In our latest guest blog for ChopChop Magazine, we shared the story about how two American-born, pizza-loving brothers with Indian parents are beginning to embrace their culinary heritage by cooking as a family.
All Recipes or Posts by The Kids Cook Monday
Savor the season with this warm and comforting soup. The “chips” are produce-packed too, made from carrots! This recipe comes to us from our friends at Produce for Kids. Cooking Tip of...
Cauliflower and tofu become irresistible when they pair with salty and sweet Hawaiian flavors in this dish. This recipe comes to us from Chef Julie Harrington, RD of julieharringtonrd.com and...
Boost your family’s culinary literacy by cooking together for #KidsCookMonday! For Chop Chop Magazine, we asked Dr. Peggy Policastro, RDN, who heads the culinary arm of the New Jersey Healthy Kids Initiative, to offer her tips for starting your own family dinner night. Read the article at Chop Chop Magazine.
Marci Heit, Founder of Q.D. Foodie, Shares Tips for Selecting Child-Friendly Utensils to Get Kids Cooking
Marci Heit, professional voiceover artist and mother, is the founder of Q.D. Foodie, an innovative line of inclusive kitchen utensils featuring smiling veggies. Featuring sensory-friendly grips, bright colors and Braille, the tools aim to be inclusive and welcoming for all, and are especially helpful for children, and particularly those who are visually impaired or have […]
How do you introduce kids to cooking? For ChopChop Family, we spoke with Camille Casaretti, a parent of two, who brought Kids Cook Monday cooking classes to families at Public School (PS) 32 in Brooklyn, NY. Camille is a parent member of the School Leadership Team. We asked her to share effective ways to introduce […]