Can your kids cook? A new report suggests they should have mastered twenty- five dishes by age eleven

Nov 28 2016
EMBARGOED TO 0001 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MasterChef finalist Emma Spitzer teaches Harvey, aged 9, and Hattie, aged 10, to make some of the top 25 recipes children should be able to cook by the age of 11, following research compiled by Samsung in a new study to launch the Family Hub Refrigerator.  Issue date: Thursday November 24, 2016. In a new UK wide initiative to reduce food wastage by encouraging families to cook together, Samsung has revealed that the average UK household wastes £51,000 of food over a lifetime, and one of the top five reasons for this is children leaving food on their plates. Pictures by: Daniel Lewis.

Wouldn’t it be lovely if the kids could take care of meal times? London Mums would be very happy about it, wouldn’t we all… Well a new report suggests they should be able to do just that by age 11. Commissioned to launch the Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator, the research of 2,000 parents found that 25 years ago the average child could make six dishes by the age of 11 – however the modern kid can cook only four.

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Christmas Recipe: 17th century gingerbread biscuit

Nov 12 2016

If you are missing Bake Off try to make this Christmas recipe for a 17th century gingerbread biscuit kindly donated by The Museum of London and Albion which have joined forces to create this yummy cookie commemorating 350 years since the Great Fire of London.

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Recipe: Raw Carrot Cake Cookies

Aug 05 2016
Recipe Raw Carrot Cake Cookies Zootropolis-0230

This recipe for raw Carrot Cake Cookies has been exclusively created by Livia’s Kitchen to celebrate Zootropolis out now on Blu-ray & DVD and donated to London Mums.

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