Teaching kids to cook.

Get Cracking with Me!

  Photo by Laura Kirkpatrick

Photo by Laura Kirkpatrick

Helping children understand important techniques in food will make the kitchen a friendlier place where they will want to spend more time. This greater enjoyment means that they will come to the table with more confidence - they won’t look at mealtimes as a chore but as a valuable opportunity to spend time with parents...
— Heston Blumenthal, Family Food

Have a look at the May 15 article in Halifax's Chronicle Herald where I talk about the importance of family dinner and combating fast-food marketing to kids. Polly (4) cracked lots of eggs for the photo!

On May 10, the kids and I made our 2nd appearance on CTV Morning Live Atlantic, making simple yogurt parfaits for Mother's Day breakfast. Have a look to learn more. We had a great time! 

Halifax's Weekly The Coast recently featured me in their Food and Drink section. If you missed the two TV segments in March featuring Bite-Sized Kitchen, head over to Global Morning Halifax and CTV Morning Live Atlantic to have a look.

For more information on my cooking lessons for childrencommunity workshops, and special events, contact me! I'd be thrilled to set aside a wooden spoon and a big bowl for your young cook.

To follow along with my exploits as I cook with my own two kids (and to get tips and recipes!), have a look at my blog (also under The Latest, above).

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email me:  claire@bitesizedkitchenhalifax.com

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