Relating to children and food, picky eaters, food preferences, cooking with kids in the kitchen, enjoyment and introduction of new foods, snacks, and food choices
In this post, we honor two remarkable women who shaped the world of food around them: Portland-based cooking teacher and Slow Food USA leader Katherine Deumling, and Deborah DeBord, a visually impaired home cook and CSA advocate who wrote for this blog in 2019–2020.
This guest post comes to us from Claire P, an engineer at Brillopak, a robotic packing and Palletising machine manufacturing company in the UK. In this post, Claire talks about how to pack lunches for your children that are not only healthful and nutritious but are also appetizing to kids! Apart from designing, Claire loves to blog. […]
Do you have young, fussy eaters (or older adult ones) in the house who won’t eat their vegetables? Won’t even look at them? Do they make faces at the mere mention of broccoli, asparagus, or spinach? Most of us have childhood memories of certain foods that our parents made us eat, or traumatizing moments when […]