Food & Family
My 5-year-old daughter is a picky eater, especially when it comes to fruits and vegetables. My other three kids are good eaters. What can I do?
My family doesn't eat as well as I would like. They don't eat enough fruits and vegetables. Do you have any ideas?
We have been eating more family meals during the summer months. With the school year starting, we get really busy. We would like to keep our family meals going. Do you have any ideas for us?
My kids want to eat the same thing day after day. How can I help them try new foods?
My niece and nephew, ages 6 and 9, want to help me cook. What are some age-appropriate things they can help me do?
Eating out for lunch is a treat now and then. Eating out every day, however, can make a dent in your budget.
Here's a sample lunch menu, which will help you meet your daily nutrition needs:
Whether or not you have children at home, you may face the same dilemma as many families. With work and activities, you may have little time to prepare food.
Add a touch of spring to your home all year long. Consider growing some herbs in your home or a container or garden outside. Growing herbs can be a fun project for kids and may encourage them to try some different foods, too.
We are trying to have more family meals, but we are just too busy to sit at the table for a long time. How long should a family meal last? Are they worth the time?