Kitchen Kids

October 2011
Guideposts;Oct2011, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p66
The article presents the author's narration about a church cooking class. The author and her husband had moved from Long Island, New York, to the village of Lake Luzerne, 200 miles upstate and joined an Episcopal Church. She wanted to start a cooking class for children, as she had done in Long Island but was unsure of the results here. But when she did, the idea turned out to be a success with large participation from children, learning recipes and praying simultaneously.


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