this is where I’m going to throw all my links and preliminary internet research. this i gunna be pretty dense stuff, but a good resource for me and other students in this project.
- of note: last page shows percentages of who eats what for breakfast (via Bryan)
- apparently, breastfeeding moms shouldn’t eat :”onions, garlic, spicy food, etc” reference
- “Anything that can be frozen is perfect , especially hearty soups, stews and casseroles that don’t require much other than thawing and heating. Nothing spicy or gassy if she is breastfeeding.” Reference
- I thought this was interesting. how to have the parents involve their kids in the cooking. I may want to explore this further. PBS’s guide to cooking with kids
- Cooking w/ kids gets them excited about trying new foods FAQ about cooking with kids
- Cookbooks for busy parents this way i can see what foods parents make. This sounds like a trip to borders…
- The Working Parents Cookbook by Jeff and Jodie Morgan. sounds like a good reference.
- The One-Armed Cook: A Kitchen Survival Guide for New Parents
by Cynthia Stevens Graubart , Catherine Fliegel. another good reference.
- Tips for parents: Encourage kids to eat healthy
- Berkely Parents Network advice on eating. good stuff here for a lot of the people in studio.
- More from the BPN: Quick Meals for Tired Families The thing to look at here is how people suggest to prepare food, and what appliances they use/don’t use. Crockpots and food processors were used the most.
- How To Cook With Kids Underfoot I think this is a relevant issue for my project.
- Those Berkeley parents are at it again. info on kitchen appliances, etc
- the GIL catalog is a catalog of every book that is held by any university in the University System of Georgia. This is a powerful tool.
- I need to borrow my family’s Moosewood Cookbook. you gotta check this out, people.
ppl to call tomorrow, when normal ppl are awake: (A. debbie, my mom, cousins: beth, levi, ben, alisha, mindy, matt,