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Kiss the Cook apron? Check. New Balances? Donned, and tied tightly. Grill brush multi-tool? Duh. If this Sunday scene sounds familiar, you probably have a food dad. A noble, much-appreciated creature, the food dad is often observed participating in fascinating rituals to establish pack dominance when congregating with other food dads, including—but not limited to—worrying that Bob is going to overcook the steak, commenting on what he calls an “interesting choice” of seasoning, and making the same sausage joke three to four times over the course of a single gathering.
Unfortunately, many of the food dad’s habits are yet to be fully understood, (see: staring deeply into searing meats for extended periods of time) and much more work needs to be done on the subject if we’re to have a rounded, nuanced understanding of the life form.
Thankfully, though, your fearless VICE editors have done
As summer kicks off, the food bank is giving kids a chance to learn culinary skills while having fun
There are plenty of fun activities for kids to do throughout the summer but one at the Coastal Bend Food Bank is teaching them something new while also feeding their taste buds.
“We have found that this is a really good way to introduce children to more fruits and vegetables, getting that hands on experience,” said Shelby Cook, a community registered dietitian.
Through recipes and a follow-along instructor, children learn how to make a variety of meals from quesadillas to homemade pasta sauce.
“The more exposure a child gets to a certain vegetable or fruit, the more likely the child is to start showing interest in it. Start at the grocery store, maybe asking to start looking through the produce section, and they’re more open to trying it,” said Cook.