I have reviewed a lot of cookbooks over the years, but this one is really special..a must have for all families (and it is free!) Moms, dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles all want to see kids eat well. Many kids (and, some parents) don’t know what do to in the kitchen besides open the StyrofoamContinue reading

Chicken Myths

At the 2011 Food Media Seminar, sponsored by the National Chicken Council and US Poultry and Egg Association, I got the chance to eat a lot of great chicken dishes (see picture of Charlotte Jenkins Gullah Jerk Chicken–a Lowcountry Cuisine classic). I also thought about some of the myths about chicken so let’s set theContinue reading “Chicken Myths”

April Fool’s Day Fun with Food

The Evidence Analysis Library of the American Dietetic Association has a section on pediatric overweight and recently I was give the opportunity to translate the science into section for the consumer side of the ADA website (http://www.eatright.org/) One thing that struck me was the behavioral science of raising a child to have a healthy weightContinue reading “April Fool’s Day Fun with Food”