Email me!

Send comments, pictures, recipes, links and ideas!

babyinthekitchen@gmail.com

Subscribe Now

Subscribe via email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Search This Blog

About


All About Baby in the Kitchen
 





Just a few short years ago, I called my sister panicked.

D: "Hello?"
C: "Quick! How do you make tacos?!"
D: "Zuh?"
C: "I'm trying to make tacos and I think I'm doing it wrong!"

It was a family joke for a long while...and this wasn't the first food-related distress call. Usually my sister was the recipient, ("How do you bake a potato? How do I know when chicken is done?") and sometimes my mother-in-law or aunt catches the duty.

I am not the kind of girl who lives with regrets. I try to take each day by the balls and make the most of it. That being said, I do have one huge regret- that I didn't pay attention to my mother's cooking.  I never offered to help, never wanted to be taught, and never pressured my mom to help me figure it all out. She died in 2003 and I was stuck. I could make pasta and grilled cheese (barely).

I knew nothing about spices. Hated most veggies. Never had fresh produce on hand. Yeesh. It's a wonder my husband married me- his grandmother's cooking is famous (amongst our family anyway!).

I started to gain more and more interest and began to educate myself. Every day I struggle to find the real answers instead of shrugging and saying, "Can't be that bad for me, yum!" (my husband loves that phrase).

Once my daughter was born, I began to panic. How do I introduce her to the right foods? How do I get her to have a diverse palate (something I was not raised with)?  How do I make sure she's not just eating junk!?

I found some great books, talked to a lot of people and read a lot of websites...and here I am, right in the middle of my journey. I like to post what I'm making in my facebook status and people are always interested in hearing the recipe. That got me to thinking- I should be recording all this and then I can make it into my own cookbook some day (blurb.com, blog to book).

Still with me? Awesome.

Here's my disclaimer.
*I'm not an expert.
I'm not a doctor.
Always consult your child's pediatrician before introducing solid foods.
Many of these posts are just my opinion based on my personal experiences.
Be smart and do not take my word for it:)

I think that covers it. This site is meant to be fun and sometimes informative. Got ideas? Recipes for me to try? Send me an email!



tracking