HULA HOOP DANCER ON AN ISLAND BREAKFAST.
(photo credit: GALIT ORKAN)
Every parent knows how hard it is to convince our children to eat the food we’ve gone to great efforts to prepare for them. Many times, our sons and daughters resist trying certain dishes with the excuse that they don’t like the shape, texture or flavor of certain ingredients. And so it’s up to us to get creative and prepare healthy foods in fun ways that will make any kid want to try them.In honor of Purim, I joined forces with food artist Gilat Orkin, who will show us how to have kids help us prepare fun art projects that are 100% edible (and healthy). Orkin loves to draw (she has a degree from WIZO School of Design) and design (and a degree in shoe design from The Guild). But she also loves to cook and bake.
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