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September 22, 2008


Sissy Willis

Anything with nature's perfect food, peanut butter. Thai cuisine comes to mind. :-)

Terry Cowgill

That's true, my normally picky daughter will eat anything if she played even a minor role in preparing it.

My kids were both born in Korea but when we tried Korean food, they found it unacceptably spicy.

I wonder if your kids would like a Chinese stir fry. Keep the spices at a minimum but let them have at it in cutting up the veggies etc.

Miriam Robbins Midkiff

Tim, see if there are International Cuisine Cookbooks for kids at your local library. Kids are even more likely to try things if they cook or prepare the food themselves. One cookbook my aunt gave me when I was a child, which I still have, was "Many Hands Cooking: An International Cookbook for Girls and Boys," cooked and written by Terry Touff Cooper and Marilyn Ratner. Published by the Thomas Y. Crowell Co. in cooperation with UNICEF (1974). I've seen this one floating around on used books websites.


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