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Celebrity Chef Anne Burrell Talks Cooking For Kids

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Before Food Network Star, Anne Burrell became the host of Worst Cooks in America and Secrets of a Restaurant Chef, she was an instructor at the Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park. So, it should come as no surprise that her answer to, “What’s the most important thing to remember when cooking for kids?” is an educated, qualified response.

Watch Anne Burrell’s common sense on Cooking For Kids and share your best (or funniest) advice for cooking with kids in the comments.

In case you missed it, check out celebrity chefs Sara Moulton, Giada De Laurentiis, Jet Tila and Fabio Viviani talk Cooking For Kids and share your advice!

This segment on Cooking For Kids is part of a longer interview featuring Anne Burrell from Pebble Beach Food & Wine coming soon.

Orecchiette, Prosciutto, Shiitake, Peas and Ramps (above) from Anne Burrell’s Cooking Demonstration, How to Cook Like A Rock Star. More photos and information about Pebble Beach Food & Wine.

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One thought on “Celebrity Chef Anne Burrell Talks Cooking For Kids

  1. Ethan says:

    Sounds like a great idea for cooking with kids! Thanks for sharing! I’d like to invite you to our party, Fantastic Thursday. Hope to see you there!

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