How can moms look for whole foods that are fresh and seasonal but don cost a ton?
I don’t think it’s about the money, because I pay the same amount at farmer’s markets than I do at the supermarket. Rather, I think the real issue is that eating like this takes a lot of time, and moms don’t have a lot of time. You have to go to the market and buy it and cook it. I empathize: I have a kid, and I’m a professional chef and there are nights when even I don’t want to cook a whole meal. But if I go to the farmer’s market and buy a head of lettuce, well then I have to do something with that lettuce immediately so that it doesn’t go bad. That’s why I recommend buying foods like leeks, onions, potatoes, and squash. They’re great, fresh ingredients but they keep for a little while. What are your daughter’s favorite foods? Ava eats everything. She’s obsessed with pizza and pasta. The first thing she says when she wakes up in the morning is “pizza.” She loves kiwis. Cantaloupe. Cheese. French fries…here’s a perfect way to re-invent the French fry: Take a couple of potatoes, bak