I remember going on a tour of the local middle school and seeing all the different classrooms and subjects. It was so different than elementary school. I was especially excited about Home Economics where we would learn to cook and sew. Now, I ended up starting to homeschool in grade 7, so I never went to the middle school. Since then public schools have been stripping away electives like this for year, so that now only the bare bones remains. I am so thankful that homeschooling allows us to add many electives. So, this year, among the penny whistle, coding, sports, dance, robotics and sewing, we were excited to add Everyday Homemaking‘s Everyday Cooking to our list.
Everyday Cooking is not your typical recipe book. It is chalk-full of helpful hints of how to make the most of your time and money, so you can make the most of your time and money. As mentioned above, I aim to include it into class time about once a week as an elective.
My kids love be in the kitchen. My son donned his apron and toque and was ready to go. Of course, we went straight to the chocolate chip cookie recipe. My son can read and follow directions pretty well, so he was pretty independent making
They were so yummy! The kids loved them, too. We can’t wait to do more recipes in Everyday Cooking.
Do you have the Everyday Cooking recipe book? Which recipes are your favorite? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.
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Till Next Time,