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A recipe for getting tweens shaking and baking

Katie Wilton talks about ingredients before her cooking class of tweens at the Brookline Public Library start making things like strawberries with cream cheese, topped by a blueberry. Katie Wilton talks about ingredients before her cooking class of tweens at the Brookline Public Library start making things like strawberries with cream cheese, topped by a blueberry. (Wiqan Ang for The Boston Globe)
By Clara Silverstein
Globe Correspondent / June 17, 2009

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If tweens just starting their summer vacations put down their Wii controllers and cellphones, Katie Wilton has an old-fashioned idea for staying busy: cooking. And that includes learning to make cream cheese-filled strawberries and other things they will never see on a fast-food menu. (Full article: 734 words)

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