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Cooking: A World of New Tastes Volumes 1 through 5 by Julie James

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Food bar: Self-serve container garnished with fresh parsley, fresh mint, or green onion tops. Other Bulgur is a main ingredient of the Armenian diet. Using the name Armenian salad would link the new menu item to a specific culture, as well as give the customers an indication that it will be a salad. Culinary Tip There’s lots of ways you can promote new international tastes in your cafeteria. Explore the opportunities. Brainstorm with students, teachers, and parents on different foods to try next!

2 gal 2 qt ...... 13 lb 8 oz ..... 5 gal ............. 1. Wash broccoli. Cut heads into florets. Dice stems. Lowfat mayonnaise .............. Sugar ..................................... White vinegar ....................... Lowfat milk ........................... 2 lb ............... 1 qt ............... 4 lb ............... 2 qt ............... 1 lb ............... 2 cups ........... 2 lb ............... 1 qt ............... 1/4 cup ........... 1/2 cup ........... 1/4 cup ........... 1/2 cup ...........

Teachers and food service staff can work together to promote special events. School food service staff can cook up some culturally diverse ethnic recipes and menu items for service in the cafeteria, or for taste tests in the classroom. Teachers can plan an international theme complete with decorations for the cafeteria and/or classroom, and include entertainment, displays, and typical music. Chef’s Tip “Now it’s your turn to start Cooking a World of New Tastes for America’s students. These children are our customers, but they’re also our future.

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