Holidays of the World Cookbook for Students by Lois Sinaiko Webb
  

Synopsis

Holidays of the World Cookbook for Students by Lois Sinaiko Webb

What better way to introduce young people to different countries and cultures than to study how others celebrate their holidays? Over 350 proven recipes have been assembled by Lois Sinaiko Webb, coauthor of the bestselling Multicultural Cookbook for Students. Whether young people are researching holiday customs and foods or planning to prepare the meals described in the book, they will find all of the recipes especially adapted for preparation by student chefs. Recommended for grades 4-12.

Reviews

?Make learning about world cultures even more palatable with the Holidays of the World Cookbook for Students....The book combines information about the holidays of many countries with recipes older students might try. Schools which stress multiculturalism will find this title a helpful addition.?-NJEA Review

About the Author

LOIS SINAIKO WEBB is a restaurant consultant and caterer in Seabrook, Texas. She owned and operated a seafood restaurant for 15 years which she closed in 1986 in order to travel and write for many food service publications. In 1988, while in the People's Republic of China, Ms. Webb taught American cooking to 54 chefs in the Jilin Province.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
336 pages

Author

Lois Sinaiko Webb
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Publisher

Greenwood Press an imprint of ABC-CLIO

Publication date

28th December 1995

ISBN

9780897748841


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