When we last left our heroine, she was contemplating how much (or is it how many?) sweeteners she should allow in her food. On this week's episode of Are you Smarter than an FP.com editor, we examine how family dinners can help prevent family problems.
Like many Americans, my family doctor has cautioned me to take better care of my expanding body.
Thanks to Twitter and my fellow digital mates at Putman Media, the following blog post crossed my desk: PETA Classified as a 'Terrorist Threat by the USDA. After checking Snopes.com to make sure this wasn't a hoax or urband legend, I sat down with my morning beverage of choice...
I confess, I've been a horribly busy parent who has served her kids numerous plates of macaroni and cheese and turkey burgers over the past few weeks. What can I say, my husband was travelling through China and the rest of us all had places to be, homework to...
McCormick Spices was thoughtful enough to forward me the URL for the Rosemary Baked Chicken recipe I made in last week's Erin/Food Processing Project.
True to my word, I have officially embarked on the Erin/Food Processing project. If you recall, my plan was to try and cook at least one recipe per new food product or ingredient(s) that cross my foodie desk.
Forgive me blog readers, for I have sinned. It has been almost one month since my last blog post.
I'm up to page 324 of Julia Child's memoir, My Life in France. It's a fabulous book about her travels around Europe with her husband, Paul, and her ascension to the role of French Chef we all grew to know and love.
My 13 year old recently came home from school with some information that startled me as a parent. One of her teachers was planning to show the movie Supersize Me in class that week.
It's Back to School time all around the United States. While the thought of heading back to the books spells doom and gloom for some, at our house it means a whole new experiment with back to school lunch foods.