Kids are naturally curious and adventurous. Those are excellent qualities to have in top-rate kitchen helpers. But don't stop there. Get them involved with all aspects of food selection and preparation and you'll set them up to be great cooks now and in the future.
January brings us some of our coldest weather of the year and this year is no exception. Fight back by eating your veggies via one of the most comfort food presentations I know: a creamy bisque brimming with everything from parsnips and broccoli to onions and celeriac.
When parents tell me they can't get their sweet little darlings to eat their veggies, I share one of my recent most-requested recipes by the six-year-old. Surprise! It's a dish entirely comprised of vegetables bathed in a great seasoned oil mixture and roasted. Sometimes simple really gets the job done.
Most people know how to grill meat. Take on a new challenge with grilling fruit and vegetables. A trio of great recipes awaits you and just around the corner is the applause of your adoring fans as they get to enjoy the fruits (and vegetables) or your labor!