kids and cooking
The new Easy-Bake Ultimate Oven doesn't need a light bulb. Credit: Hasbro
"Easy-Bake! Whatcha gonna make?"Folks have been singing the praises of the Easy-Bake Oven since it launched way back in 1963, and now, a brand new style is h...Kids can have their cake -- and pizza, pretzels and cupcakes -- and eat it, too.
Anna Messer, 13, chops an onion during one of her family's cooking classes. Credit: Daphne BurdeauxWhen Stacie Billis turns on "Lidia's Italy," her favorite cooking show, her 3-year-old son, Isaac, usually stops playing and starts watching, ...Kids don't just love eating food, they love watching it too. Goodbye SpongeBob, hello Food Network!
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