A series of children’s stories to entertain, teach and educate children on the subject of taste. The stories are devoted to curious readers who want to learn about food, flavours and traditions.
Hunger for bread - A. Quarenghi, A. Manstragelo, D. Villa
Bread has a thousand-year history, which began in the mists of time. A coarse dough that has a thousand different shapes, and names, in the various cultures and countries around the world. And how is bread made in bakeries today? Do you still need earth, water, air, fire, time and manual movements? And how do you recognize good bread? Thanks to the experience achieved through tasting bread by following the factsheet guide, we understand how to become knowledgeable about bread, to give it its rightful place in our daily nutrition, to identify different flavours.
Chocolate - C. Ghigliano, M. Tomatis
Martha is 9 years old and lives in a big city. Her uncle Hugh is a funny old man who works as a Taste-Searcher, travelling all over the world to discover, collect and catalogue them. For Martha’s birthday he decides to take her with him to discover the chocolate trail, from the cocoa plantations in Ecuador to large European patisseries. The uncle involves the girl - and readers - in the various tastings, making them try different tastes and teaching them how to bake a cake, paint with chocolate or discover music.
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