Our terrific editor over at Roost Books sent us this link because…well, she’s awesome and likes to think and talk and read about food just as much as we do. It’s a bunch of chefs you might have heard of, who happen to have kids, talking about how they feed said kids. You do have to wonder what it’s like inside a home where a parent cooks for a living. What do chefs cook for their kids? What do chefs’ kids eat? What do they do differently from the rest of us? What can we do to be more like them?
The suprisingly accessible answers are here, in their own words. My personal favorite? “We try not to use food as a ‘parenting mechanism'”
Also, I’m on the hunt for those olive oil pancakes. With chocolate and honey.