Chrissy Teigen’s Daughter Is Already Embracing *This* Family Hobby

It seems that Chrissy Teigen's daughter Luna (4) is looking for her mother and grandma Pepper Thai.
Pepper (Teigen's mother) recently sat down for an exclusive interview with PureWow and exchanged inside information about her two grandchildren Luna and Miles (2).
While talking about her passion for cooking, Pepper found that Luna was already following in her footsteps. Not only is she old enough to help out in the kitchen (no offense Miles), but she has mastered the art of pureeing garlic.
"Luna in particular is now learning how to cook so many things and help in the kitchen - like garlic porridge," Pepper told PureWow. "I think she will be great one day."
When asked how she really feels about her sous-chef, Pepper revealed that she doesn't mind the extra company. "I prefer to cook with the family, with the help of the children," she explained.
We're not entirely surprised that Luna helps out in the kitchen, especially since cooking has become a family tradition. "I've cooked all my life," she added. "My mother was a grocery seller and I learned how to cook from her."
Pepper is currently partnering with Ajinomoto for the “Know MSG” campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the flavor enhancer. "I'm so excited and so happy to be there," she said. "The campaign aims to help educate more people about MSG and its benefits."
Before we know it, Luna will be putting out her own cookbook. Mark our words.
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