You’ll find the full results of our Cooking with Kids survey here, but before you delve into that, the graphic below highlights some of the most interesting (and sometimes surprising) answers from parents. It’s encouraging that 75% of children love being in the kitchen and often ask to cook. Good news too, is that if you have kids who are fussy eaters, getting them cooking could be the answer. 84% of parents say that cooking makes their children more likely to try different food types.
Visual explanation of the benefits of cooking with a pressure cooker.
This infographic is created for anyone who loves to cook. A collection of all the bits of information you need but can never find in one place. Metric conversions for when you have an old recipe. Meat cut charts – so you know which piece of meat is from which part. Meat roasting times: how many times have you bought a chicken and had no idea how long to cook it for? Storing food in the fridge and the freezer and cooking grains. The best part is you can download handy A4 print sized sheets to stick on the fridge for reference – also great for teaching kids how to cook. You can download the sheets at the Everest kitchens page.
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