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Louisiana's Many Food Traditions Unit Activity

Louisiana is blessed with a variety of cultures and traditions, including a fabulous food legacy. We repackaged our Louisiana Voices Foodways Unit to make it easy for teachers to use and our Tryout Network of teachers around the state tested it. Their successes and suggestions for improvement are now integrated into the unit and we offer it to teachers around the state. Several of the cookbooks developed by last year's network are now a part of the Louisiana Collection at the State Library.

Louisiana's Many Food Traditions Unit Activity (the entire packet)


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