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Meet Leah Cherry, founder of Skill It where she teaches children and their families how to cook, sew, make and grow, time-honored talents that remain essential for living well today.
In this episode::
- How to make a large batch of Quesadillas quickly for the family.
- Getting out of a dinner rut and bring joy to the dinner table.
- Introduction to Season’s Eating.
- Cooking with kids in local communities and cooking clubs
- Simple things you can do to make cooking accessible to all ages.
- Reports of broccoli pesto
- Home economics teachers
- Making something with our hands
- Being connected, handmade and home cooked
- Learning how to grow and make stuff
- Living in Hawaii and locally grown food
- Why choose seasonal food for children?
- Local, fresh and things that are in season- what foods and what that will make you feel ?
- Cooking a complete meal isn’t a hard as it seems
- there has to be cooking going on in the house
- opportunities to be part of the cooking process
- a fun test to try with the children
- How we can help children to be comfortable and work well in the kitchen
- When are good times to help
- How do we unify the dinner experience so not so many different meals are served at the same time.
- Dinners with bases lead to customized dinners
- Two actions you’ve taken in the last two years that has had a positive effect on your life.
- Paint & Paste Chinese Dragon
- Seasons Eatings Use the coupon code “playfultots” at checkout to get 20% off!
- Celebrating #simpleparenting on G+ and Instagram
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