By Lisa Wagner
Introduces readers to real, easy-to-make chinese language and jap recipes that flavor nice, whereas instructing young children approximately nutrition, math and measuring, and following instructions.
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Learning about recipes from around the world teaches you a lot. You learn about different cultures, climates, geography, and tastes. Making international dishes also teaches you about new languages. Did you learn any new Chinese and Japanese words in this book? These new words will help you sound like a native speaker. You’ll be able to use them at restaurants and grocery stores. indd 30 Glossary Sites culture – the behavior, beliefs, art, and other products of a particular group of people. dangerous – able or likely to cause harm or injury.
Lightly grease the baking sheet. Stir flour, salt, sugar, and baking soda together in a large bowl. Add softened butter. Mix with a hand mixer until the mixture looks like crumbs. Blend in the beaten egg and almond extract. Wash your hands. Then squish the mixture together until it forms a smooth dough. 4 Roll a small piece of the dough into a 1-inch ball. Put it on the baking sheet. Gently press down with your fingers to flatten it just a little. Repeat this with the rest of the dough. Place the cookies 2 inches apart on the baking sheet.
4 Roll a small piece of the dough into a 1-inch ball. Put it on the baking sheet. Gently press down with your fingers to flatten it just a little. Repeat this with the rest of the dough. Place the cookies 2 inches apart on the baking sheet. 5 In a small bowl, whisk together the egg yolk and 2 teaspoons water. Use a pastry brush to lightly brush each cookie with the egg mixture. Press an almond in the center of each cookie. 6 7 Bake for 20 to 24 minutes. The cookies are done when they are lightly golden on top.