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These Cooking Boxes Teach Kids How to Cook

No nuggets involved

Photo: Elle Hughes for Unsplash

There isn’t really a wrong way to teach a kid to cook: If they’re in the kitchen and getting involved with preparing a meal in some way, it’s pretty much a win, right?

Children’s cookbooks, whether aimed at the chicken-nugget set, or written for a more sophisticated eater, can be great. What may be even better is ditching the…

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