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How food preparation together can make my family feel closer

My children and I cook together. It has grown from an occasional event through the years to becoming more regular and structured. It has become sarma recept kulinarika our lifeline as the coronavirus epidemic ravaged us all a few weeks in the past.

My parents were not keen on cooking, but my younger siblings loved steak au poivre. It became their favourite dish. When it was time to allow the sauce to ignite and they’d run into the kitchen to while at a safe distance with an extinguisher to look at the flames. They also would clap their hands at the sound of smoke alarms.

I started inviting them cook for me from time at times. They could help with peeling vegetables, frying steaks, and flipping pancakes.

As a creature of social media, I would also often post photos and videos of my creations — including the obligatory slo-mo flambe — which eventually gave me the idea to combine the activities and give birth to “Daddy and Holly and Liam’s Cooking Show,” a friends-and-family-only Facebook endeavor that we’d put out once every month or two. This format helped structure the seemingly random lessons, and made it more enjoyable for the kids to cook.

Cooking with friends is more essential than ever since the coronavirus epidemic. Adults can easily understand how people seek activities to do during lockdown. Children might find interruptions in their routines stressful. Although Zoom classroom is an option, it’s not enough.

We also need to take into consideration the possibility that a pandemic may strike the adult brain as well as the twin concerns of helping our kids cope with this new reality, as well as preventing the kids from losing their temper.

The coronavirus can be slowed through cooking together. It’s not as difficult to be separated as much as binge watching Netflix or Disney Plus. We talk about food and I make numerous dad jokes. I can also frighten them by pretending I’m cutting my hair. It’s clean, fun and good.

Cooking is a wonderful method of teaching coronavirus related lessons. Handwashing is a fundamental part of kitchen life. However, we now make a loud buzzer sound whenever someone touches our faces. Then, we immediately go to the bathroom to get 20 second antiviral scrubs.

It doesn’t mean that every food item has to be a work of culinary art. Tonight, I will be making tacos from mixed ingredients (gasp! There are still a few tips and tricks that I can use tonight for making tacos with mixing.

I wish I could say that cooking with kids eases my burden. They may take longer to finish tasks than I do, and sometimes the final product is less polished. Additionally, there are extra cleanup tasks.

In a world trying to prevent a global crisis in the near future, extra time may be an asset.

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