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How This Collection is Used at My School
Cookbooks enjoy heavy use at our school. Students may simply pore over the pictures and recipes (imagining making something) or use them to plan and prepare a meal, most often with an adult at home.
Classroom teachers might use cooking texts to spark conversations about how food reflects and influences culture and identity. An essential question might be: "Why are certain food traditions important to a culture?"
The Food Museum: Exploring and Celebrating Food
An online museum dedicated to discovering, exploring and promoting the world's foods, their histories, and relevance today.
Food Network: Cooking with Kids
Check out easy kid-friendly recipes and tips from Food Network to get the whole family in the kitchen.
The Food Timeline
Ever wonder how the ancient Romans fed their armies? What the pioneers cooked along the Oregon Trail? Who invented the potato chip...and why? So do we!!! Food history presents a fascinating buffet of popular lore and contradictory facts. Some experts say it's impossible to express this topic in exact timeline format. They are correct. Most foods are not invented; they evolve. We make food history fun.
A great selection of children's cookbooks and recipes.
Science of Cooking
Discover how a pinch of curiosity can improve your cooking! Explore recipes, activities, and Webcasts that will enhance your understanding of the science behind food and cooking.
Spatulatta: Cooking for Kids
This website provides recipes that kids can help make with an adult. The creators of this website wrote a cookbook called "The Spatulatta Cookbook" by Isabella and Olivia Gerasole.
Waffles + Mochi
Cheryl Wolf, Librarian
The Neighborhood School (P.S. 363) and S.T.A.R. Academy (P.S. 363)
121 East 3rd Street
New York, NY 10002
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