Create a new family tradition: tempt your kids into the kitchen to cook Thanksgiving dinner with you. Thanksgiving is a time for food to bring families together, yet sometimes it can be stressful to have the little ones underfoot in the kitchen. Parent Earth‘s new Thanksgiving video offers a solution – give kids a job to do! “Cooking With Kids: Thanksgiving (plus baby food)” is hosted by dietitian and delectable home cook Amy Marlow who creates a Thanksgiving feast that the whole family will be thankful for.
Amy, with support from some enthusiastic parents and their little chefs, roasts a gorgeous, golden turkey breast; steams green beans to serve with caramelized onions and lemon zest; and prepares a crispy outside & tender inside medley of root vegetables with carrots, butternut squash, and parsnips. You’ll see how to include your baby in Thanksgiving dinner without doing any extra work – except pressing ‘blend’ or twirling the handle of the food mill a few times. Even though it is for Thanksgiving, this video can be a great reference in the kitchen all year long – especially if you are follower of The Kids Cook Monday!
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