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Cooking for Kids with Luis

Cooking For Kids with Luis is a television cooking series for pre-schoolers, which was broadcast on Nick Jr. (Australia) (formerly on Nickelodeon Australia) in 2004.

In this television series, Luis (age 6 as of the series' debut) prepares, cooks and shares some of his favorite dishes - from scrambled eggs to tortillas, dumplings to Guatemalan cheesecake.

At six years of age, Luis is the Guinness World Record holder as the youngest host of his own television program. The series is also seen on a number of broadcasters worldwide, including Nick Jr. in America, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Germany and France where Luis is dubbed.

The series was directed and produced by Phillip Tanner with Jason Critelli as associate producer/production manager.

The series was followed by a similar program about gardening for children entitled Gardening for Kids with Madi.

Cooking for Kids with Luis won two ASTRA Awards in 2005: Most Outstanding Australian Production Kids and Short Form. Luis was also nominated as Favourite New Presenter.

The program also spawned a cook book published by Pluto Press.

This program inspired All for Kids.

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