In celebration of Dr. Seuss birthday on March 2, enjoy the wisdom of Theodore Suess Geisel, " You do not like them. So you say. Try them! Try them! and you may. Sam!if you let me be, I will try them. You will see.
(and he tries them...) Say! I like green eggs and ham! And I will eat them here and there. Say! I will eat them anywhere!
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Healthfully, Chef Ann
The one thing about cooking that Chopped Junior winner Claire Hollingsworth wants other kids to know and learn from is this: Be confident!
“You can do this!” she shares. “Don’t be scared! Try things, and be safe when it comes to using a knife and heat. So always ask for help if you need it, and keep learning. Remember that you can teach your parents things. I teach my mom and dad things that I’ve learned about cooking all the tie — and they keep teaching me. It’s a lot of fun, and keeps us close, too.”
What happens if a dish tastes nasty? “Use it as a learning experience,” Claire says. “You learn more from mistakes than you realize. There’s always cereal for dinner. Just keep cooking, and smiling.”
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