Spending time together in the kitchen is a great experience for friends and family alike, promoting everything from basic understandings of chemistry, to knowing how to properly measure out ingredients to get the desired results. Tactile knowledge is gained as you begin to understand how to sift flour and knead dough. Most importantly, there’s the shared love of family and food that comes across as you build family traditions.
Please use this section of the website to find inspiration for creating a much needed bond with your family. Home Baking Association Mealtime Solutions@the table encourages community to build a history of loving family memories centered in the kitchen.
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Since 2014, nearly half a million people have committed to “Dining In” on Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) Day!
Better Nutrition for Kids
It starts in the kitchen! a powerpoint presentation (in PDF format) by Connie Evers for the Home Baking Association
The Family Dinner Project Want to Join? The only thing you need to do is share a meal with the people who are closest to you.
Locally Made – Learn how to bake for locally made, carbon reducing benefits.
No Kid Hungry Whether baking is your passion or just a hobby, it’s a way to support No Kid Hungry’s efforts to end childhood hunger in America.Thrill of the Skill Preparing your own food also develops an “active or hands-on lifestyle,”
We invite you to check out the Family Dinner Project Dinner Tonight archive