4 of the Best Reasons to Have Kids Help in the Kitchen
For starters, cooking at home makes them more likely to sit down with family to eat
It’s important to get kids into the kitchen, says cooking instructor Billy Mawhiney. Mawhiney will be leading a class on Thanksgiving Prep for kids, among others, at Plum’s Cooking Company this coming weekend. He says studies show kids get better grades, have a better self-image, and are more likely to eat something they make themselves if they are involved in the process. You can also find out his secret ingredient in mock apple pie by clicking the link above!