Take a trip around the world without ever leaving your kitchen. With diets filled with mac and cheese and chicken fingers, it's hard to imagine that lil ones will open their minds – or palates – to anything other than typical kids' menu fare, but that's probably because mama hasn't given them the chance. Celebrity chef and Top Chef Master Rick Bayless has spent years changing the way we look at Mexican food and recently spoke with me about ways to introduce the cuisine to young eaters, how kids can start their own organic garden through Seeds for Change's Sowing Millions Project, and his thoughts on the recent Top Chef finale. Take a look!
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