Kitchen Sink: Home Schooled
Most parents like the idea of their kids learning to cook; it’s the reality of finding the right recipe and the right moment that gets in the way. Well, opportunity just knocked: Kidstir is like a “Food of the month” club, but with cooking projects. There’s a welcome kit to start, containing a customizable cookbook binder with chapter dividers, activity pages, kid-friendly recipes, and utensils. Then, each month, you get a new kit that’s designed around a chapter in the cookbook, like Breakfast or Snacks. There are scavenger-hunt shopping lists, games, “foodie” education pages, and more. If only grown-up cooking were equally entertaining.