Compiled directly from the Chicago Tribune's restaurant reviews, Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago is an expansive and diverse collection of the best international cuisine throughout the city and suburbs. The featured restaurants featured span a variety of cultures and continents: East and Southeast Asian, Central and South American, African, European, Middle Eastern, and more. The Chicago Tribune's award-winning reporters cover everything from the quality of a restaurant's dishes to dining décor, location, and service in vivid detail. Each section is organized by region, so readers can see an overview of international options before choosing a restaurant. Perfect for both Chicago residents and visitors, Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago is a great guide for the adventurous and curious eater.
The Not For Tourists Guide to Chicago divides Chi-Town into sixty mapped neighborhoods. Every map is dotted with user-friendly NFT icons that plot the nearest essential services and entertainment locations, while providing important information on things like kid-friendly activities, public transportation, restaurants, bars, and Chicago’s art scene. The book also includes: · A foldout highway map · Sections on the North Side, Near North Side, Near West Side, the Greater Loop, the South Side, and Greater Chicago · More than 150 neighborhood and city maps · Details on bookstores and landmarks It’s the only key to the Windy City that Rahm Emanuel can’t give you.
Our unit on nutrition will give students an understanding of how nutrition is an important part of our daily lives. "We Are What We Eat" will be the major theme throughout this unit. The lessons will delve into the basic food groups, the nutritional value of the foods we eat, how our bodies digest and use food, the importance of water and fiber in our diet, food labels, food preparation, food allergies, and food safety. Within each lesson there are lesson plans, notes, questions, experiments, worksheets, and other fun activities to reinforce this nutrition unit. This Life Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with a variety of reading passages, activities, crossword, word search and answer key to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
What are the links between people's beliefs and the foods they choose to eat? In the modern Western world, dietary choices are a topic of ethical and political debate, but how can centuries of Christian thought and practice also inform them? And how do reasons for abstaining from particular foods in the modern world compare with earlier ones? This book will shed new light on modern vegetarianism and related forms of dietary choice by situating them in the context of historic Christian practice. It will show how the theological significance of embodied practice may be retrieved and reconceived in the present day. Food and diet is a neglected area of Christian theology, and Christianity is conspicuous among the modern world's religions in having few dietary rules or customs. Yet historically, food and the practices surrounding it have significantly shaped Christian lives and identities. This collection, prepared collaboratively, includes contributions on the relationship between Christian beliefs and food practices in specific historical contexts. It considers the relationship between eating and believing from non-Christian perspectives that have in turn shaped Christian attitudes and practices. It also examines ethical arguments about vegetarianism and their significance for emerging Christian theologies of food.
Discover 100 of the world's best street food recipes. From taco carts and noodle stalls to hawker markets and gelaterias, it's on the street that you'll find the heart of a cuisine and its culture. With these 100 authentic recipes, Lonely Planet delivers the planet's freshest, tastiest street-food flavours. Gastronomic bliss awaits!
Food security will exist when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life (as stated in the Rome Declaration in 1996). Given the dimension of the current global food crisis, food security means adopting effective and specific actions at individual, household, national, regional and global levels.Food security invites us to reflect upon ethical principles like human equity, justice between current and future generations, respect for human dignity and sustainable food production. We strive to maintain our basic ethical convictions and engage in societal debates about other important values. While we do this, we may have to change our ways of life and learn to create new priorities in the face of global responsibility. Science and technology are key tools to reach the Millenium Goals, providing both society and decision makers alike with relevant information and new options within an ethical framework.The contributions found in this publication bring together the perspectives of a diverse group of authors. Coming from the academic world, the public sector and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), they provide the latest views on 'Global food security: ethical and legal challenges'.
A guide to the foremost sources of local foods in Indiana highlights more than four hundred producers, restaurants, farmers' markets, winemakers, brewers, and food festivals and includes recipes from chefs who put local foods at the heart of their cooking. Original.