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Everybody Eats Lunch Board book – May 25, 2008
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Two nights ago I made the pickles and rice balls with smoked salmon. I even brought the ingredients to the office and made my own version for lunch yesterday. Since then we've been searching for more Japanese foods we can make and I've started to visit a local Asian market. It turns out my kids also love bean cakes.
I've also made several of the Mexican dishes. After not being able to find Dulce de Leche at Whole Foods, I ventured into a Mexican market and found many new foods for my family to try. We also enjoyed the Rusks from South Africa and have added several of the fruits.
Everybody Eats Lunch is the first children's cookbook that has entertained my kids and introduced me to adult foods I want to eat. It's our new favorite gift and I look forward to future books by the author.
Conceptually - great! In a time when we hardly think about what we put in ourselves for nourishment - this book really connects us to taking the time and thought to create something special while spending time with one another learning. What a great perspective to give children about the world they live in.
They love to take out the pieces from the entire book and reassemble them.
A great way to teach kids so many things--cooking, culture, math, reading, telling time, and, most importantly, that there's lunch beyond chicken nuggets.
We cook something from it at least every week and the recipes are well-tested.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to a share a fun an educational gift with a child.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exceeded expectations. Wish I had it when I was teaching pre-school as it would have been an asset with the cultural/food theme. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Brenda K. Dodds
I purchased the kindle version, but it doesn't appear to be a way to open the flaps to see the recipes! I bought the book so I could try the recipes with my boys. Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by mom of 2 boys
My son loves this book. It's an easy read and the illustrations are amazing. I would highly recommend this book to all young children to help them learn about different foods.Published on December 19, 2012 by D. Harper
This book is an easy read and very interesting. I plan on making all the recipes with my daughters.Published on March 23, 2010 by mshoney
I am a 2nd grade teacher in Harlem and my class loves reading and playing with this book. They had this to share:
"I liked the Mexico page because it is like the Domican... Read more
I bought this book for my niece and nephew, 5 & 3 years old,and they loved it. zach thinks its great fun to play with the removable pieces while zoe loves to help make the new... Read morePublished on May 23, 2008 by Aaren Chana Mcken