At Ann Butler’s national cooking school for kids — Edible Education — the grown-up chefs know that safety comes first in the kitchen. That’s why Lesson #1 is always to teach students how to properly use a knife. Watch this quick and fun video to learn how! Parents might just learn a thing or two, too!
“At Edible Education, our mission is to empower kids with the culinary skills they need to create simple, healthy, real-food recipes,” says Butler, founder of the Richmond, VA-based Edible Education — a company that offers hands-on cooking lessons to our nation’s kids.
Are you hungry to eat healthy? Do you want your kids to learn to cook well? Does your daughter or son dream about becoming a professional chef? Then Chef Ann Butler, founder of the Richmond, VA-based kids cooking school Edible Education, is where they need to go to help make their dreams come true. “It’s a funny thing, cooking and eating,” says the former high school culinary teacher who launched her cooking company in December 2010. “We do it three times a day … you would think more of us would know how to do that for ourselves. That’s why I founded Edible Education — because I want to get them started to cook real food when they are young.” In fact, studies by the CDC show that if you have 50 hours of cooking lessons before you are 12, it will change the way you think about eating well for the rest of your life! (more…)
November is the perfect time to enjoy the goodness of pumpkin muffins. You’ll adore this recipe that’s as fun as it is easy to make! Scroll down to learn how. Real food, real kids, real good. — Ann Butler, founder, http://www.EdibleEdu.com
If you love muffins, you’ll adore this recipe that’s as fun as it is easy to make. Just ask Claire and Alex, who are whipping up theirs with a favorite fall flavor: pumpkin. (more…)
“At Edible Education our mission is to empower kids to have the culinary skills they need to create simple, healthy, real food recipes,” says Ann Butler, founder of the Richmond, VA-based Edible Education — a company that offers hands-on cooking lessons to our nation’s kids.
Butler explains that studies from the CDC show that if children are exposed for 50 hours to food education by the time they are 12, you can change the way they think about food for the rest of their lives. (more…)