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Posts by Jr. Chef San Diego

4 Easy Cooking Recipes for Kids to Make

Kids often love to cook. For them, it’s a different kind of play and it’s a great opportunity to educate them on the important life skill of knowing how to prepare a meal. Kids of all ages can learn how to cook, with different recipes being easier for some ages than others. Here are a…

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The Many Skills You Can Pick Up From Cooking Classes

Cooking skills are some of the most undervalued as you enter into adulthood. There’s an amazing sense of pride that comes along with knowing your way around a kitchen, or being able to prepare a delicious meal for your friends and family. Many people think you can just “pick-up” cooking in your free time, but…

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Top 3 Kid-Focused Cookbooks for Your Little Chef

Is your child intrigued by the culinary world? Do you want to help them develop that skill? Maybe you want to share time with your little ones while preparing meals? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it might be a good idea to purchase a few kids cookbooks to help them further…

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Why Hands-on Activities are Great for Children

In a world filled with new and innovative technologies trying to grab our attention every day, it’s difficult to know where to turn when trying to get our kids away from screens. Luckily, all hope is not lost. In this article, we’ll discuss several activities that will not only get your kids away from screen…

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Perfecting a Classic Recipe–the Chocolate Chip Cookie

If there is one sweet treat that makes people happy without fail, it’s chocolate chip cookies. Even with all the happiness they bring, chocolate chip cookies are also arguably the cookie that sparks the most debate–everyone has their own opinion about which chocolate chip cookie recipe is the best. Some will stick to grandmas. Some…

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7 Reasons why Baking Classes Are Perfect for Young Kids

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If you ever felt that involving your children in culinary adventures is overwhelming, you’re not alone. The thought of managing spills, coordinating steps, and keeping safety issues in check results in most parents avoiding mini chefs altogether, or allowing them only to watch. But you can’t ignore the look of disappointment when you shoo them…

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