Food Bundle 4 Books Set by 郝广才 Yu Guang Cai
A heartwarming story that connects memories and daily food familiar to every Chinese individual.
Jiao Zi is about a little girl who misses her mum while she waits for her to come home. Her mother works at the hospital, and often home late. While she waits, she keeps herself busy with toys, sleep, pretend play and imagination. There is a recipe on how to make dumplings in this book too.
妈妈的一碗汤 Mother's Bowl of Soup
Soup has always been part of our Chinese culture, there is always a bowl of soup during meals at home. This beautifully written story by Taiwanese writer is lyrical and poetic, parents and little ones will enjoy reading together and be reminded of their mother's soup, love and affection.
Whether it is the cool mung bean soup in summer, the warm red bean soup in winter, the fresh fish soup on the eve of exams, the mushroom chicken soup to resist illness...there is a recipe for every soup that mum makes. In this book, a hand-painted recipe is illustrated so you can cook together according to the steps too!
Children will also have a deeper understanding of Chinese soup food culture and nutrition after reading this lovely book. This is also a perfect Mother's Day book!
Another food book by 郝广才, this time about tea - picking tea, making tea, making tea, tasting tea, and the characteristics of tea culture in different countries. Join the story of a little girl’s family tea garden, and understand the traditional Chinese tea culture.
A pagoda poem about tea can also be read at the front and back of the book. Pagoda poem cleverly arranges sentences with different words, and looks like a tower. This tea poem by Yuan Zhen, a poet of the Tang Dynasty. A masterpiece through the ages because it has a special ingenuity that allows the text to be arranged in beautiful shapes. It not only describes the appearance of tea, but also includes the methods of making tea, making tea, and tasting tea.
米食乐 Rice Paradise
This is a heartwarming picture book about food, mainly rice, including dishes and snacks made from rice. The story takes place at the dining hall Mei Shi Le, located at a corner in a city, everyone comes here to find a taste of their hometown. They will find various delicacies made from rice and be reminded of their joyous childhood and be reminded of beautiful memories.
From glutinous rice balls, red bean sponge cakes, rice noodles, kway teow, rice dumpings, you can also find a handwritten recipe for these. Learn about chinese food and culture in this poetic, lyrical picture book.
Suitable for 3 and above.