What's for dinner in India? What's for dessert in Italy? Teach your kids about 14 countries by cooking up easy recipes created by a teacher and a dietitian. These fun food experiments provide fascinating answers to yummy mysteries like: Why does soda fizz? Do vegetables die when you pick them? What makes peanut butter smooth? Paperback.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 177 Vendor: John Wiley & Sons Publication Date: 1996
Dimensions: 9.25 X 7.50 (inches) ISBN: 047111779X ISBN-13: 9780471117797 Availability: In Stock
Discover the delicious answers as you satisfy your hunger for science!
The Science Chef Travels Around the World is serving up a feast of fun with over 60 easy-to-do food experiments and recipes. Come and join the adventure! You'll travel to 14 fascinating countries--starting in Canada and ending in Ghana--and along the way you'll explore the science secrets of food.
Why does orange soda fizz? Do vegetables really die when you pick them? What makes peanut butter smooth? You'll discover the scientific answers to these and dozens of other yummy mysteries. Plus you'll get to make and eat Sizzling Mexican Chicken Fajitas, tasty Italian Cannoli, Awesome Chinese Egg Rolls, and many other delicious dishes.
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced cook, you can become an International Science Chef, too. All experiments and recipes are kid-tested, include metric equivalents, and require only common ingredients and kitchen utensils. The Science Chef Travels Around the World also includes rules for kitchen safety and a complete nutrition guide.
JOAN D'AMICO has taught cooking to elementary and middle school students and is currently a cooking instructor at Kings Cookingstudio in New Jersey.
KAREN EICH DRUMMOND is a registered dietitian and the author of several cookbooks, including Cook's Healthy Handbook (Wiley). Ms. D'Amico and Ms. Drummond are coauthors of the original Science Chef.