Wed, 17 September 2014
In today's episode, Aviva and I discuss various ways to make mealtimes easier and avoid the dreaded "six o'clock scramble".
Aviva is a family dinner expert and the founder of The . She is a Today Show contributor and frequently appears in media such as The Katie Show, The Washington Post, O Magazine, Real Simple, Working Mother, Prevention, and more. Scramble
Aviva is the author of two cookbooks: The and Scramble CookbookSOS! The . She is a mother of two and great at all things dinner! Scramble to the Rescue: Earth Friendly, Kid-Pleasing Meals for Busy Families
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Some of the tools we discussed on the show:
- A slow cooker/crockpot (you can set a timer)
Direct download: 06_The_6_OClock_Scramble__Time_Saving_Tips_to_Make_Meal_Making_Easier_with_Aviva_Goldfarb.mp3
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Thu, 11 September 2014
In episode Dr. Dina Rose, author of It's Not About the Broccoli: Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating explains how we can teach our children to love a variety of foods and create rules for happier family meals. We also talk about how to handle the stresses and struggles that come when trying to get kids to try new foods and, how to avoid the tableside negotiations that so often become a part of mealtimes with picky eaters.
Dina Rose, PhD is a sociologist, parent educator, and feeding expert. She writes for her blog, It's Not About Nutrition, for The Huffington Post, and for Psychology Today. Her work has been featured on TV, radio, and in both print and online news resources such as: Fox News Boston, NBC Connecticut News, Martha Stewart Radio, HuffPost Live, Sound Medicine, Health Talk Wisconsin, Good Parenting Radio, Babble, The Globe & Mail, Mamapedia, Parenting Magazine, and Spirituality & Health.