Do you teach your children how to prepare meals and snacks?
I have a 20 year old and a 15 year old, both boys, and I do teach them how to prepare meals - when they ask - which, believe it or not is quite often, especially when they want to make something special for their girlfriends! They'll make good husbands some day!
my son is now 31, but I taught him how to cook when he was just a little guy. The first thing he made by himself was macaroni and cheese and I still have the photo of it...socks pulled up to his knees, baseball cap on backwards, and he could just barely see inside the pot...so cute! He loves to cook now and tries different recipes all the time. I think it's important to instill basic skills...like cooking and cleaning for yourself.
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
How often do you prepare home cooked meals?These days it seems more and more people are going to the fast food restaurants. Cooking is becoming a lost art.
by Kris Z 8 years ago
What is the best way to teach your kid to cook if they hate it?
by Shane Lambert 16 months ago
Do you prefer to cook your own meals or go out to eat?I enjoy cooking evening meals, but too often I hear people complain that they don't have the time to cook. They would rather spend an hour or more in a restaurant. Does that not take time? Which do you prefer - cooking or dining out - and why?
by Dorothy Cooper 16 months ago
Do you prefer to eat healty or just whatever tastes good to you?Please indicate which style you prefer and if selecting healthy what do you do to make a meal healthier?
by Kevin J Timothy 6 years ago
Our kids are far from overweight or obese but they have larger appetites than my wife and I. Generally, how much of this behavior can be attributed to them actually developing or them only wanting to eat out of boredom.Any other parents made this observation or have this concern?Thanks.
by Joana e Bruno 6 years ago
Any advices for my children's first play date?My kids are 4 year old twins and I've invited two of their friends, it's at my house...
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