On PedTalk, there is a fairly cyclical discussion about “picky eaters.” Once or twice a year, the issue comes up and I, as a parent, find the conversation quite compelling. Through hard work and a lot of luck at home, our boys are good eaters – great eaters, really – but they can still be picky like anyone else. Maybe I’m just fascinated by food. My parents got them a cookbook (did I mention that the boys love to cook?) for the holidays this year and I was flipping through it. It’s an excellent cookbook for kids (“One Bite Won’t Kill You” by Ann Hodgman – you can buy it here). What caught my eye,
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