Author: Arlette N. Braman
What do kids in Jamaica eat for
breakfast? How can you make a delicious
loaf of challah bread? Who created
the first chocolate chip cookie?
Let your curiosity—and appetite—run
wild while you learn how to make
scrumptious delicacies from cultures
across the globe.
Kids Around the World Cook!
takes you on a taste-bud-tingling
tour to lands far and near with
a fun assortment of trivia and lots
of safe and easy-to-make recipes.
Begin your meal in Ethiopia, as
you sample the thin, pancake-shaped
bread called injera, then take off
to Japan, where you can make the
mouthwatering traditional dinner
called kushiyaki. Visit India on
a hot summer day and enjoy the yummy
taste of lassi, a sweet yogurt drink,
and finish off your meal in Egypt
with baklawa, a flaky pastry made
with nuts, coconut, and butter.
This is a fabulous blend of fascinating
facts and delicious recipes. Impress
your family and friends and, best
of all, sample all of the tasty
results of your exciting excursions.