Cooking With Little Nico

March 22, 2012

Little Nico has made his cooking show debut on Cooking with Nico, in which the adorable chef-in-training teaches us how to make scrambled eggs. He takes us from "Step 1: Help" to "Step 4: Cook the Eggs," before generously pouring ketchup - the best part - over the finished dish. He sure does like his ketchup. But, what kid doesn't like ketchup? Thanks to mom and dad Celia and Steve Lerum for sharing this delightful and precious video. See you next time, Nico! 

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I'm Laura Loesch-Quintin, a food writer and photographer, as well as the voice behind the recipe blog gourmette•nyc. Originally from Philadelphia, I was raised in a French-American household where vinaigrette, cornichons, and clafoutis were (and still are) staples. When not cooking, writing, or photographing, I can usually be found exploring the food markets of New York City.

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TheWimpyVegetarian March 26, 2012
What a great way to start my week. My grandchildren visit regularly and 'help' me in the kitchen. This was just adorable.
 
mrslarkin March 26, 2012
I need to watch this every day. It's joyful! Thank you to NIco, Celia and Steve!
 
Burnt O. March 23, 2012
I have a feeling there might have been a substitution of "stunt eggs" for the ones he actually cooked with after adding a half quart of milk... Adorable! Well done Mom and Dad for encouraging his interests.
 
TheWimpyVegetarian March 26, 2012
Totally! I cracked up when all that milk poured into the bowl. Love it!!
 
Burnt O. March 23, 2012
I have a feeling there might have been a substitution of "stunt eggs" for the ones he actually cooked with after adding a half quart of milk... Adorable! Well done Mom and Dad for encouraging his interests.
 
Winner C. March 23, 2012
this video made my night! Hilarious. It's everything joyous and fun about cooking and none of the stress. <3
 
BoulderGalinTokyo March 22, 2012
My kids had this children's song in Japanese "Kechi kechi Ketchup!"
Kechi means stingy --Kechi Kechi Ketchup!!
 
monkeymom March 22, 2012
this is hilarious. Thank you for the laugh.
 
PistachioDoughnut March 22, 2012
Nico one order please with extra extra ketchup! he is so adorable...i just want to bite him...ofcourse with some awesome ketchup...
 
boulangere March 22, 2012
Nico is welcome to make me breakfast any day.
 
lschrive March 22, 2012
This made my day - Thank you to Nico's parents for letting him spill, explore and teach us all something!