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Fisher-Price Servin’ Surprises Kitchen & Table Review #vlog

By December 18, 2012 ,

Who says cooking is just for girls? Certainly not me. I love the idea of boys (and adult men) knowing how to cook. When my son was younger, he enjoyed watching me in the kitchen and helping out by stirring eggs or getting ingredients out the fridge.

Fisher-Price Servin’ Surprises Kitchen & Table

Note: I received a product sample for review purpose. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own. Now that he's older, he now wants to learn how to "cook" like I do. While he's certainly not ready to use the adult stove and kitchen, he's at a great age for a play kitchen of his own.

Recently Fisher-Price sent us (really him) their new Servin’ Surprises Kitchen & Table (MSRP: $70; Age: 2 years+) for review.

The Servin’ Surprises Kitchen & Table is an interactive play center that brings kitchen role play to life. Place any Servin‘ Surprises food item on the serving tray and it recognizes that specific food and responds with related sound effects and songs. Table features built-in stovetop with burner and grill and open ­and-close oven, all featuring realistic sound effects.

Includes pizza with customizable toppings and pizza cutter. For dessert, there are 4 cookies ready to bake on a cookie tray. Also includes two place-settings for sharing meals, each with a pretend fork, spoon, Cup and plate.

Storage area in center of table holds place settings, utensils and food accessories. Requires 6 "AA" batteries not included.

My son was beyond excited to have his own kitchen where he could make pizza (one of his favorite snacks) and pretend to cook dinner like me. Check out the video below to see my son in action and hear my thoughts on the Fisher-Price Servin Surprises Kitchen

As I said in the video, I LOVE that when play and meal time is over, you can convert it into an plain table perfect for arts & crafts, snack time or other fun activities. Since the table is also adjustable, as my son grows, he can continue he's cooking fun.

To learn more, visit - www.fisher-price.com

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  1. OOOHHH, now you know I LOVE this so much being the cooking kind of mom I am. Oh yeah, it's a toy for kids. hahaha!

  2. I had as much fun playing with it as my son did. Parents can enjoy this with their also :)