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Lessons from Mom's Kitchen

Posted on May 07, 2014

Happy Mother's Day to all of our Rad-Moms!  Thank you for inspiring the next generation of happy, healthy eaters.  

Your kitchen lessons help your children to experience success, independence, creativity and confidence!  At Raddish, we'd like to thank our moms for inspiring our lifelong love of cooking.

What did you learn from your mom in the kitchen?

  My mom taught me to be resourceful!  She called me Maeggie MacGyver (80's reference here!) as we scoured the kitchen for ingredients --- transforming leftovers and pantry staples into memorable meals!
--- Maegan, Content Creator

  My mom taught me that food is a time for celebration!  My absolute favorite meals were my mom's "Celebration of Life" dinners.  Every so often my mom would surprise us with a delicious dinner of filet mignon and kiddie wine (aka sparkling grape juice) "just because." 

--- Amy, Marketing Manager

  My mother encouraged me to be creative, so naturally instead of cooking, I was “creating.” Thanks Mom!
--- Kari, Designer

  My mom taught me you can always throw something delicious together. Recipes are for special occasions, but family meals are every day. I think about our conversations and the connecting that that family meals provided and I love doing that for my family now. My mom rocks!!!
--- Lynn, Culinary Coach

  Well, my first word was "olive"... so my mom either taught me to appreciate gourmet foods at an early age, or to make a good martini!
--- Samantha, Raddish Founder

Raddish is a cooking club for kids! Created with a mission of bringing families together in the kitchen and at the table, our monthly thematic cooking kits take the guesswork out of cooking with kids while creating delicious kitchen memories along the way. Raddish is designed by a team of educators and chefs who believe the kitchen classroom is the tastiest place to learn. Join our membership today!

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