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I need some ideas!

Describe in detail for at least 3 subject areas how food history and Dutch oven cooking can be used for hands-on instruction and as an extension to in-class curriculum.

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    You've omitted too many necessary details for us to help you with this assignment.

    If you clarify "3 subject areas" and what your current "in-class curriculum" is, we will try to help you.

    Also -- what are you looking for in "food history?"

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