A Kitchen’s Kid: My Daughter Learns to Cook

Whenever summer comes around, I always make sure I keep my daughter busy.  The last thing I’d want is for her to spend hours glued to the TV, watching English-dubbed Korean shows or lunchtime variety shows with no intellectual value whatsoever.

This year, she says she wants to join a cooking class at school. You can only imagine how excited I am at the idea of having my daughter become a future Betty Crocker.  I didn’t think twice and quickly said yes.

I realize that as a mom, I should support her in this endeavor.  I’ve been toying around with the idea of replacing our existing gas stove with an induction burner.  As I searched through the various Frigidaire accessories online, I saw one which I think would be perfect for my daughter to use at home.

For obvious reasons, the induction stove is much safer for kids- and, or older people- to use.  Instead of an open flame, this type of stove uses electromagnetic energy to heat the pan rather than the cooking surface.  Now that’s one less thing for a paranoid mom like me to worry about.

I’m looking forward to my daughter meeting new friends as she learns how to whip up a storm in the kitchen.  Who knows, she might teach me something new as well?

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I am a single working mom, trying to raise my kid the best way I know how. Join me as I navigate my way through the jungle that is Single Mom-hood, armed with rose-colored glasses and strength of spirit. As pepper adds spice to food, so does my daughter add spice to my life. She makes life no less than…PEPPERRIFIC!

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Comments

  1. Disha @ do follow blog says

    Child’s always learn something from their elder person, I remember I also learn how to cook food by my Mom. It was wonderful experience.

  2. A good way to bond with kids. :)

  3. That’s a good training to learn to cook at an early age. It’s the kids have new skills every year and cooking is one of them.

  4. Mich of Mich Eats and Shops says

    If I had better sense as a child, I would probably ask my mom to enroll me in cooking classes as well. I am a frustrated cook! I release my frustrations on eating massively instead :)

  5. Interesting, I’ve never heard of an induction burner. Very cool that your daughter wants to learn how to cook. That could be very useful.

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