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From your table to the world

What country or culture does the food you eat originate from? Learn about how migration, history, and culture intertwines with the food we eat in the children's book From Your Table to the World. This kid's book takes students on a journey across the world to learn about how cultural traditions spread and influence the food we eat today. The travel book features a glossary, after-reading questions, and an extension activity to enhance reading comprehension skills.

The Garbage Pail Kids cookbook

gross has never been so tasty!
Learn to cook and eat like a real Garbage Pail Kid with more than 35 delicious, and mostly healthy recipes.

This is not a cookbook

a chef's creative process from imagination to creation
"Chef Flynn McGarry, who at an early age discovered a passion for food and cooking, . . . shares his insights and explores the elements of creativity as he encourages young readers to mix passion, hard work, and their own unique perspective to achieve results that might just be life-changing"--Provided by publisher.

Betty Crocker best 100

favorite recipes from America's most trusted cook
"Celebrate Betty Crocker's 100th anniversary with . . . 100 of her best recipes"--Provided by publisher.

Learn with Betty

techniques and recipes to become a confident cook
A collection of recipes along with cooking tips, tricks, and how-tos.

Y'all eat yet?

welcome to the pretty b*tchin' kitchen
Miranda Lambert collected recipes from all the women in her life, including her mom, grandma, and a colorful bunch of best friends, delivering satisfying and easy-to-prepare food alongside charming stories.


un poema para cocinar
A cooking poem with text in both Spanish and English, following a young chef as she puts on her apron and prepares a simple recipe while she sings and dances in her kitchen.

The antiracist kitchen

21 stories (and recipes)
"A collection of stories and recipes about antiracism from 21 North American children's authors"--Provided by publisher.

The best ever bread book

What's the main ingredient of bread? Flour! Find out how it is made, then use it to bake 20 . . . recipes from around the world"--Provided by publisher.

A woman's place

the inventors, rumrunners, lawbreakers, scientists & single moms who changed the world with food
"Discover the hidden figures of food, the women who changed the way we eat. From Julia Child to the inventor of the dishwasher to the suffragettes who published cookbooks to finance their fight for justice, these trailblazers used the power of food to break barriers and change the world"--Back cover.


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