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Making the Most of Dinner with Adolescents

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


The supplies your kids really need for school (no pencils required)

Just like all transitions, the back-to-school season can stir up many different emotions for kids. With new teachers, new classes, new schedules, and more, it’s no wonder our kids may feel a little stressed out. While you’re likely well stocked on the notebooks and pencils, a child’s confidence and coping skills might be in short […]

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, […]

Real Family Dinner Projects: The Uchida-Wood Family

Meet the Uchida-Wood family, a family of four (soon to be five) who are tackling everything from cooking skills to tough topics with their preschoolers.

5 Christmas Movie Dinner Scenes That Need Expert Help

These 5 Christmas movie dinner scenes are classics, but they could use some expert help from The Family Dinner Project to make them merrier!

Sinister Salute

Students at a Tennessee elementary school recently got a big lesson in history class, but it may not have been the one that their teachers intended.

Green Beans: Three Chefs, Three Ways

Like green beans? Here we offer 3 recipes from 3 different chefs (plus a bonus recipe!)

Family Dinner at the White House

Jodi Kantor, author of “The Obamas,” talks about the First Family’s dinners together.

Top Your Own Squash Bar

Squash tailored to your taste buds, courtesy of guest blogger Jen Haugen, RD


What is a “Family Dinner,” Anyway?

What is a family dinner? And how can you make sure your mealtime routines count? Get reassurance and realistic advice from Dr. Anne Fishel.

Veggie Skeleton is the Life of the Party

“I have witnessed a carefully constructed veggie skeleton disappear faster than you can say abracadabra…”

A Q&A with Children’s Author Nancy Loewen

Enter to win an autographed copy of Nancy’s new book!