31 Days of Must Read Cookbooks {Day 5}

31 Days Of Must Read Cookbooks

I’m taking part in the 31 days challenge this year. As a collector of great cookbooks, I decided to share 31 must read cookbooks. Some of these books will be books that are part of my collection that I have found useful through the years, while others are books I come across in the library.

American Grub - Eats for Kids from All Fifty States


Happy Sunday, everyone! Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend surrounded by their family. Speaking of family…today the cookbook I’m sharing is a perfect one to get those kids in the kitchen with you. American Grub – Eats for Kids from All Fifty States is a book that I used back when I used to teach. It was a family homework activity, where I would “force” parents to get in the kitchen with the kids. 🙂 During our “50 States” unit, I would share this book with my students and they would all pick a state and a recipe to make and home and bring in to share. So much fun! I still love this book.

Here’s the table of contents with the recipes for each state.
American Grub - Eats for Kids from All Fifty States

Here’s a couple examples of what the pages look like and the background information that is included with each state.
American Grub - Eats for Kids from All Fifty States

American Grub - Eats for Kids from All Fifty States

This book is a must read cookbook because it shares a little culture from other states. With each state, it gives a little background information on each state. I love that the recipes are easy enough that kids can make them with a little assistance. Fun for all!

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3 Responses to 31 Days of Must Read Cookbooks {Day 5}

  1. Jennifer says:

    This looks like a fun cookbook! I love teaching my kids to cook, I might have to check this book out. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Jenny says:

    Oh my goodness how fun! This would be great as we study American History this year.

  3. Oh how fun! My kids will love this. They like helping me in the kitchen.

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