3 comments on “Crossing Cultural Borders with Cooking, Kids and Compassion

  1. How odd, friends and I (all in the restaurant biz) were debating just this point today – why is it that even people reasonably well-informed about food 1) Don’t cook; and 2) Ignore the nutritional knowledge they do possess? I do know that if parents don’t show an interest in food and its origins (it doesn’t magically grow in pink plastic packages) then it’s unlikely their children will. Good post. Ken

  2. Very interesting – I purchased the book based on this article and am impressed with the honest, down to earth approach of the author. A global melting pot of food, facts and some beautiful photographs makes Kids Cook the World pretty special. I look forward to hearing more.

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