The Comfort Food podcast is about the joys (and meltdowns!) of feeding our families and ourselves.
It’s about getting dinner on the table (every night!). It’s about giving ourselves permission to eat. It’s about picky eaters and passionate eaters. It’s about fighting back against diet culture. It’s about food — and that means it’s also about feminism, families and life.
Amy Palanjian and Virginia Sole-Smith are best friends who first bonded over trying to find an actually delicious lunch in midtown Manhattan as young, broke, magazine editors. (The solution was usually Chipotle.) Since then, they’ve taken cooking classes in Tuscany, co-hosted a dozen epic New Year’s Eve dinner parties, and packed about a thousand lunch boxes. They don’t agree on everything food-related: Amy accepts that some desserts don’t involve chocolate; Virginia emphatically does not. But they’re both committed to helping women feel better about how they’re eating and how they’re feeding their kids.
Subscribe (for free!) in iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, TuneIn Radio, or wherever else you get your podcasts. All of the episode links, with more details and links and photos, can be found through our show notes.
We have also written a 50-page ebook called Feeding Your Family, the Comfort Food Way, which covers 8 concepts that will form the foundation of your understanding of how to feed kids and give you a firm starting point for improving mealtimes in your house. Learn more and pick up a copy here.