Creating a cookery language for children as young as two.
Sally Brown and Kate Morris have a simple mission: to get all children cooking. We believe every child has the right to learn this vital life skill, whether it is learned in the home or at school and that children are capable of achieving more in the kitchen than most parents and teachers realise.
We aim to put the “I CAN” back into cooking for children - stripping away all the barriers and excuses for not cooking. Our approach has led to the creation of a new cookery language, devising new safer methods and techniques that enable young children to create healthy and delicious food. We use ready- to- hand tools and utensils, there’s no need for fancy gadgets
Television We devised the successful CBeebies television series My World Kitchen which launched in February 2018, on CBeebies. There are now 30 episodes, available in Latin America, The Republic of Ireland, and on British Airways. We are currently filming more episodes. "Huge congratulations on the show. What a brilliant format, a celebration of diversity in Britain and of changing tastes." Bee Wilson, Food Writer commented on My World Kitchen. We also co-devised I Can Cook, first commissioned in 2008 and running to 104 episodes - also available worldwide.
Cookery books We are authors of four children’s cookery books including I Can Cook and The World in My Kitchen. Cookery School Our pioneering cookery school, The Purple Kitchen, (2003 - 2013) was the first in the country for under fives and their parents to attend on a weekly basis.
Consultancy New for 2018/2019 is Sensory Food Education for education professionals - see Flavour School Sally Brown and Kate Morris offer educational and cookery consultancy to the media, local authorities and business including both advisory andpractical solutions to support life skills training in cooking and healthy eating.
We are available for talks and demonstrations as well as interviews. Get in touch >