Denver program teaches kids to cook, become ‘Jr. Master Chefs’

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DENVER -- There is a program in Denver that teaches little kids how to cook.

Sticky Fingers Cooking is working to turn little ones into chefs. At the same time, kids are learning about nutrition and if they're picky eaters, they seem to get a lot more interested in eating when they're cooking the food.

Who knows, maybe someone will end up taking the prize on Gordon Ramsey's Jr. Master Chef  scene on FOX31 Denver.

Boris Sanchez visited the cooking kids. What he saw is in his video report.


1 Comment

  • joel glass

    This is a practical solution to the problem of fussy eating. Another alternative would be to put more than one food item on the table , making sure there is a winner for fussy kids to fall back to in case they do not like the other items. It is better not to stress that your picky kids should eat a certain food. You may also like to try a simple fussy eaters recipe

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