Yvette Hampton talks with Katie Kimball, founder of Kids Cook Real Food eCourse and Kitchen Stewardship. Katie is the national voice of healthy kids cooking, is a blogger, former teacher, and mom of 4 kids who founded the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse, recently recommended by The Wall Street Journal as the best online cooking class for kids. Her blog, Kitchen Stewardship helps families stay healthy without going crazy, and she’s on a mission to connect families around healthy food and teach every child in America to cook.
If you missed the first part of this conversation you will want to go back and listen to Monday's episode.
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