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Exploring Recipes From The WDM Collection

Today, if you want to learn how to cook something new, you’ll probably turn to a recipe either online or in a cookbook. In some parts of the world, these handy books have been used for centuries as an easy way to learn how to prepare everything from cookies to a full roast dinner. In other places, cookbooks are rarely used. Instead, cooks preserve and share recipes through the oral tradition. We can learn more from cookbooks and recipes than how to cook. Food – cooking, sharing and eating it – can foster a sense of community and belonging. This video series is a celebration of cooking and how it connects us.

Beef Stew

Pierogi

Bread

Dad’s Cookies

 


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