Roundup: The Quick Bites Column’s Greatests Hits

Roundup: The Quick Bites Column’s Greatests Hits

Aside from nutritional advice, our adventures cooking alongside our families and the kid’s gadgets we love, Ceri and I also wanted to introduce  SPC readers to writers, bloggers, editors and personalities who are making a difference in the nutrition and lives of families. We called that column Quick Bite and it’s been our great pleasure over the past year and a half to speak to some of the most impactful and inspiring names in the industry. We couldn’t resist plucking a few of those chats out of our archives to share them here again with you. Each of these Quick Bite subjects have contributed-in some small way-to the heart and soul of the SPC family. We hope they inspire your own.

Chatelaine magazine’s Jane Francisco  (above) is a dear friend of SPC and we loved chatting with her about

Producer and Activist Laurie David was featured last December on SPC while she was promoting her book The Family Dinner.

Jenny Rosenstrach of Dinner a Love Story is a former editor of Cookie magazine and now a rock star in the blogging world with her humorous and informative site about the family dinner grind.

Writer, cartoonist and Stay at Stove Dad founder John Donahue made his appearance on SPC in May of this year when he was launching his book Man With a Pan; Culinary Adventures of Fathers Who Cook for Their Families.

Writer Amanda Hesser penned the best-seller Cooking for Mr. Latte and  The Essential New York Times Cookbook but SPC spoke to her about cooking with her then 41/2 year old twins.

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