As a homeschooling mother, I am always on the lookout for interesting cookbooks to utilize in our home. “Recipes from Around the World” provides just such an experience. This soft-covered cookbook includes 34 different recipes from around the world.
With recipes from around the world including from Asia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Israel, Kenya, Mexico, Peru, and the United States, this little book offers a large variety of choices.
Some of the recipes had familiar names such as Swiss Steak, Enchiladas, plus Rice and Beans. Other recipes were not at all familiar to me, such as Gado Gado from Asia, Shashuka from Israel, and Loma Saltada. Yet, they inspired me to learn more about the recipes as well as the countries they are from too.
In addition to the recipes, each country has an introduction with information such as about Operation Blessing building a well for clean drinking and cooking water in the Nuu’s village. Nuu is an elderly woman who needed safe water in order to live.
Operation Blessing strives to improve the conditions of people around the world. The proceeds from this cookbook will help achieve that goal. They do everything from disaster relief to clean water.
So if you are looking for an interesting cookbook that offers the opportunity to help those less fortunate across the globe, check out this cookbook for yourself. You can get your own copy of this cookbook here for a donation of any size.
Also, you have the opportunity to get free recipe cards. They are pleased to offer four (4) recipe cards inspired by international recipes from Operation Blessing’s latest cookbook, “Recipes From Around the World.” Anyone can sign up to receive this free gift after which, requests will be processed and delivered straight to their mailbox. by clicking here.
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