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eat2explore cooking kit

An eat2explore subscription provides monthly cooking kits: recipes, spices, grocery lists, and educational materials about the history, culture, and food traditions of a ­variety of countries. From $21 per month at

Training Peels

Opinel’s peeler for kids

Peeling vegetables is a great task for petite chefs. Opinel’s sturdy peeler uses a ring to help position small hands to make it easier. $18 at

Dress Up

Organic Company child's apron

Half the fun of working in the kitchen is fearlessly making a mess. These kid-size twill aprons from the Organic Company can handle whatever gets spilled on them. $28.


Nordic Ware child's size bakeware

These scaled-down baking sheets from Nordic Ware are the ideal size, shape, and weight for kids’ use. $12 at

Chop Chop

tovla jr plastic knives for kids

The blades on these serrated safety knives from Tovla Jr. are made from sturdy nylon; they produce a precise cut on vegetables but won’t harm little fingers. The handles have a no-slip grip, too. $10 for three at

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