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At Kids Can Cook, students learn skills that mothers will appreciate any day

From left: Hallie Cuddahy, chef Joshua Riazi, Sarah Bartel, and Emily Nagle at the Kids Can Cook program. From left: Hallie Cuddahy, chef Joshua Riazi, Sarah Bartel, and Emily Nagle at the Kids Can Cook program. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Jane Dornbusch
Globe Correspondent / May 7, 2008

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No mom truly expects her young offspring to cook up gourmet fare on Mother's Day. Toast that's a little burnt at the edges, with weak coffee to accompany it, or overcooked pasta and spaghetti sauce from a jar are part of the endearing charm of this annual ritual. (Full article: 960 words)

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