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Parents' Guide to

My World Kitchen

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Fun children's food prep show teaches cooking and culture.

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This series celebrates diversity and food by offering a fun and educational way to underscore the between the two. The young cooks offer some simple breakdowns of a few of their family's traditions that are easy for other children to understand. The step-by-step demonstration of how they prepare each dish, which ranges from Italian olive pizza to Jamaican saltfish and cabbage, offers an opportunity for children to replicate the recipes on their own, or with the help of an adult. It also includes important reminders about food allergies, when to ask a parent to help, and, for nutritional purposes, how often a dish should be consumed. Overall, My World Kitchen is a yummy way for kids to learn about different cultures, food, and cooking, and there's no doubt that it will inspire some up-and-coming chefs and foodies along the way.

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