Yesterday, moms and their kids turned out in droves to protest a pending ordinance that will all but forbid the sale of home-baked goods in New York City public schools. We got a few passionate foodie-mom protesters to weigh in.
momlogic's Vivian: Bake sales have long been a fundraising tradition at schools. But with pending Chancellor Regulation A-812, New York Department Of Education (DOE) officials will succeed in banishing anything home-baked from being sold in schools between the hours of 8 AM and 6 PM (with the exception of one PTA-sponsored endeavor per month) -- while permitting the sale of less-healthy prepackaged goods (like Doritos). All of this comes under the guise of fighting childhood obesity, since quantifiable nutritional values are displayed on packaged goods.
Much to their parents' chagrin, most young kids suffer from a severe veggie deficit. Actress Jennie Garth hung out with us and shared how she "vegges out" with her family.
Afraid that a permanent plus one will knock you off the reservation list? Believe it or not, you can still enjoy eating out once in a while -- even with a little one (or two) in tow! Here's how.
What 8-year-old boys do you know who would incorporate scallions into their PB&J repertoire? Meet Ryan Jaskowski, PB&J finalist extraordinaire!
To all you crazy anti-peanut butter moms: Don't try to eliminate the delicious substance from my kid's life just because your kid can't have any.
What the heck do you do when your kid refuses to eat anything healthy?!