A Million Meals
Caring for children in today's confusing food environment
Zanthe Taylor M.F.A.
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Zanthe Taylor, M.F.A., is a former dramaturg and English teacher who is currently raising two daughters in Brooklyn, NY.
As the mother of two children—only two!—I feel like a million meals stand between now and the time I'm no longer responsible for what they eat. Here are my menus and my thoughts on feeding my kids in a world that's never been more complicated for eaters.