The holidays are upon us, which means our grand attempts at eating healthy become even grander in light of all the tasty treats we encounter around every corner. But a little holiday splurge is nice and well worth it.
Anyone who grew up in the 1990s knows just how good kids had it back then: legit Saturday morning cartoons, pogs, L.A. Lights, Oregon Trail for the Apple II, and of course, the raddest snack foods known to mankind.
"This whole family dinner thing is just a way for me to wire my childrens' bodies in a way so that they automatically show up at the dinner table to talk to me when they are teenagers. They won't have a choice in the matter. They'll just start feeling this magnetic pull to the pork chops at 6:30."
Sure, chefs have become celebrities, featured in shows like Top Chef, giving us an unprecedented peek into their world. While these are certainly fascinating parts of their lives, chefs do so much more for their communities than feed those lucky enough to eat in their restaurants.