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There are plenty of jobs for kids in the kitchen, including food prep, clean-up and even simple flavor exploration. Join host Stephanie Conner in Kiddos in the Kitchen and find inspiration plus real tips from chefs, cooking instructors, health experts and more on how to turn kitchen experiences into family experiences.

Kiddos in the Kitchen Stephanie Conner

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There are plenty of jobs for kids in the kitchen, including food prep, clean-up and even simple flavor exploration. Join host Stephanie Conner in Kiddos in the Kitchen and find inspiration plus real tips from chefs, cooking instructors, health experts and more on how to turn kitchen experiences into family experiences.

    Saving Time (and Having Fun) in the Kitchen

    Saving Time (and Having Fun) in the Kitchen

    Not enough time to cook and do all the other things on your to-do list? Andrea Anthony gets it. The owner of the Lobster Roll in New York and star of Eat, Drink and Bake with Andrea is a mother and grandmother. And she has a number of strategies for making the most of your time in the kitchen. Then, Margie Saidel from Chartwells K-12 shares a few ideas on how to make kitchen time more fun for our kiddos.

    • 30分
    Small Plate: A Sweet Holiday Story

    Small Plate: A Sweet Holiday Story

    Melanie Potock, author of Adventures in Veggieland, helps parents work with their little picky eaters. But she stresses that our main job is about joy. In this bonus episode, she shares a joyfully sweet kitchen story of her own.

    • 6分
    Baking with Kids

    Baking with Kids

    It’s the holidays, and that means cookies! It can also mean a messy kitchen and some stress as you strive for an idyllic baking experience with your kiddos. Wendy McGowan, a professional cake and cookie decorator, is here to help make it go more smoothly — from how to set appropriate expectations, to what to look for in a sugar cookie recipe, and even how to make less mess.

    • 24分
    Small Plate: Talking Turkey 2019

    Small Plate: Talking Turkey 2019

    Thanksgiving is a special holiday, especially if you love family and food. In this bonus episode, we share thoughts on Thanksgiving cooking from Toria Frederick of The Step Stool Chef as well as a funny story about turkey from Margie Saidel, a registered dietitian and VP of Nutrition and Sustainability at Chartwells K12.

    • 9分
    Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen

    Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen

    We might think a parent’s main responsibility in the kitchen is to offer healthy foods. But Melanie Potock, a certified speech language pathologist who specializes in feeding children, offers a different view. Our job is more fundamental than that — our job is joy. And if you’re too tense or distracted to find the joy, our next guest has some strategies you might appreciate. Amisha Klawonn, of the Centered Mama, offers various techniques to help you be more centered and present.

    • 30分
    In Pursuit of a Healthier Relationship with Food

    In Pursuit of a Healthier Relationship with Food

    In this episode, registered dietitian nutritionist and spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Malina Malkani shares her thoughts on the importance of helping kids develop a healthier relationship with food — and how parents can make a difference. (Spoiler alert: Part of it involves bringing kiddos into the kitchen.) We also talk about the value of family meals — in all their forms. And in our second segment, Melanie Potock, a certified speech language pathologist who specializes in feeding children, gives us her top strategies to proactively tackle picky eating.

    • 31分

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