Lunchtime is an important part of the school day for kids. It’s when they are getting the fuel from food necessary to finishing their studies. It’s also a time when social interaction has kids making friends and often sharing their lunches. Just in time for back-to-school season, one of the top mom-cooking experts in the country shares lunchtime inspiration for parents.
Brooke Parkhurst – co-author of “JUST MARRIED & COOKING” – explains how to provide creative lunches that will put a smile on the face of your family!
TASTY LUNCHTIME TIPS FROM A SUPER CHEF & MOM:
- RAISING THE BAR–The truth about nutrition bars as snacks
- CRUNCHABLES PLEASE – Lunchtime alternatives for you’ll love
- SWEET START – Alternatives to sugar and carbs provide fast energy
- CREATE FUN – Turning the PB&J into a lunchtime masterpiece
TALENT BACKGROUND: Brooke is a mother, writer and cook. In her debut cookbook, Just Married & Cooking, Brooke has developed into a culinary, entertaining and wine expert with recurring appearances on and writing gigs for: NBC Today Show; CBS New York, The Couch; Fox, Fox & Friends, People.com, Redbook.com and WomensDay.com She has also written a novel, Belle in the Big Apple that features a small town Southern girl who moves to New York City in search of a career—and a good meal. Brooke has also penned the online food column, Full Plate, (think Carrie Bradshaw-cum-June Cleaver) for the New York Daily News and hosted the ABC digital food series,
Eat & Greet. She also was a lifestyle/cooking correspondent for Conde Nast’s debut web network.
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