Teaching Your Kids to Cook


My first lesson on cooking was on scrambled eggs. I'm pretty sure that I didn't burn anything…but I tend to have a VERY selective memory.

Our second eldest has turned out to almost be a great cook. I say almost because she needs to round it out by cleaning her mess up and being a tad bit more organized, albeit she is nine.

I like today's post because it gives a handful of tips to help your children on their way to becoming the next Gordon Ramsay, Julia Child, Martin Wan, or Giada de Laurentiis.

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2 Responses to Teaching Your Kids to Cook

  1. Tatiane September 22, 2017 at 9:58 am #

    Very beautiful, my little girl loves to help me in the kitchen, but I’m very scared of her getting burned, so I’m always attentive to her when I’m on the stove, but it’s very good to insist on doing these things that when they grow up, they become independent of these things and not wait for Mom to cook …. kkkkkkk …. Success !!

    • David September 25, 2017 at 3:57 pm #

      Thanks, Tatiane.

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