sidebars that include a little background about the kids featured in the photos, and I love the multicultural nature of ...more
Nov 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a terrific cookbook for kids. Recipes aren't too difficult, though some do need parental guidance. I found quite a few recipes I want to try myself (I am an adult, tho' not a great cook...). I love Atakilt wat with injera at a local Ethiopean restaurant. Now I can make my own (but not the injera.). I also love empanadas and they are in this book, so I will be trying them! Caprese salad and Anto-pasti platter also look yummy! The Tabbouleh looks interesting and I enjoy eating it, so that, ...more
Christina  L
Sep 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Thank you to #netgalley for providing this book for our review. This is a great kid’s cookbook with lots of great information besides just recipes. It also has great photos. Some of the recipes are advanced for my 4 year old but can be modified for his abilities. This would be a great gift!
Alicia Bayer
This colorful new international cookbook for kids will be a great fit for some classrooms and families but won't work for our family. While I love all of the photos and great cooking information for kids, the recipes are predominantly wheat and meat based.

We are a gluten free family and I tend to cook vegetarian since some members of our family are vegetarian and vegan. I also tend towards healthy and all natural cooking, with lots of fresh produce, nuts, healthy oils, whole (gluten
Debbie Tanner
This very fun cookbook shows different kinds of food from all over the world. Deanna Cook has a real gift for explaining cooking terms and content specific vocabulary. She also has a great eye for recipes that will be appealing to kids that are simple enough for them to do. I loved the variety of recipes-there were recipes from all meals as well as snacks and drinks. I also loved the variety of places that were represented, including places that many students will never have heard of. My kids ar ...more
Carro Herdegen
Sep 19, 2019 rated it liked it
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Language: G (0 swears, 0 “f”); Mature Content: G; Violence: G
Your tastebuds can travel the world from your own kitchen with these international recipes. Whether a cooking novice or expert, these new foods are worth a try.
I love how well Cook appeals to her audience of kids. The pictures throughout the book are of children making these recipes from their families’ countries, and Cook gives lots of simple directions with extra mentions of how to follow those directions safely. Readers
Aug 06, 2019 added it  ·  review of another edition
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I think that cookbooks for kids are fantastic! As an experienced cook and cookbook enthusiast, I enjoyed the chance to take a sneak peek at “Cooking Class Global Feast!” The contents are listed in multiple ways: continent, meal, and include a difficulty rating that is clearly explained. Photos are colorful and generally include labels and/or descriptions. Cooking terms are well defined and include reference photos. Photos include a variety of children of different ethnicities and genders. Recipe ...more
Kate  TerHaar
Jul 27, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Great recipes to introduce kids (adults too) to some international flavors and favorite recipes. Easy to find ingredients make the recipes even more appealing. Wonderfully photographed and well explained. I really appreciate that the cultures of different countries are embraced for my young chefs to learn about.
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joyce w. laudon
May 13, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
How funny that the author of this wonderful book is named Cook but she is, and cook she does in this lavishly illustrated volume.

Food and eating are important components of all cultures and both offer a way to easily learn about heritages other than one's own. In this cookbook, there are recipes from many countries; to name just a few, there are things to prepare from Canada, South Africa,Egypt, Nepal, France and Israel. The recipes cover categories including Breakfast, Drinks &
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Jul 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a wonderful way to expose children (and in some cases, parents too) to other places by introducing the one thing every person on earth does - EAT! The book begins by explaining how to prepare yourself, your tools, and foods needed for the recipes. The photos go a long way to educate the reader as to what a particular ingredient looks like. That will come in very handy when grocery shopping.
This book would also be a good tool to be used for Girl Scouts for “World Thinking Day - a da
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