Nicholas finds kid food in an unlikely place -- this time, it's a hamburger.Read More »
Articles Tagged “Nicholas Day”
Taking the sweet out of sweet corn. Just a little.Read More »
Eggplant can be a tough sell -- but not if you turn it into dip, says Nicholas.Read More »
Nicholas wants us to make pesto like a 3-year-old -- with abandon, and especially with kale.Read More »
Don't fear baking projects with children -- not even soft pretzels. Just give in.Read More »
When it's almost too hot to eat, yogurt soup saves the day (and feeds the kids).Read More »
Nicholas has come to terms with feeding his children pizza for breakfast -- you should too.Read More »
Nicholas proposes that the only reason children don't like vegetables is because they don't have enough anchovy.Read More »
Between Nicholas Day's family cookbooks, tips for trying new foods, Amanda's kids' lunches, and eating by example, we talk a lot about eating with and cooking for kids here on FOOD52. Today we have a digital solution to your lunchbox woes: LaLa Lunchbox, a new app for iPhone that brings parents and kids together to plan and pack lunches.
With the philosophy that kids who plan their own meals grow up to be better eaters, LaLa Lunchbox combines adorable graphics with truly helpful tools for busy families. Kids feel empowered because they get to choose their own meals, parents save money (the app generates a grocery list for you -- no more wasted, unwanted food), and everyone saves time -- both in the mornings when packing lunches and at the store.
It's interactive, it's educational, and it can be 100% personalized to your pantry. You can easily add your kids' favorite dishes -- whether that's mac and cheese or pickled ramp and cream cheese sandwiches -- to the database, and you can share your children's lunch ideas via Facebook, Twitter, or email. ("You'll never guess what our oldest picked for lunch -- maybe yours will like it too!")Read More »
Nicholas Day explains why most family cookbooks fail -- and offers one glimmer of hope.Read More »