Cooking the Brazilian Way
From the Series Easy Menu Ethnic Cookbooks 2nd Edition
The fifth largest country in the world, Brazil stretches across nearly half of South America. Home to a vibrant blend of indigenous, African, European, and immigrant cultures, Brazil boasts a diverse cuisine. Beans, rice, manioc, tropical fruits, meats, and fresh vegetables form the basis for many traditional Brazilian dishes. With delicious recipes for Brazilian staples such as Farofa, Xinxim, and Feijoada, discover the spicy flavors of Brazil.
|Interest Level||Grade 5 - Grade 12|
|Reading Level||Grade 6|
|Category||Makerspace, Makerspace: Cooking|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Lerner Publications ™|
The Horn Book Guide
“These cookbooks feature recipes for such traditions fare as lamb kebabs, as well as lower-fat and vegetarian dishes. Introductory sections on each country’s culture and cuisine provide excellent material for school reports. Glossaries of exotic ingredients and substitutions for hard-to-find items are included. Most recipes require extensive adult supervision.” —The Horn Book Guide
Author: Karin L. Duro
Author: Alison Behnke
Born in Rochester, Minnesota, Alison Behnke had the good fortune to live in Rome, Italy, for three years while in grade school. Not only did this move expand her horizons enormously and introduce her to one of the world’s best and most beautiful cities, but it provided her with a wealth of writing material. Even before her Roman holiday, however, Alison knew that she wanted to be an author—a desire which, according to her parents, she first voiced around age six. Good teachers, avid reading, and a children's librarian for a mother all fed the fire. Alison went on to take a degree in English with a focus on Creative Writing, and at present count she has written more than thirty books. Alison lives in Minneapolis, and when she's neither reading nor writing, she spends her time on pursuits including photography, travel, and striving to make the perfect espresso.