One of the greatest gifts you can give your children is an appreciation of healthy, wholesome foods. Welcoming them into your kitchen is a great way to get them excited for mealtimes, and it might just make them more open to trying new foods and flavors.
Join some of FOOD & WINE’s favorite personalities as they share the kitchen with their children. Get step-by-step instructions for preparing their favorite kid-friendly dishes, and follow their tips for coaxing kids to get cooking.
After all, if meal prep is a family affair, it'll mean less stress for mom and dad—and better nutrition for everyone.
Marc MurphyAfter a childhood spent in cosmopolitan cities around the world—Milan, Paris, Villefranche, Washington, D.C., Rome and Genoa—Marc Murphy realized he didn't have the funds to follow his first passion, becoming a professional racecar driver, so he followed his brother to the Institute of Culinary Education.View More
Born and raised in Ottawa, Canada, Hugh Acheson started cooking at a young age and decided to make it his career after taking a very long time to realize that academics weren't his thing. At age 15, he began working in restaurants and learning as much as possible.View More
At Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, James Beard Award–winning chef-owner Michael Schwartz shares his passion for where food comes from. His flagship Miami restaurant opened in the Design District in 2007, followed by a sister Michael's Genuine in Grand Cayman in 2010 and Harry's Pizzeria ...View More
While growing up in South Boston, 13-year-old Barbara Lynch got her first kitchen job cooking at a local rectory. It was in high school, however, that an influential home economics teacher and a job working with...View More
Andrew Zimmern is a James Beard Award–winning TV personality, chef, food writer and teacher. As the creator, host and co-executive producer of the Travel Channel's hit series Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World, he travels the globe, exploring food in its own terroir.View More