There are many reasons to cook with your loved one. Marge & Homer and Gloria & Jay demonstrate just a few of them.
We know that the reality of cooking with your kids (mess, tantrums, eye-rolling) can be a lot less dreamy than the fantasy (in which you’re totally patient and your kids are super-neat and into it). But it turns out, as we pointed out in our #ILoveToCook: Why The Family That Cooks Together Stays Together, there are significant reasons why it’s worth the potential hassle and extra cleanup time. Marcia Brady and Roseanne will explain more.
Not having quality cooking and eating time together has palpable, real-life negative consequences on kids. Cooking together can be a fun and easy way to give your children the tools for a healthy, well-rounded diet.