Teaching kids to cook.

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  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

It was a busy March Break in the Bite-Sized Kitchen: my kids and I appeared on two morning news programs, and I led 4 cooking workshops for kids at the Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market. A total of 28 kids ages 3-12 made countless dishes from scratch over the 4 days, including avocado-chocolate mousse, rice paper wraps, and olive tapenade. What fun it was! 

Head over to Global Morning Halifax and CTV Morning Live Atlantic to check out the recent TV segments featuring Bite-Sized Kitchen.

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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