This recipe comes from The Cassoulet Saved Our Marriage: True Tales of Food, Family, and How We Learn to Eat, a new anthology of personal essays, stories and recipes about “how [ … ]
Growing up, my family ate at the kitchen table most nights. We kids set and cleared the placemats, dishes, and silverware. Mom served food on platters and in large bowls with utensils that matched our cutlery. We set out homemade cloth napkins tucked into lovely napkin rings. Wonderfully, every meal was relatively balanced.
A study presented in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior explores how parenting styles and work schedules affect children’s diets.
The holidays are meant to be a time filled with love, peace an understanding. But we all know that we still live in the real world and getting folks together can be challenging.
This year, here a few tips to get you through the holidays while still making them enjoyable and not stepping on anyone’s toes!
Check out this interview with Robin Burnside, author of The Homesteader’s Kitchen: Recipes from Farm to Table. Get her take on what it means to eat sustainably, nourish your family, and be a modern-day homesteader.
I basically grew up in the kitchen. Some of my best memories are of watching my grandmother cook or standing on a chair by the stove to stir the pot [ … ]
I admit that I am not the most rational person in the world. When faced with big choices, weighing the pros and cons is not how I behave. My decisions [ … ]