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  • Vanessa: Hi.

  • I'm Vanessa from SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com.

  • Are you hungry?

  • I hope so.

  • Let's talk about it.

  • A couple months ago, I made this video talking about 120 kitchen items, and I showed you

  • my kitchen.

  • A lot of you asked, "Can you make a cooking video?"

  • I thought this might not be that interesting, but I know a way to make it a little bit more

  • interesting.

  • I wanted to combine this with another video that I've been wanting to make for a while,

  • which is how to talk to kids in English.

  • So, if you have kids and you would like to speak with them in English, I hope you'll

  • enjoy this lesson because I'm going to be making these muffins.

  • These are some broccoli cornbread muffins from this toddler cookbook.

  • I just got this cookbook and we've made a lot of stuff from it already.

  • I love cooking with Theo.

  • It's my two-year-old.

  • It's fun to make things with him, see how he focuses on the tasks.

  • It's just a bonding moment, and we're also doing something useful.

  • We're making food.

  • So, we're going to be making these things today, and I'm also going to be talking about

  • what we're doing, so even if you don't have kids, I hope that you'll be able to learn

  • some cooking expressions, things that we're doing.

  • You'll see some of the items.

  • This is not a professional cooking show, so I am quite unorganized.

  • All of the ingredients are all around the kitchen.

  • Yes, so there's a lot going on, but I hope that you'll enjoy it.

  • If you would like to make this, feel free to ... You can check out the link.

  • I'll put an Amazon link in the description if you want to make the same muffins that

  • we're making.

  • They're not sweet.

  • They're kind of a savory cornbread broccoli muffin.

  • You're going to also see my two-year-old using a knife in this video.

  • Don't worry.

  • These knives are toddler knives, so they cut pretty well.

  • But because they're made of silicon, it's like a type of plastic, and they're serrated,

  • so they have those little ridges on them, they cut pretty well but they don't cut fingers.

  • If you cut yourself with it, you feel it a little bit, but it never breaks your skin.

  • It's a great thing for a child.

  • So, you'll see him using that, but never fear.

  • He's fine.

  • He's used them a lot, and he loves cutting things.

  • That's his dream come true.

  • He wakes up in the morning and wants to chop things.

  • All right, let's get into our cooking video.

  • I hope that you'll enjoy the process.

  • I hope that you'll enjoy some of the things that ... some of the expressions that you

  • learn.

  • My child, Theo, doesn't say that much during this video because he is so focused.

  • He wants to stir.

  • He wants to chop.

  • He is very focused, but I hope you'll still be able to have some good language that you

  • can use as well in your daily life.

  • All right, let's get cooking.

  • Theo: You all done?

  • Vanessa: I am all done, but do you know what we need to do?

  • We need to get all of the ingredients ready.

  • Theo: You get it for me and put it in.

  • Vanessa: Let's see.

  • Okay, we got to open to the right page.

  • It's page 90.

  • There it is.

  • Okay.

  • This is the ingredient page.

  • Okay.

  • It says we need broccoli.

  • Do we have broccoli out here?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: We do?

  • Theo: No.

  • Vanessa: Not yet?

  • Okay.

  • So, I got to get broccoli, milk, apple cider vinegar, cornmeal.

  • All right, let's get the broccoli.

  • Theo: I'm gonna put in the broccoli!

  • Vanessa: Okay.

  • Can you put that on the counter?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: Okay.

  • We have cornmeal.

  • Can you put this on the counter, too?

  • There we go.

  • Oh, what else did it say?

  • We need milk.

  • Okay.

  • We got milk.

  • I'm going to take this with me while I look for the ingredients.

  • We need apple cider vinegar, which is up here.

  • Theo: I'm going to open that.

  • Vanessa: We need some flour.

  • Theo: I need to open that broccoli.

  • Vanessa: You need to open that broccoli?

  • Theo: We need the cutting board.

  • Vanessa: We do need the cutting board.

  • You're right.

  • Theo: What's that?

  • Vanessa: That's apple cider vinegar, but I'm going to put this over here because it's a

  • glass container.

  • We need some baking powder.

  • Theo: Isn't that a glass container?

  • Vanessa: Baking soda.

  • Theo: Isn't that a glass container, too?

  • Vanessa: That's not a glass container.

  • That's probably made of paper or cardboard.

  • All right, we got those things.

  • Theo: You think I cannot open that?

  • Vanessa: Is that a little bit tough to open?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: Yeah, that's because we haven't opened it yet.

  • It's new, so I probably should do it.

  • All right, we're going to need some butter.

  • Theo: Why do we need cow milk in there?

  • Vanessa: Why do we need cow's milk in there?

  • Because that's part of the ingredients.

  • It's going to make it tasty.

  • We need some eggs.

  • Wow, there's a lot of ingredients for this.

  • Do you think we're going to be able to do this?

  • Theo: Rubber.

  • Vanessa: And we need some cheese.

  • Theo: I found a rubber band.

  • Vanessa: You found a rubber band?

  • Yeah, that rubber band is keeping the corn ... Oh, where did it go?

  • It's keeping the cornmeal in, so I'm going to put this over here.

  • That could be a big mess.

  • All right, I think we have everything.

  • Are you ready to get started?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: Okay.

  • Let's take a look at the first ingredient.

  • The first thing, first instruction, says, "Preheat the oven," so we have to preheat

  • the oven to 375.

  • Is that something you do or I do?

  • Theo: Me do.

  • Vanessa: You do that?

  • I think that's something that I do.

  • I'm going to preheat the oven.

  • Bake.

  • 375.

  • Start.

  • Okay, so that's going to be starting.

  • "Fill muffin tins with paper cupcake liners."

  • Well, we're not going to do that, but we can use our muffin tins.

  • All right.

  • The next thing says, "Ask Theo if he wants to cut the broccoli."

  • Do you want to cut the broccoli?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: Okay, so I'm going to help you do that.

  • Let's put- Theo: Why are you going to-

  • Vanessa: ... the cutting board- Theo: Why are you going to help me?

  • Vanessa: Because the broccoli's a little bit hard, so we have to use an important tool

  • first- Theo: Are we going to-

  • Vanessa: ... your hands.

  • Let's open this up.

  • Can you help me rip it?

  • Here you go.

  • Okay.

  • Theo: We'll take off the rubber band.

  • Vanessa: Good idea.

  • Can you get that?

  • Pull that off.

  • All right.

  • Let's leave the rubber band here.

  • I'm going to put the cutting board ... Actually, I'm going to move your chair-

  • Theo: Why?

  • Vanessa: ... this way, a little bit closer- Theo: Why?

  • Vanessa: ... to the cutting board.

  • We have your special kid-safe knives.

  • All right, I'm going to take off some of these pieces.

  • Do you know what I need you to do?

  • This one is a little bit more tough to cut.

  • I need you to ... Yeah.

  • Oh, good.

  • Yeah.

  • Cut it like that.

  • Cut it like a saw, like you're sawing a tree.

  • Nice.

  • Is that okay?

  • Theo: Mm-hmm (affirmative).

  • Vanessa: Nice.

  • All right.

  • Those knives, it's almost impossible to cut your fingers, so we are all good.

  • I'm going to break off the little stalks, and you can cut them for me.

  • Wow, that one went flying.

  • All right, this is the stalk, Theo, this part.

  • This is the stalk.

  • We don't need that part for the muffins, so we're going to put that part on the plastic

  • bag, but these parts we're going to keep.

  • All right.

  • Keep cutting them.

  • Oh, nice.

  • You know what that's called?

  • That's called a chop, top chop, because you're putting your hand up here to chop it.

  • Good.

  • All right, so we need about three-fourths of a cup of broccoli.

  • That's probably about three-fourths of a cup if you cut all of this.

  • Do you think you can keep cutting it?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: All right.

  • Keep cutting.

  • I'm going to get our measuring cups.

  • Let's see what we need here.

  • We need milk and vinegar together.

  • Oh, we don't have a bowl.

  • Do you remember where we keep our bowls?

  • They're up high?

  • I'm going to get one.

  • Okay.

  • Let's use this bowl.

  • It says, "Pour the milk and apple cider vinegar together."

  • I bet that that is going to curdle.

  • What do you think?

  • Theo: Do you think the big cup's going to put that in?

  • Vanessa: Oh, we're probably going to put the broccoli in there in a little bit, but let's

  • cut a little bit more first.

  • So, this is the one that you finished down here?

  • Let's see.

  • We have to fill up this cup.

  • Can you fill up this cup with broccoli?

  • Theo: No, I'm going to do it.

  • Vanessa: All right.

  • We need some little pieces, like these little pieces.

  • That's great.

  • Let's cut this big piece one more time.

  • All right.

  • It says, "Finely chop it."

  • Hm.

  • Probably going to need some really small pieces.

  • Don't worry.

  • These knives are very safe.

  • You're good at using that knife, bud.

  • All right.

  • I'm going to rip this up into little shreds.

  • Good work.

  • Theo: Do you think that one a little bit hard?

  • Vanessa: It is a little bit hard.

  • Is it too hard for you?

  • Do you need some help?

  • Theo: Yeah.

  • Vanessa: Okay.

  • Theo: I couldn't.

  • Vanessa: Okay.

  • Why don't you cut these little ones here and I'll cut this big one with my hands?

  • I'll break it up.

  • Theo: Why?

  • Why you not cut it?

  • Vanessa: Well, I think I can use my hands probably just as effectively.

  • There you go.

  • Okay.

  • You want to put that one in the measuring cup?

  • I think we probably have just enough broccoli, and we'll save this broccoli for another time.

  • Oh, I think that's probably all we need.

  • We probably don't need that one unless you really want to cut it.

  • You want to put that in here?

  • Thank you.

  • Okay.

  • Can you put those little pieces in there?