Filed under: Events, Food/Health Blogs | Tags: Brooklyn Food Conference, ChowMama, kid-friendly food
So the Brooklyn Food Conference was great. Lots of people came by and I’m gearing up to do free consultations with 40 people!
I shared a table with Stacie and Michelle from Chowmama.com. Stacie and Michelle are two awesome ladies who are working to spread the word that our kids don’t need to be given special “kid” food to eat, a la chicken fingers and day-glo yogurt, but that they can and will enjoy the same healthy food as their parents if given half a chance to eat it. I highly recommend their blog, Chowmama.com, which contains loads of kid-friendly recipes and family food tips. Be sure to check it out.
The Brooklyn Food Conference is tomorrow, May 2! I’ll be in the second floor gym of John Jay High School on 7th Ave. and 5th St. in Park Slope from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. along with the other exhibitors. I’ll be raising awareness about what I do and signing people up for free health history consultations.
There are a lot of great things planned for the day, like workshops, cooking demonstrations, and more. Here are the featured speakers:
Executive chef and co-owner of Blue Hill Restaurant
Author of Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen
Author of Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System
President and CEO of the Institute of Community Resource Development in Chicago.
Be sure to check out the conference Web site for details about this free event. Hope to see you there!