you are interested to teach your kid how to cook here is some guidelines for
them to follow:
Moms should always assist their kids at the kitchen.
you start, always read the recipe from beginning to end. Read the recipe a few
times, just to make sure they understand it. Knowing all the directions ahead of
time can help you know what to do.
Do you have the right
ingredients? Utensils? Appliances?
Check the clock and
make sure you have enough time to make the recipe.
Before you start, put
your ingredients in one place. Some chefs like to measure out each ingredient
ahead of time before cooking.
Pull out utensils and
measuring cups and spoons you'll be using and keep them handy, so you won't need
to run all over the kitchen.
forget the rules of kitchen safety.
Cooking is no fun if someone gets hurt or
to Find Recipes Here
are just a few places you'll find great recipes:
kids' cookbooks (in
bookstores, schools, or public libraries)
often a food section in the Sunday edition of many newspapers, and it may
contain a recipe for kids. Some newspapers also contain a kids' section with
food packages (the
packaging or label may have a recipe that uses the food inside the package)
(some foods have a send-away offer; you send proof of purchase and they send you
a small book of recipe