HAWMC: Best conversation I had this week

by Molly on April 8, 2012

in about the kitchen

For the month of April, I’m participating in the Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge from Wego Health. Each day I’ll be writing a health-related post based on the HAWMC prompts, aiming to challenge myself as a writer and health activist. Thanks for following!

This conversation actually took place more than a week ago, while away on holiday in Wales with my mother-in-law. I’m terrible at remembering details, so this is a rough retelling of our conversation…

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Molly: I think I’d like to teach little kids. Did you love it when you were a teacher?

Anne: It’s so much fun! One of my favorite things to do was teach them how to cook.

Molly: Wow, that would be amazing! What sort of food did you cook with them?

Anne: All sorts. We didn’t have a full kitchen, so it was all made using either a fridge or a microwave, but the kids didn’t mind. They loved it.

Molly: I bet they did!

Anne: One of the funniest classes we had in the kitchen were making noodles for Chinese New Year. You should have seen them with their chopsticks!

Molly: Adorable… I’d love to teach cooking and nutrition in a school, or maybe have my own kitchen where I hold lessons one day.

Anne: That sounds really good. I always loved having the boys help out when I was cooking at home. It was great to have them standing on chairs, stirring things.

Molly: Your very own assembly line!

 

So there you have it. Be on the lookout for The Particular Kitchen cooking classes in the future!!

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