Any Kid Can Cook (+ tips from my teens for beginners!)



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I’ve been sharing pictures of meals that my daughters have made this summer (on FB and IG), and I recently felt the need to clarify. Yes, some of these recipes might seem a little fancy, but my kids were not born with any special cooking talents or knowledge. They’ve just had lots and LOTS of practice … and no matter how old your kids are, it’s never too late to start!

So today, I’m excited to share some tips (including great advice from my teens) to help you get started.

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It’s Never Too Late to Start

Let’s say you have a kid in your life who’s never cooked a meal, or even a single dish, or even helped you in the kitchen (and that’s okay!). I would hate for a picture of a crab cake dinner by someone else’s kid make you think that your kid could never do that. Because that’s not true!

The kids out there making crab cakes weren’t born knowing…

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