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Kiddos in the Kitchen
19 minutes | Jan 15, 2022
Setting an Example
As parents, we can pass down recipes and teach kitchen skills. But perhaps nothing is more important than sharing a love of cooking and time in the kitchen — than the example we set. Martin Diez, a pastry chef with the global chocolate giant Barry Callebaut, shares how he and his wife are doing just that. Plus, learn what a ragu is and the kitchen gadget one chef says could take your cooking to new heights.
22 minutes | Dec 3, 2021
Holiday Baking with Kids
Holiday baking is a treasured time for some parents — a dreaded one for others. But professional chef and baker Jackie Bruchez knows holiday baking with kids isn’t about the perfect cookie. It’s about creating memories. And she’s here to help make it fun and doable for all of us. PLUS, meet our first featured cooking kiddo, Chef Ayo Brazier.
21 minutes | Nov 12, 2021
Food Safety & The Dishes Every Young Chef Should Know
Food safety is important. After all, no one likes salmonella. But as parents, we don’t always feel confident we know what’s important to teach our kids. So, today, food safety expert Lisa Yakas weighs in. Then, four chefs share the dishes they think everyone should know how to cook before they leave home.
17 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Set Yourself Up for Cooking Success
Let’s talk about the basics. What are the keys to a successful evening in the kitchen? Hint: It’s not fresh ingredients or the perfect recipe. Chef, kids cooking class instructor and owner of Palate Culinary Services Debbie McGiffin shares her advice. This is what she teaches her young students on the first day of cooking camp.
5 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
What’s in Store for Season 3
Welcome to Season 3 of the Kiddos in the Kitchen podcast! Get a sneak peek of what’s in store for the new season.
7 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
Summer Shorts: Make Your Own Fruit Soda (Small Plate)
In “Mommy Summer School,” we’re doing projects to help encourage experimentation and inspire empowerment in the kitchen. The Fruit Soda project was something we learned about from a magazine launching this fall. Get ready to have fun with your kiddos making a soda you won’t mind them drinking.
7 minutes | Jul 30, 2021
Summer Shorts: Make Your Own Chicken Marinade (Small Plate)
In “Mommy Summer School,” we’re doing projects to help encourage experimentation and inspire empowerment in the kitchen. The Chicken Marinade project was so successful we’ve done it more than once. Get ready to have fun with your kiddos making an original chicken marinade recipe.
5 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Summer Shorts: The Popsicle Project (Small Plate)
In “Mommy Summer School,” we’re doing projects to help encourage experimentation and inspire empowerment in the kitchen. And the Popsicle Project was a winner. Get inspired to spend an afternoon with your kiddos making totally original and totally fun popsicles.
25 minutes | May 14, 2021
Introducing Kids to Foods from Around the World
Understanding the cuisines of various cultures gives us a window into the world as well as a greater repertoire to draw from when we cook. In this month’s episode — the Season 2 finale — Chef Clifton Lyles of Revolution Foods is back to talk about introducing kids to foods from around the world. Then, Dr. Natalie Muth shares a helpful tip about sweets.
18 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Where Food Comes From
What happens when we help kids understand where foods come from? Is it possible they’ll be motivated to make choices that are healthier for their bodies and for the planet? That’s what Meagan Fishell, founder of The Healthy Kid Project, hopes. Later in the episode, we’re joined by Clifton Lyles, Executive Chef and Vice President of Product Development for Revolution Foods, with a simple way to prepare asparagus.
33 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
How We Cook and Eat Now
The pandemic has changed everything in our lives, including how a lot of us view cooking at home and eating with our families. In this episode, we’re talking to Theresa McCluskey, a full-time working mom of four, about how the pandemic has affected her cooking. Then, registered dietitian nutritionist Malina Malkani is back to talk about baby-led weaning and how this approach to feeding a baby can change family mealtimes.
12 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Small Plate: A Kiddo Makes Banana Bread
Follow along as we bake banana bread with a 6-year-old in this fun bonus episode.
21 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
The Meal Is the Byproduct
How does a professional chef teach his own kiddos to cook? With calm and ease in the kitchen. Executive chef Phillip Baxman shares how he stays calm and his thoughts on safety when cooking with his kids. Then, dietitian Dr. Lauri Wright returns to share a fun kids’ kitchen activity: Slumber Party Oats.
32 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Getting Kids to Try New Foods
Why won’t my kid try new foods? Why must they say “yucky!” all the time? Frustrated with a picky eater? It’s time to change all that. New year, new family food habits. Allison Rinehart of Lil’ Pinkies Up offers several tips for encouraging kids to try new foods — and improving table manners too. Then, Edel Denha, a Michigan mom, shares her family’s food journey.
27 minutes | Dec 11, 2020
Holiday Cooking and Baking with Kids
Cooking is a sensory experience, and sometimes, kids are able to let go and explore more instinctively than adults. Meghan Stott, a mom and teacher for the blind and visually impaired in Washington state, shares what she’s learned from her own daughter — and how they navigate the kitchen with a visual impairment. Then, Hassanatou Barry, owner of The Babysitter Guru, offers a few tips for baking with kids this holiday season.
6 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Small Plate: Homemade Holiday Candy
In this Small Plate bonus episode, registered dietitian Dr. Lauri Wright shares how to make buckeye candies — and her family’s time-honored tradition of spending time in the kitchen on Thanksgiving weekend.
25 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
Eating Veggies & Picky Eaters
What parent doesn’t want their kid to eat more vegetables — and to stop being so picky about food? Well, today, we’re talking with two people (both moms) who have some thoughts. First, Kim Bise of NaturalDeets.com shares how she’s gotten her own kids to eat more vegetables as her family has embraced a clean eating lifestyle. Then, Dr. Heather Koza discusses her tips and tricks for dealing with picky eaters.
34 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
When There Isn’t Enough Food
Dr. Lauri Wright, chair of the Nutrition and Dietetics Department at the University of North Florida and a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, explains how the pandemic is affecting food access. Then, Mari Suzuki, author of the cookbook Kitchen Wizard Flexipes, shares how to save time in the kitchen and stretch your grocery budget, too.
30 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Creating Better Family Mealtimes
Parents ask Natalie Muth, MD, what the best thing is they can do for their child. As a pediatrician and dietitian, she says: Eating family meals together. Dr. Muth, author of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ book Family Fit Plan: A 30-day Wellness Transformation, explains how we can make home cooking easier and healthier. Then, Allison Rinehart, a cooking instructor who helps parents expand the horizons of picky eaters, shares creative approaches to those things kids love to hate — veggies!
7 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
A Preview of Season 2
How do we make cooking simpler and more accessible for families? That’s what our conversations are all about. Hear some of the voices joining us for Season 2, including cookbook author Mari Suzuki, pediatrician and dietitian Dr. Natalie Muth, executive chef Phillip Baxman, babysitting guru Hassanatou Barry, and mom and blogger Kim Bise. Welcome to Season 2 of Kiddos in the Kitchen!
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