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Kids in the Kitchen

A good diet is important for you and your kids. Bring the kids in the kitchen and develop their palates by introducing them to a variety of foods that are easy to prepare. Read about what foods are good for kid's brains to the best snacks.

5 Italian Dishes Kids Can Make

Kids are more likely to eat food they've helped to prepare. Here are 5 Italian dishes kids can make from HowStuffWorks. See more »

5 Tips for Making the Perfect Panna Cotta

Panna cotta is a simple dessert, but there are a few tricks to it. Learn five things that will make you a panna cotta pro in no time. See more »

5 Tricks for Making Homemade Gelato

Delicious gelato can be made right in your own kitchen. Check out these five tips to ensure a perfect homemade gelato. See more »

What is the difference between ice cream and gelato?

Aren't ice cream and gelato basically the same thing? Nope. Find out what distinguishes one yummy frozen treat from the other. See more »

Should you use mascarpone or ricotta for cannoli?

It may be Italy's most famous sweet export. Find out whether mascarpone or ricotta should be used for traditional cannoli. See more »

5 Foods That Kids Most Often Choke On

Are you wondering what are some foods that kids choke on? Check out this article and learn about 5 foods that kids most often choke on. See more »

Jon & Kate Plus 8 Recipes

These Jon and Kate Plus 8 Recipes are fun dishes to prepare with your kids. Make the recipes Kate and her kids prepared with chef Emeril Lagasse. See more »

5 Safe Cooking Activities for Kids

Safe cooking activities for kids are a great way to teach them some culinary skills. Check out 5 safe cooking activities for kids. See more »

5 Kid-proofing Musts for Your Kitchen

Kid-proofing your kitchen is an important step in kid safety and the home. Check out 5 kid-proofing musts for your kitchen. See more »

Are kids' taste buds different from adults'?

Are you wondering are kids' taste buds different from adults'? Check out this article to learn about kids' taste buds vs adults'. See more »