Chef Michael Cimarusti on Cooking for Kids

Cimarusti's latest restaurant venture, Connie & Ted's gives an insight into the chef's love of family.
Cimarusti’s latest restaurant venture, Connie & Ted’s, gives an insight into the chef’s love of family.

“Make things that they like. And try to sneak in things that they don’t.” — Chef Michael Cimarusti

I had the opportunity to meet legendary chef and Los Angeles local, Michael Cimarusti at the annual food festival, The Taste, presented by Los Angeles Times.

Following a sweltering afternoon of talking sustainable farming and preparing a salmon dish for a live audience on the Paramount Pictures backlot, the Providence LA chef-owner has some solid, humorous advice for parents.

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Cimarusti is the father of two, and family is clearly important. His latest endeavor, Connie & Ted’s is named after his grandparents.

Watch this short video and tell me, What’s your strategy on Cooking for Kids?

See more of my interview with Chef Michael Cimarusti here.

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