Comments for: What’s the best age to learn to cook?

Posted April 03, 2012, at 11:58 a.m.

If this article ends abruptly, it is because the child welfare authorities are at the door: A preschooler in our house is chopping carrots. Recently in The New York Times, a mother wrote about how her sons, ages 10 and 14, each cook dinner one night a week. It was …

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  • Anonymous

    The younger they start the better. My grandson cooks with me all the time and he is almost 4. I learned the same way from my mother. The basics of cooking is gone form much of America.  There are far to many who lack the most simple of kitchen skills.

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