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Family Dinner Month 2012: Sept 17 -- Oct 29, 2012

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My Dad’s Filet Mignon

by Kathleen Cuneo, Ph.D.

Most of the time I attribute my love of food and cooking to growing up with a mom and maternal grandmother who passed on their passion for food and their skill for preparing it to me. This past Mother’s Day, however, I found myself thinking of my Dad [...]

Rhubarb Strawberry Slump – A Tribute to My Dad

by Deanna Segrave-Daly

I was introduced to rhubarb via desserts at a young age. My father, like his immediate family, has a huge sweet tooth and a special love for any type of homemade baked goodie. (As the oldest of five kids, he was notorious for quickly eating his dessert and then [...]

It’s Always Family Dinner Time

by John Donohue

In my childhood home, there was a square yellow clock on the wall of the kitchen, where we ate our meals, and I will never forget its face. In particular, I will always remember its thick and thin black hands pointing to 7:20. That was the time [...]

Family Dinner Recipe: Coconut Rice with Black Beans, Plantains and Mango Salsa

by Michael Natkin

We are thrilled to have Michael Natkin lend a post and great recipe as we kick-off Celebrating Dads and Influential Men month on Blog for Family Dinner. Today he shares an easy, quick, kid-friendly and delicious recipe that can be thrown together on a weeknight and is still interesting for adults! [...]

June: Celebrate Dads, Influential Men and Family Dinner

This month on Blog for Family Dinner, we will host Dad bloggers as well as posts about influential men and family dinner. We are excited to offer a great giveaway this month. Check out the details here. Or just comment on any post in June or sign up to our mailing list on the side [...]

How to Cook with Your Kid the Best ______________ (Fill-in-the-Blank) Ever!

by Ben Cohen-Leadholm

OVERVIEW

It is one thing to cook a meal with your kid. It is another thing entirely to accept the challenge of pursuing the best________________ (fill-in-the-blank) ever! Different from casually preparing a meal with my kid, deciding to create the superlative dish together allows me to teach my daughter three [...]