Teach your kids to cook

Focusing on easy cooking tips for children.

August 10, 2017 19:53
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Teach your kids to cook . (photo credit: YAKIR LEVY)


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Parents do their children a big favor when they teach them how to fix meals and snacks for themselves.

Chef/nutritionist Patricia Greenberg knows this, and that’s why she encouraged mothers to bring their children to her cooking class last week. Greenberg, together with her volunteer helpers, teen Meltem Buyuran and her younger brother Emre, demonstrated how easy it is to make colorful stuffed peppers with tuna salad. (See recipe.)


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