Posts Tagged ‘ food ’

What Would Betty Do Logo Eating in Asia

Feeding a 7-Year-Old in Asia I have to admit, I was nervous about traveling to Hong Kong and Macau with a 7-year-old boy. The Assistant is a good eater, but it’s one thing to eat something unfamiliar for one meal, and something entirely different to eat unfamiliar foods for all meals. Fortunately, our hotel in […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Betty Says: WTF, Monsanto?

I have a very distinct childhood memory. I was in third grade, or thereabouts, and we had to bring food seeds from home: root vegetables that had sprouted, or seeds from a fruit, like an orange. I planted a lemon seed, and was so deeply proud of it as I brought it home in its […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Cold Lunch

In mid-June, the Tiny Kitchen Assistant will be starting a new child care program, one that’s based on the campus of his soon-to-be kindergarten. This presents a new set of lunch challenges. There are no microwaves. For the first time in his life, we won’t be able to heat up last night’s leftovers. Nuts are […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Training: Time to Reboot

Another week on the road, another week of disrupted routine. The highlight: a 5:30 AM wake-up call for a 3.73-mile run along the National Mall and up around Capitol Hill. There’s nothing quite like the glow of early morning sun on the white buildings of Washington DC. The rest of the trip? Walking. A mile […] Read More