Getting your kids in the kitchen can not only make dinner time easier, it can also help your kids develop cooking skills. Younger kids can help set the table and take drink orders. Older kids can help chop vegetables with a soft knife, toss salads or pastas, and pretty much do anything under supervision of an adult. Having everyone involved can make meal time more exciting for the kids and help alleviate all the work from mom and dad!
Check out this interesting article from The Globe and Mail about getting your kids in the kitchen:
Kristin Harris is a Registered Dietitian with Kids Eat Smart Foundation Newfoundland and Labrador