Category: In the Kitchen
In the olden days, families would gather around one television, all watching one show. Shows were catered to a general audience, and whoever had control of the remote managed to control what the whole family was watching. The shows featured characters that each person in the room could relate to, and discussion about the plot soon followed a dramatic moment or a commercial break. In this way, the family unit was together.
Today, with the rise of the internet, on-demand-content, and the proliferation of the smartphone, the family living room has changed. In most middle class homes each family member has his or her own device (i.e. tablet, smartphone, smart-TV), making entertainment far more individualized.
There are two core things research suggests about feeding children health food. The first is that it takes approximately 12 presentations of the undesirable food, before your child is likely to try it and enjoy it. It won’t always work, however, persistence is the key.Read More
The ancient human history is full of evidences of people twisting their food and experimenting with their cooking style and ingredients to create unique recipes.Read More
Inspiring our younger generation to develop a positive relationship with healthy food is the best gift we can give them for their own health and wellbeing. Getting them involved in food preparation and being in the kitchen is a fun way to nurture this relationship with healthy eating and can build a great foundation for these life skills.Read More
Finding ways to get kids eating their veggies is often a daily parenting challenge, and studies show that just 5.4% of children aged 2-18 years met the guidelines for getting the recommended daily serves of vegetables, which is a worrying figure for growing bodies.Read More
I really don’t want to put pressure on you, or to make you feel guilty, but if you are doing...Read More