2 edition of Good for Me Cookbook found in the catalog.
Good for Me Cookbook
June 1982 by R & E Pub .
Written in English
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Description Celebrating health, heritage, education and fun; the National Black Child Development Institute’s Good for Me cookbook is designed for children and families.
Created in partnership with Oldways, the colorful book features 26 recipes that are inspired by the many facets of our heritage from soul food to Caribbean and African cuisine. so what good to a Nook is a hook cook book.
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Brought to you by the National Black Good for Me Cookbook book Development Institute (NBCDI) and Oldways, the culturally relevant Good for Me cookbook focuses on promoting positive nutrition for children and their families, and is particularly inclusive of children of color.
The cookbook is designed to engage children in healthy eating by introducing them to a diverse range of fruits and vegetables - from Avocados to Zucchini.
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The information provided covers a range of areas, including an introduction to hunting techniques, butchery approaches and ways to prepare meat. This makes the book good for beginners, although even experts would learn a few things. This book showcases the power of food, proving cooking is good for the mind, body and soul.
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