Simon Cran, 4, tastes a piece of pizza he made himself during Pizza Rock "kids in the kitchen" class Saturday. The class gives kids ages 5-10 a lesson on "healthy pizza" with the aim of getting them used to cooking for themselves, and making cooking fun.
Simon Cran, 4, tastes a piece of pizza he made himself during Pizza Rock "kids in the kitchen" class Saturday. The class gives kids ages 5-10 a lesson on "healthy pizza" with the aim of getting them used to cooking for themselves, and making cooking fun. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Simon Cran, 4, tastes a piece of pizza he made himself during Pizza Rock "kids in the kitchen" class Saturday. The class gives kids ages 5-10 a lesson on "healthy pizza" with the aim of getting them used to cooking for themselves, and making cooking fun. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
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