Guide to Good Food helps students learn how to select, store, prepare, and serve foods while preserving their nutrients, flavors, textures, and colors. The appearance of this new edition has completely changed from earlier editions. 396 photos were replaced/added, and a new chapter focuses on staying active and managing your weight. New question-and-answer sidelights address common food myths and concerns, and technology activities are suggested. Career descriptions and case studies highlight workplace skills students gain through classroom learning. Health, consumer, safety, business etiquette, and environmental tips encourage students to apply information in their daily lives. Recipes included step-by-step directions and nutritional analyses. An extensive Foods of the World section introduces students to the culture and cuisine of over 30 countries and features tabbed pages to make chapters easy to find. This new Teacher's Wraparound Edition places 12 types of teaching elements in the side margins that review and reinforce activities. These range from building vocabulary, math, and science skills to introducing career concepts. Extension activities on the bottom of each page offer interdisciplinary connections, FCCLA projects, time management tips, ideas for meeting special needs, and family- and community-oriented activities.Largen, Velda L. is the author of 'Guide to Good Food ' with ISBN 9781590701089 and ISBN 1590701089.