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10 Top Tasting Recipes From My Students (Top 10 Tasty World Cuisines) [Kindle Edition]

Joel Debouvries
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Book Description

This is quite a different cookbook, as unaltered recipes from my students are included, in their authentic forms.

What happens when a teacher asks his students: “What does your mom or dad like to cook most?” The answer is very simple: a child asking mom or dad what their favourite recipe is, and if they are willing to cook for the teacher and the classroom.

As a teacher in an international school, my classrooms are filled with students from around the world. Some are expats while other students are asylum seekers, hoping for a better future. Interestingly, all these students share one thing: to proudly share one of the best foods from their countries.

This recipe book contains recipes from the following students:

- Samira, from Lebanon.
- Aemillio, from Mexico.
- Achara, from Thailand.
- Sastri, from Northern India.
- Sau, from China.
- Braulio, from Brazil.
- Yamaguchi, from Japan.
- Elena, from Tuscany.
- Ana, from Portugal.
- Pilar, from Peru.

Relive the experiences I had in our school kitchen, where students and their parents prepared these authentic dishes with a tremendous amount of passion.

Warning: these recipes could be a new experience. Be prepared for some explicit flavours.

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About the Author

Joel is a former teacher at various international schools around the world. He currently teaches elementary students in a small rural school.

Product Details

  • File Size: 180 KB
  • Print Length: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Prohet Publishing (May 10, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00827CVKU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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4.0 out of 5 stars Around the world in 10 recipes! May 12, 2012
By Kellie
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Sounded interesting and since it popped up free today, decided to give it a try.
The 10 recipes/region of origin the author includes are:
Kibbet Batata (Lebanon), Carne Asada (Mexico), Tom Yam Kung (Thailand), Rogan Josh (Northern India), Shanghai Filled Soup (China), Feijoada (Brazil), Okonomiyaki (Japan), Ribollita (Tuscany), Cataplana (Portugal), and Aji de gallina (Peru).
I've tasted variations of several of these I think but I never knew what they were called. The 3 I've recognized for sure are the Carne Asada, Tom Yam Kung, and the Ribollita.
A few of the recipes list no specific quantities of certain items, which didn't seem too crucial as many cooks can't help but adapt recipes to personal taste anyway. But as cooks vary, so may your mileage.
Some ingredient quantities are listed in metrics, but I don't think it was too many. Plus, I keep my conversion chart close at hand.
Looking forward to trying a few of these.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting August 8, 2012
By Jrwolf
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This recipe book is interesting and I will buy one for my grandchild who is in college now. I find it to be helpful for her and will help her squeeze her food expenses
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