They have three young (and hungry) kids and no time to cook! Helena and Joseph Goncalves were serving the same old suppers. So we sent a famous foodie to give them new recipes and bust them out of their dinner rut.
The key to making weeknight dinners a breeze is finding recipes that allow you to prep components in advance. Taking an hour on Sunday to tackle some preliminary chopping and cooking will save you precious time during the week.
While there are no road maps to feeding toddlers, these 12 tips can help them develop good eating habits. Check out these tips from "The Toddler Care Book: A Complete Guide from 1 to 5 Years Old" by Dr. Jeremy Friedman.
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Melissa Clark: The New York Times columnist, author of countless cookbooks (including her latest, In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite) and the mastermind behind the feature story, A Global Potluck in the September issue of Parents magazine. Clark dishes on her fool-proof cooking method, her love of pie, and the cookbook she couldn't live without.