I did teach them to cook some, and my Gr-DD a little. But my oldest DD has just picked up a lot on her own as we all do. My other DD did some cooking, but did just what she had to, she didn't seem a whole into it, she was only 20.My GR-DD is 12 and just really getting into liking to cook a few things with her Mother right now.
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Answer by sailorwifenmom at 10:11 AM on Aug. 17, 2010
My daughter LOVED cooking and baking when she was growing up. I couldn't have a cooking show on tv without her wanting to bake the same thing. I let my kids (both boy and girl) take a night and cook dinner (when they were old enough). They were nervous to see if the rest of us liked it. Such great memories! Cooking class makes great birthday party idea or Girls Scout class! Some kids cookbooks http://astore.amazon.com/cjkidzfunactivities-20?_encoding=UTF8&node=44 (also makes a unique birthday gift).
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