Cooking 101 For Kids

You may have noticed that I don’t write about a lot of the ebooks available out there.  I’m most certainly not “affiliate crazy” and I have no interest in suggesting you spend your hard-earned money on anything I can’t completely and totally recommend.  Happily?  This one is a no-brainer for me.

 

I first “met” Lynn way back in the fall of 2008.  That’s right– about 3 1/2 years ago.  That’s a LONG time in bloggy-land!  To give you an idea, this was back when people actually knew something about each person they followed on Twitter and engaged in friendly conversation throughout the day.  Ah, the good ol’ days, before Klout and Triberr… ;)  I digress.

 

Anyway, the very first recipe of Lynn’s that I ever made was her Buttermilk Chocolate Bread and, ever since that day, her site has been one of my most trusted when it comes to finding good, family-friendly recipes.  Lots of new favorites have been added to our repertoire thanks to Lynn, and I love that I know I can ask questions and give feedback as a friend.

 

Not only do I appreciate Lynn’s universally appealing recipes, but I love her attitude and perspective when it comes to kids in the kitchen.  So, when I found out she had written on the subject in Cooking 101 For Kids, I knew it was going to be a winner.

 

And it is.

 

Cooking 101 For Kids offers straight-forward, easy-to-follow techniques and recipes to not only get your children IN the kitchen, but to help make them competent beginning cooks!  I’ll be the first to admit that, while I’m pretty good about letting my kiddos help me in the kitchen, I hardly ever let them branch out on their own.  To be fair, my children are younger than Lynn’s, but still– even with very little ones, there are simple lessons and steps taught in this ebook to get our kids off to good, capable start.

 

Right now, you can snag Cooking 101 For Kids for only $2.99.  That’s a great price for a book that will not only support you as you teach your kids, but will also provide resources and visuals your children can refer to again and again as they gain confidence in the kitchen.

 

I’m planning on doing a mini “Cooking Camp” over Spring Break with my kiddos and I know this book will prove invaluable and I plan little lessons for my little ones in the kitchen.  Doesn’t that sound fun???

To get your own copy of Cooking 101 For Kids., head right over here.

Disclosure: I was provided with a free copy of Cooking 101 For Kids for the purposes of review.  All opinions of Lynn and her book are completely and totally my own!
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1 comment to Cooking 101 For Kids

  • Kim

    My daughter will be 9 soon and is a very independent adventurer in the kitchen. She knows the basics, sort of…occasionally she has some inedible outcomes. Is this a very basic book like teaching how to use kitchen tools or does it help build on skills she already has of reading and following recipes, etc.
    Thank you.

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