Imagine a kitchen where chefs struggle to break eggs and gobble the ingredients when no one's looking. It may sound like a disaster, but it's a recipe for success in teaching kids about nutritious eating. Much has been made of child obesity and junk food consumption, but less has been done to teach kids (and in some cases their parents) how to step away from the potato chips in favor of homemade, healthy meals. Luckily, more youngsters across Europe are learning by playing with their food.
Since opening its doors in 2000, north London's Kid's Cookery School, tel:...
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