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The unity of family gatherings at the table and in the kitchen is a lost art. We can bring that back again and enhance marital and parent-child relationships. How? Stanley G Buford seems to have the answers in Kids in the Kitchen: Family Friendly Multicultural Recipes. In the kitchen, children can learn math, English, teamwork, and build confidence. Also, by working in the kitchen, parents and children can build communication and a trusted environment. Kids of all ages can partake in the kitchen experience. Kids under the age of five can perform the simple tasks of rinsing and cleaning fruits and vegetables. Ages six to ten can be tasked with more detailed responsibility like reading the recipes. Pre-teens and teenagers can work more closely with kitchen utensils and the stove.
Kids in the Kitchen: Family Friendly Multicultural Recipes by Stanley G Buford is a great starting point to help bring families back together, and creates better eating choices and minimizes obesity. Also, as Stanley states, by working in the kitchen the child can become more involved in the menu and preparation of the family meal. In doing this, self-confidence is boosted and it helps with a child’s cognitive skills. To jump start your family unity and communication, get a copy of Kids in the Kitchen: Family Friendly Multicultural Recipes by Stanley G Buford.