It’s never too early to learn to cook – and the perfect lockdown activity. Top chefs and bakers share their tips on making it safe and fun
Lockdown isn’t much fun for parents of small children, who now find themselves attempting round-the-clock childcare while possibly juggling work as well, and with the added hassle of overseeing a schedule of schoolwork.
I’ve found that the best way to cope – aside from a renewed interest in drinking – has been to get the kids involved in cooking. Mine are young (five and two), but if they can help out at dinnertime a little, I’ve decided that it counts as home-schooling. Here are a few tricks that I’ve discovered to gain their interest, as well as some expert tips.