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Kitchen Skills By Age
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Cooking Skills By Age: What kids can do in the kitchen When you start to cook with your child, keep in mind that children mature at different rates. Some may have more finely developed motor skills, but lack the temperament and attention span to safely handle sharp objects. Others may be able to accurately read and follow instructions, but are still too small to safely handle knives or cook on the stovetop. Often you will need to balance a child's eagerness to take on new challenges with what they can successfully accomplish themselves. Consider your child's individual capabilities before determining what recipes or parts of recipes they can successfully manage themselves. These appropriate skills by age are offered as guidelines. Closely supervise your children in the kitchen at all times, and monitor their progress to determine realistic tasks for them to try. First Experiences in the Kitchen With all of the new sights and sounds to explore, the kitchen is an exciting place for kids, and most will display an interest in food and cooking from a very young age. As with most early learning, an introduction to cooking begins with observation. Well before children can begin experimenting themselves, watching an adult cook will provide valuable cues for them to emulate later on. Role play provides valuable practice for the real thing. Let children play with a few safe items from your kitchen instead of toy cooking sets. Wooden spoons, silicone spatulas, whisks, plastic or metal mixing bowls, dull cookie cutters, measuring cups and spoons, rolling pins, and small saucepans and fry pans are a fun way to introduce kids to the adult world of cooking. The rich sensory experiences of cooking begin with food. Let kids learn about different types of foods by exploring the smells, tastes and textures of kid-friendly foods for themselves. When preparing their meals, show them how raw ingredients are transformed into the cooked foods they eat. Preschoolers (Ages 2 to 5) As their motor skills develop, preschoolers can begin to learn basic concepts that they will need in the kitchen. Keep in mind that their attention spans are short, so small tasks are usually best, particularly those that do not call for actual prep work. They can help assemble sandwiches, layer lasagna, top a pizza, or sprinkle decorations on cupcakes or cookies. Other suggested tasks include: Stirring batter in a bowl. A large bowl with a nonskid base will be sturdier for beginners, and a spoon with a thick handle will be easier for small hands to grip. Rinsing and straining fresh fruits and vegetables. Mixing and kneading pizza or other yeast dough. Keep work surfaces and hands well floured to avoid sticking. Pouring liquid ingredients. Spreading peanut butter and jelly on bread. Mashing potatoes and other cooked vegetables. Rolling bread or pie dough. Using cookie and biscuit cutters. Whisking pancake batter. Cutting soft fruits and vegetables with a dull butter knife or plastic knife. Measuring liquid and dry ingredients. Young Cooks (Ages 6 to 8) With a grasp of some basic cooking skills and an appreciation for the rules of the kitchen, young cooks are ready to take on more complex tasks using more kitchen equipment. One of the most important decisions you have to make: When is your child ready to begin using adult knives, the stove and oven? Of course, close and constant supervision are required at all times. As kids learn to read, an especially rewarding activity is to read cookbooks and follow recipes with your child. Because children in this age group have a longer attention span and patience, this is also a great time to try some fun kitchen projects, such as growing an herb garden, creating a sourdough bread starter, making yogurt, or making fresh mozzarella and ricotta cheese. Here are some other tasks to try together: Whisking eggs. Frosting cupcakes and icing cookies. Mixing cookie dough and brownie batter. Using specialized hand tools, such as a can opener, juicer and garlic press. Grating cheese with a box or hand grater. Peeling fruits and vegetables. Mixing and rolling pie and tart dough. Making fresh pasta dough and using a hand-cranked pasta machine. Melting chocolate in a microwave. Whipping cream with a hand mixer. Making ice cream with a countertop ice cream maker. Using paring or other small knives. Remember that dull knives can slip and be more dangerous than sharp knives. Boiling eggs and pasta. Frying eggs and grilled cheese sandwiches. Preteens (Ages 9 to 12) Preteens will continue to gain confidence in the kitchen and should be able to read labels, follow recipes and prepare many parts of simple dishes themselves. After developing a basic comfort level using knives, the stove, oven and small appliances, preteens will be ready to expand their cooking capabilities. This is an important time to discuss food safety issues, especially how to handle and fully cook meat and poultry. Core skills to learn and practice with your help include: Trimming and slicing vegetables. Putting foods in the oven and removing them. Working with timers and thermometers. Baking quick breads and muffins. Kneading dough and letting it rise. Cooking soup. Using specialty appliances such as a panini press and waffle maker. Steaming rice. Roasting vegetables. Cooking pancakes on a griddle. Using a food processor, blender and stand mixer. Frying hamburgers. Using a chef's knife and other larger knives. Teenagers (Ages 13 to 16) Teenagers should no longer need close supervision and can safely cook most foods for themselves. They can choose what foods to cook, and combine their skills to make more complicated dishes and complete meals for the family. Evaluating food labeling and nutritional information with your child will help reinforce healthy eating habits. Teens who want to learn more advanced skills will still need some instruction and supervision to master these skills: Using all kitchen appliances, including safely handling and cleaning the sharp blades of food processors and blenders. Developing knife skills to efficiently chop, dice and mince. Baking more complicated yeast doughs and pastries. Making risotto. Marinating foods. Panfrying and grilling steaks, chicken breasts and other meats. Using slicers and mandolines. Using and cleaning outdoor gas and charcoal grills. Deep-frying French fries and chicken. Young Adults and Beyond With a solid understanding of common cooking methods and ingredients, young adults are on the path to self-sufficiency. Encourage them to modify their favorite recipes to suit their tastes and explore cooking new cuisines. Before they leave home, involve them in the details of your day-to-day cooking to ensure they will cook successfully and eat well when on their own. Practice menu planning for the week, and discuss shopping strategies, including buying perishable items and stocking basic pantry staples. Finally, reinforce the importance of proper food safety practices, including food storage and kitchen hygiene.
Great listing, by age, of kitchen skills kids can do
How to Cut a Recipe in Half
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"Printable Guide to Split Any Recipe in Half" by Tiffany Staples on He and She Eat Clean; "Try taping it to the inside door of your spice cabinet or laminating so that it will last longer."
Love this super-handy printable guide on cutting recipes in half.
How to cut recipes in half Printable Cheat Sheet I'm always having to Google how to half recipes because I'm always cooking for myself. #bachelorlife This is going in a small frame in the kitchen.
Kitchen measurements cut in half
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Why You Should Be Drinking More Bone Broth
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Healing Chicken Broth Recipe: Homemade soup has a strong reputation as a healing food and there's a good reason for that. In particular, soups made with bone broth are especially healing for digestive conditions and other chronic ailments.
gluten free safe list, would be good to give to friends or family if they want to cook for you
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Gluten free foods safe list. Can't wait to add (safe) carbs back in.
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Gluten free shopping list - excellent if you or your babyloves has a gluten allergy or just want to avoid excess gluten/wheat in your diet (which I currently do, as a soon-to-be-RD).
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Tips for Sticking to a Budget: Bringing Your Lunch to Work
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Mozzacado Sandwich" --> August offers the best of everything. All the vegetables and fruits you could ever want are in season, just as lunch season heats up. Back to work, back to school — your lunchbox is ready for a fresh makeover, don't you think? Whether you're getting ready for a busy fall after a laid-back summer, or you have a kid going back to school, we've rounded up 17 fresh, healthy lunch recipes perfect for any backpack or lunchbox. From a mozzacado sandwich ...
Mozzacado Sandwich. This looks so yummy. I can't stop pinning food..
Fiddle Dee Dee: Cooking With Pumpkins
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Fiddle Dee Dee: Cooking With Pumpkin Made my own pumpkin purée. Turned out great.
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A great guide to cooking grains
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Kids eat with their eyes (so to speak) so don't forget to MAKE FOOD LOOK FUN!
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Kids eat with their eyes (so to speak) so don't forget to MAKE HEALTHY FOOD LOOK FUN!
Meal Planning Tips for a Healthy Family
Plant Based Proteins! 1. Avocado, 2. Leafy Greens, 3. Tofu, 4. Lentils, 5. Non-dairy milks, 6. Beans (black, kidney, pinto, lima), 7. Chickpeas (Hummus), 8. Nuts (cashews, almonds, walnuts, and pistachios, etc.), 9. Quinoa, 10. Oatmeal #MyVeganJournal
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Plant Based Proteins! 1. Avocado, 2. Leafy Greens, 3. Tofu, 4. Lentils, 5. Non-dairy milks, 6. Beans (black, kidney, pinto, lima), 7. Chickpeas (Hummus), 8. Nuts (cashews, almonds, walnuts, and pistachios, etc.), 9. Quinoa, 10. Oatmeal ~ Visit
Plant Based Proteins - Avocado, Leafy Greens, Tofu, Lentils, Non-dairy milks, Beans (black, kidney, pinto, lima), Nuts (cashews, almonds, walnuts, and pistachios, etc.), Quinoa, Oatmeal
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unami girl wins the over-achiever's award. her pictures are gorgeous. her food looks delicious - mostly vegetarian/vegan with a piece of bacon thrown in here and there. what can i say? she's a londoner. she appears to be coming out with a "how to" book for hippies (though i think she means hipsters). i do not like the drop down searchability, though, and it's probably not a great feature for the mobile phones. plus, there are several pictures of her kids and random pictures of brown eggs.
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Great veggie cookbook that gives you ideas long after you think you have exhausted the possibilities for garden & farm market bounty. He's of Italian & German descent and grew up in Israel. He lives and owns multiple gourmet shops/restaurants in London & wrote a weekly column for the newspaper. The cover recipe is yummy!
plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi; a vegetarian cookbook that has lots of bold, meaty flavors.
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PLENTY: Vibrant Recipes from London's Ottolenghi by Yotam Ottolenghi with photos by Jonathan Lovekin -- another cookbook I don't own but would love to. I've heard high praises and seen riffs on his dishes everywhere I turn. Not to mention the gorgeous photos by Jonathan Lovekin. (Ottolenghi is not a vegetarian but all the recipes in this book are). #vegetarian
PLENTY: Vibrant vegetable recipes from London's Ottolenghi by Yotam Ottolenghi with photos by Jonathan Lovekin -- I just got this book a few weeks ago! Excited to try them out #vegetarian
Nostalgic recipes inspired by Children's Classics ♥
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Electric Crepe Maker- could use this tonight.... I'm making crepes for diner!
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13-inch Krampouz Tibos Electric Crepe Maker by Krampouz. $144.31. Wooden crepe turner and scraper. Non-stick 13 inch diameter griddle. Cleaning brush included. Indicator light to signal heating. Cursor to regulate the thermostat. The 13 inch Tibos crepe maker has a smooth, no stick surface to spread batter evenly. It comes with complete instructions and recipes. It takes a mere four seconds to spread the batter and 30 seconds to make the crepe. The extensive recipe book provide...
Paderno World Cuisine 110 Volt Electric Crepe Maker
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eating with the seasons, when fruits and veggies are at their best - I have been looking for this. not everything is in season everywhere but this looks close for California.
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Eat seasonably: Not only does fresh, seasonal food taste better, it is better for you too! Fresh produce contains more vitamins and minerals than food that is grown in hothouses, picked prematurely, refrigerated and then shipped to your local market. Plus it is typically more affordable- when produce is in season locally, the relative abundance of the crop usually makes it less expensive. #produce #seasonal #eatlocal #health #wellness
A (pretty!) guide to eating with the seasons. (Follow our other boards for detox, fitness, yoga and green living tips: pinterest.com/gaiam)
Light charcoal in terracotta pots lined with foil for tabletop s'mores. Fun outdoor summer party idea.
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Light charcoal in terracotta pots lined with foil for tabletop s' mores
Cute idea for an outdoor party! I would never think of this! Light charcoal in terracotta pots lined with foil for tabletop s'mores. Fun outdoor summer party idea. We got smores!!
15 Favorite Healthy Cookbooks
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Planning meals around grains another page helpful in planning meals around the different grains flowingwithmyduck...