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Did You Really Fall into a Vat of Anchovies? And Other Activities for Language Arts by Cheri Armstrong

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Published by Cottonwood Press (Fort Collins, CO) .
Written in English


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  • Games,
  • Grammar,
  • Language arts,
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  • Teaching - Workbooks,
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Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12108543M
ISBN 101877673188
ISBN 109781877673184

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Teachers of any subject will enjoy this practical and humorous book. It includes 29 tips for tapping into the power of humor, as well as many examples of material that encourage laughter and learning. Did you really fall into a vat of anchovies? Give silly awards Super teacher; Share what you think is funny, even if you're the only one.   Prized by chefs and home cooks around the world for their funky, briny flavor and extraordinary versatility, anchovies don't just adorn pizzas, salads, and sandwiches—they make their way into distinctive sauces, rubs, dressings, and dips, where they lend a meaty umami backbone to, well, anything you want. But exactly can you do with them? Let's take a : Niki Achitoff-Gray.   You pull a secret jar from the back of the fridge, fish out (get it?) a tiny anchovy fillet, and mince it up into a paste. Off it goes into the bowl of dressing, dissolving into : Adina Steiman. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

You can use an anchovy fillet or two in a side dish that accompanies your favorite fish or throw some anchovies into the dressing for a Niçoise tuna salad. You'll get the flavor you're expecting from the shrimp or tuna, along with an extra boost of seafood goodness from the : Hilary Meyer.   Anchovy paste doesn't look too appealing, but it will make nearly any savory dish taste like a chef made it. Add it to pasta, chili, dressings, and anything else that needs a boost.   Many chefs fall passionately into the like column, which is a core reason you come across anchovies on so many menus and in cookbooks like April Bloomfield’s new “A .   Give Anchovies Another Chance Although anchovies have been a staple of the global diet for thousands of years, their reputation scares a lot of people off. .