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Our friends at ChopChop Magazine are sharing some of their most popular pantry-friendly recipes to help you through this time when most people are spending a lot more time cooking at home with what they already have.
Guest post by Michelle Stern. By cooking in the classroom, students can learn math, language arts, science, and social studies.
Author, TV star and all-around weeknight meal whiz Sara Moulton‘s newest book is Home Cooking 101 (Oxmoor House). Since we’re all about home cooking here at The Kids Cook Monday, she recently spoke with us about the importance of cooking together and family meals.
Sally Kuzemchak is a registered dietitian nutritionist and mom of two boys. She blogs at the popular Real Mom Nutrition and is the author of the cookbook Dinnertime Survival Guide. She recently decided to take up The Kids Cook Monday with her family so we took the opportu...
Learn more about the benefits of The Kids Cook Monday and how a school in Brooklyn, P.S. 32, held Kids Cook Monday Family Cooking Night events.
When kids get into the kitchen to cook and eat regular meals with their families, they reap many benefits, including a stronger sense of confidence and a greater willingness to try new foods.
Research shows us that children in families that eat meals together without distractions, such as the television or smart phones, are less likely to be obese. When it comes to simple, healthy meals that appeal to everyone in the family, homemade pizzas are always a winner.
Parents and families today are tasked with numerous responsibilities: working and/or caring for children full-time, afterschool activities, homework help, birthday parties and taking children to and from weekend activities. However, families who find the time to shop, coo...
Our partnerships coordinator, Nara Sandberg, wrote for Grok Nation about how cooking with her grandmother inspired a lifelong love of home cooking and family meals.
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