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Thursday, July 29, 2021
How to Teach Kids to Appreciate Foods From Other Cultures

How to Teach Kids to Appreciate Foods From Other Cultures

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Photo: Stanislaw Mikulski (Shutterstock)Cultural diversity is an important concept that shapes us as individuals and as a society. Grasping its importance at an early age means understanding and appreciating that people are different, and that’s what makes the world more interesting. In particular, teaching kids early on about different foods, eating habits, and mealtime traditions…
Do You Let Your Kids Try Your Alcoholic Drink?

Do You Let Your Kids Try Your Alcoholic Drink?

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Photo: Africa Studio (Shutterstock)A staff writer for The Atlantic took to Twitter over the weekend to ask, “When a little child asks you what you’re drinking and it’s definitely wine, what do you say?” The response was quick and fairly universal: “I say it’s ‘wine,’” loads of people replied, with some adding that wine belongs…
How to Introduce Your Kids to Cooking

How to Introduce Your Kids to Cooking

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Photo: Rawpixel.com (Shutterstock)Before turning 18, Amber Kelley had already won Food Network Star Kids, written her own cookbook, launched a successful YouTube show, and been a finalist in Jamie Oliver’s “Search for a FoodTube Star” competition. But she got started as a chef by hanging out with her parents in the kitchen. “Cooking has always…
Don’t Burn Your Kids With Instant Ramen

Don’t Burn Your Kids With Instant Ramen

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Photo: watchara panyajun (Shutterstock)A hot bowl of ramen makes a delightful meal or snack for children or adults. But when we give it to kids, we might not realize that what we’re doing is handing them a bowl of near-boiling water—especially if the soup is straight out of the microwave. Offspring editor Meghan Walbert mentioned…
Take These Free Digital Cooking Classes With Your Kids

Take These Free Digital Cooking Classes With Your Kids

Photo: gmstockstudio (Shutterstock)A couple of months into the pandemic, my 9-year-old son looked at me and said, “Maybe I’ll get into cooking.” He’s helped me bake since he was a preschooler but we’d never really cooked together because weeknights were always so rushed with school and work and activities. Not so much at the moment.So…
No more swellings: Let physics be your guide to making the best crepe

No more swellings: Let physics be your guide to making the...

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Enlarge / Batter must be distributed evenly to get uniform thickness in a perfect crepe. Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images Order a crepe from a professional vendor and they'll likely cook it on a blade, a flat heated surface that distributes the batter evenly to get just the right consistency in the final crepe: uniform…
Can Food Allergies Be This Serious? Kid Passes Away After Odor Of Fish Cooking

Can Food Allergies Be This Serious? Kid Passes Away After Odor...

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June postscript: 5 uncommon things you can make in an Internet-connected oven

June postscript: 5 uncommon things you can make in an Internet-connected...

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Enlarge / The air-fried "churros" were delicious, but they tasted nothing at all like churros. Megan Geuss Earlier this month, Ars reviewed the June Oven, an Internet-connected, seven-in-one device that pushes the boundaries of the traditional toaster oven. Overall, I felt pretty positive about the June, especially the internal camera that allows you to watch your…
Evaluation: The June oven made me desire a video camera in every cooking gadget

Evaluation: The June oven made me desire a video camera in...

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When my husband and I received a flashy, $250 Breville toaster oven for our wedding in 2014, we couldn't believe how awesome it was. It revolutionized the two-person meal in our household. We were freed from using the geriatric, unreliable oven that came with our apartment, and cookies, pizzas, and baked chicken dishes were now…
HomeBioGas Toilet Does Double Responsibility, Transforming Waste To Cooking Fuel

HomeBioGas Toilet Does Double Responsibility, Transforming Waste To Cooking Fuel

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The off-grid Bio-Toilet setup.HomeBioGas Happy World Toilet Day. If you have a toilet to flush, consider yourself lucky. Lots of people on Earth don't have one, and that's an environmental problem the United Nations has aimed to highlight every Nov. 19. The folks at HomeBioGas are using the day to launch a bio-toilet aimed to two of…

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