At Wild Thyme, a Lexington cooking school that caters to all ages, Carlyn Sharp, 7, left, and Megan Cox learned to make peach smoothies during an   American Girl Derby Day — hence the hat — tea party. Owner Allison Davis says the key to teaching kitchen skills to children is to "keep it fun."
At Wild Thyme, a Lexington cooking school that caters to all ages, Carlyn Sharp, 7, left, and Megan Cox learned to make peach smoothies during an American Girl Derby Day — hence the hat — tea party. Owner Allison Davis says the key to teaching kitchen skills to children is to "keep it fun." Lexington Herald-Leader
At Wild Thyme, a Lexington cooking school that caters to all ages, Carlyn Sharp, 7, left, and Megan Cox learned to make peach smoothies during an American Girl Derby Day — hence the hat — tea party. Owner Allison Davis says the key to teaching kitchen skills to children is to "keep it fun." Lexington Herald-Leader

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