What's for dinner? In this version of the classic Stone Soup tale, a Taiwanese American child brings his diverse neighbors together to make a tasty communal meal. Together, they cook up a steaming family dinner that celebrates community, cooperation, and culture.
Includes a family recipe for hot pot!
Hot pot is a Chinese soup that literally brings people together and encourages them to share. Diners gather around a hot pot at the dining table and add ingredients to the boiling broth. Common ingredients include meat, vegetables, tofu, noodles, mushrooms, fish balls, and more. There are many different styles of hot pot across Asia, and each family seems to have its own recipe!
Hardcover | 40 pages | 9.5" x 9.5"
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