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Special Things to Eat (16/26)

This is also part of this series: This is Daniel Cook - Season II (13)

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Grade Level: JK-Gr3
Producer: marblemedia/Sinking Ship
Closed Captioned: No
Running Time: 30 mins
Country of Origin: Canada
Study Guide: Online See Link Below

Copyright Date: 2005
Available in French: No

THIS IS DANIEL COOK MAKING MAPLE SYRUP --- Daniel Cook learns how to tap trees, collect sap and boil the sap to create maple syrup. Daniel then gets to pour this fresh maple syrup and enjoy his sugary treat.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK BAKING A BIRTHDAY CAKE --- Daniel Cook's brother is having a birthday party and Daniel wants to bake him a cake. Daniel and a chef work together to make and decorate a train cake.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK MAKING CANDY CANES --- Daniel Cook visits a candy shop and learns about how the candies are made. Daniel helps mix and form a sheet of candy canes to take home as a holiday treat.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK TRYING NEW VEGETABLES --- Daniel Cook is playing with his food…again! Daniel and his nutritionist friend visit a local produce market to choose some new vegetables that he would like to try.

THIS IS DANIEL COOK MAKING A YULE LOG --- Daniel Cook is in the holiday spirit when he visits a local chef to make a holiday yule log. Daniel mixes all the ingredients together and gets to decorate the final product with different types of candy.(Special guest: Susur Lee)

Awards: At the 2005 Act Awards of Excellence, This is Daniel Cook won the following awards: Grand Prize Best Program All Categories; Award of Excellence All Genres; Award of Excellence Best Website; Emerging Talent Award to marblemedia’s Mark Bishop and Matt Hornburg; 2005 Geminis - Nominated for best pre school program or series; Best Direction in a children’s or youth program or series; Best Performance in a children’s or youth program or series.

Links: http://www.thisisdanielcook.com (children’s interactive site);

http://www.thisisdanielcook.com/grown-ups/parents_teachers.html  (teacher page)