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How Many Cooks in your Kitchen?

Now that the school year is winding down, you might want to break out of a dinner rut and try something new. For instance, now might be the perfect time to involve your kids more in making and/or serving dinner. By inviting everyone to contribute to dinner, the experience not only becomes more fun, but […]

Making the Most of Dinner with Adolescents

Dr. Anne Fishel offers tips for getting teenagers more engaged in family dinner

School-Home Connections Twitter Chat, 11.17!

Join The Family Dinner Project and Bettina Siegel of The Lunch Tray to talk about successful home-school connections.

Keeping Kids Healthy Twitter Chat

Join The Family Dinner Project and Allison Howe, MPH of Don’t Panic, Mom! for a Twitter chat on keeping kids healthy at home and school.

Fish chowder

Fish Chowder

The Family Dinner Project is based out of Boston–so we had to include a recipe for Fish Chowder, New England Style! (This recipe was republished from Food.com). Junior chefs can help you peel potatoes, scrub carrots and celery, or add some more seasonings in for additional flavor. We suggest trying out versions with Old Bay spice, […]

May-Feature mother and son

May’s Menu: Honoring Our Mothers and Soldiers

  Need an interesting conversation starter for the table this month? Ask your family what May’s two major holidays—Mother’s Day and Memorial Day—have in common. While the obvious answer is that they both start with the letter M, there’s a deeper connection you may not know about. According to this History.com article, what we refer […]

Feeding the Bond: A Father-Daughter Story

How cooking and eating together nourished one family after loss

School Chef Offers Good Advice for Picky Eaters

“Suddenly I have a kid who likes salad, fresh herbs and deftly mincing garlic…”

Not Your Average Valentine’s Day Ideas

Trying to come up with something different to do with your family on Valentine’s Day?

Co-Founder Dr. Anne Fishel on Mom Enough Radio

Our co-founder talks family dinners and creative strategies for food, fun and conversation with the Mom Enough audience.

You Can Hate to Cook and Still Love Family Dinner

Food may get us to the table, but is it the most important part of family dinner?

How to Beat Tension and Conflict from Your Family Dinner

Six simple insights into common dinner table conflicts, and how to tame them for good.