Cooking for Picky Grandkids with Kitchen Hero Ruth Garrett
From raising grandkids to knowing the best ways to cook tofu, Ruth is a powerhouse we can all learn from. Listen in on our latest podcast episode with one of our cooking community members and get healthy dinner ideas for picky eaters!
Today I invited one of our most enthusiastic and honest community members, Ruth Garrett, to the podcast. Ruth is in her early 60’s and instead of enjoying the luxury of an empty nest, Ruth found herself doing the whole parent thing all over again when she became the guardian of 2 of her grandkids a few years ago. Shuttling kids to and from activities after work and cooking for 2 often picky kids have been challenging, but Ruth has taken it all in stride.
I have such admiration for this incredibly curious and capable woman, and I know you’ll feel the same way after listening to our conversation. In today’s episode, Ruth will share:
- How she became the experienced, not-afraid-to-improv cook she is today
- Going from cooking for 1 to including the needs of 2 picky eaters
- Her tips for cooking with tofu since she’s been enjoying it for many decades
If you need some cooking motivation or simply love getting to know members of our amazing community more, please don’t miss this episode with Ruth! You can also read more about her life in the kitchen here.
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