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Didn't I Just Feed You

Author: Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn

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Didn’t I Just Feed You is a candid weekly podcast about feeding our families -- because, man, kids need to eat a lot. And frequently too! Co-hosts Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn dig into everything from the high highs and low lows of meal planning to coping with picky eaters, the joys of dining out with kids to real-life wellness for families, all with a mission to make family meal time more fun and less stressful for busy parents. Armed with culinary prowess, practical advice, guest experts ranging from celebrity chefs to everyday parents in the trenches (you know, the real experts), a microphone and, yes, sometimes whiskey, Stacie and Meghan make life as the family cook easier. Or at least funnier.
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Choosing kitchen gear for kids is about equipping them with tools that are well designed for their size and skill level — because having the right kitchen tools for the job makes cooking safer, easier, and even more fun. But not everything needs to be made just for them.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Classic Kitchen Helper (foldable)Kitchen Tower Step StoolLittle Partners 3 in 1 Growing Step StoolPiccalio Wooden Kids KnifeKuhn Rikon Kinderkitchen MezzalunaKuhn Rikon Kinderkitchen Essentials SetTovla Jr. Nylon Safety KnivesOpinel Kids KnifeZwilling Twinny KnifeWustof 5” Hollow Edge SantokuCrinkle CutterMisen Bench ScraperNordic Ware Rimmed Sheet Pans (we like the set, but if you want to buy just 1 or 2, opt for a quarter and an eighth sheet pan) Lightweight Mixing BowlsXL Stainless Steel Mixing BowlZeroll Easy Scoop Oxo Cookie ScoopOxo Dusting WandMini Muffin PanKitchenAid Hand MixerGE Cordless Hand BlenderThe Beast Mini BlenderMaterial Kitchen Cutting BoardsMaterial Kitchen "The Kids" SetGIR Spatula TurnerGIR Spoonula  Urban Infant Litter Helper Apron  Hedley and Bennet Kids Aprons  Oxo Stainless Steel Smooth Potato MasherOxo Melon BallerDash Mini Waffle MakerDash Egg CookerOur Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In each of these episodes, we walk you all the way through one recipe and then list five others. All in, you’ll get 6 easy weeknight dinner ideas that we’ve tested.Links for these recipes + products are in the FREE area of our Didn't I Just Feed You Community.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family? Want to save time and money too? Then it’s time to get serious about meal planning. Yes, even if you’ve tried before, and especially  if you’re thinking, “But I’m not a planner.” Meal planning is the #1 most reliable way to reduce stress and save time and money, so we’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner on their own terms with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. Crack your meal planning code: learn more today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
We've said it all. You've heard it all. And still, you keep trying it all. But is there a better way? What are some new things you can do when none of the usual strategies work for your picky eater?Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our episode, Is Picky Eating Real?Our episode, You Won’t Find Picky Eater Help in a Recipe? Our episode, When It Comes to Picky Eating, the More You Stress the Worst it GetsOur episode, What Does It Mean to Declutter Feeding Your Family?  Our favorite Nuggie Salads10 Beautiful Food Books for Kids60+ Kids Books About Food for Babies, Toddlers, and KidsOur Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this one, Stacie and Meghan help parents navigate grocery shopping with kids. From little kids to teens, using a tablet to engaging them in games, these ideas will help make the trip a little easier with kids of all ages (and temperaments!).Want to listen to the full episode? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or join our Super Fan Community today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
NY Times best-selling author Priya Krishna talks to us about her new book, Priya’s Kitchen Adventures, and the best recipes to introduce kids to global cuisine and the joys of cooking.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS More about Priya KrishnaPriya’s Kitchen Adventures: A Cookbook for KidsIndian-Ish: Recipes and Antics From a Modern American Family Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this bonus mini episode, we explore what it means to invite kids into the kitchen and to explore food with us. Because it’s not just about cooking with them or even encouraging them to eat new foods.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family? Want to save time and money too? Then it’s time to get serious about meal planning. Yes, even if you’ve tried before, and especially  if you’re thinking, “But I’m not a planner.” Meal planning is the #1 most reliable way to reduce stress and save time and money, so we’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner on their own terms with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. Crack your meal planning code: learn more today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
You can be burnt to a crisp, but the kids still need to eat. So how exactly do you take a break when you’re responsible for feeding everyone? We go over seven ways that you can get some rest as the family cook, even when you can never stop feeding them.There couldn’t be a better opportunity to encourage you to TAKE SOME HELP FROM US! If you are looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family (while also saving time and money), meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our episode, What Is Fair Play in Feeding?Our episode, What Are Back Pocket Dinners (and Why Do We Love Them)?Our episode, Easy Family Dinners That Always WinOur episode, How to Get Your Cooking Mojo BackOur self-guided audio course, Meal Planning for EveryoneOur Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In each of these episodes, we walk you all the way through one recipe and then list five others. All in, you’ll get 6 easy weeknight dinner ideas that we’ve tested.Links for these recipes + products are in the FREE area of our Didn't I Just Feed You Community.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family? Want to save time and money too? Then it’s time to get serious about meal planning. Yes, even if you’ve tried before, and especially  if you’re thinking, “But I’m not a planner.” Meal planning is the #1 most reliable way to reduce stress and save time and money, so we’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner on their own terms with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. Crack your meal planning code: learn more today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Isn't it rude that our kids still need to eat when we're overwhelmed?! When exhaustion has you ready to give up, these kitchen strategies will help you get dinner on the table without (completely) losing your mind.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our favorite mise in place hackOur episode, What Does It Mean to Declutter Feeding Your Family,Our episode with Rachel Nielson of 3 in 30 Takeaways for MomsOur episode, What Are Back Pocket Meal Plans (and Why Do We Love Them)?Our episode, 5 Dinner Formulas Every Home Cook Needs to KnowOur Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this one, Stacie and Meghan share their favorite four-ingredient dinners, and talk through the virtues (and some pitfalls) of trying to whip up dinner using just a small handful of ingredients. Want to listen to the full episode? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or join our Super Fan Community today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Back Pocket Dinners can save your sanity during busy seasons, times of overwhelm, and periods of exhaustion. But what are they, exactly? We explain how they can help save dinner when you just can't and share our favorite back pocket dinner recipes. Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our episode, Easy Family Dinners That Always WinOur episode, Super Quick Pasta DinnersOur episode, How to Build a Bowl MealOur episode, The Special Episode on Special BreadCreamy Lemon PastaMarinated Beans on Toast   Indian Curry (using a Maya Kamal simmer sauce) Japanese Curry (using Golden Curry) Peanut Noodles  TostadasRisotto       Shrimp ScampiAll about shortcut garlic Tortellini with pesto and peas (using our Spinach Pesto OR Spinach and Broccoli Stalk Pesto) Salmon Rice Bowls   Dinner-Worthy Ramen Salad  Pot Sticker Stir Fry  Broccoli PastaStacie’s Meat Sauce  Instant Pot Pasta with Meat SauceAntipasto Cream Cheese Pizza BeansEggroll in a Bowl Easy Ground Beef TacosQuick and Easy Crispy Fish Tacos with Cabbage SlawBig Hero SandwichSheetpan FajitasOur Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In each of these episodes, we walk you all the way through one recipe and then list five others. All in, you’ll get 6 easy weeknight dinner ideas that we’ve tested.Links for these recipes + products are in the FREE area of our Didn't I Just Feed You Community.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family? Want to save time and money too? Then it’s time to get serious about meal planning. Yes, even if you’ve tried before, and especially  if you’re thinking, “But I’m not a planner.” Meal planning is the #1 most reliable way to reduce stress and save time and money, so we’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner on their own terms with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. Crack your meal planning code: learn more today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
It’s nearly impossible to have a discussion about labor inequality and the mental load of parenting without mention of Fair Play, a book by Eve Rodsky and accompanying system for dividing household responsibilities. But is it really an answer? And how does it play out, specifically, for feeding a family?Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Fair PlayOur self-guided audio course that can turn anyone into a meal planner, Meal Planning for EveryoneDIJFY PLUSGet 2 exclusive bonus episode per month AND an ad-free stream of every episode with DIJFY+. Join today and pay monthly OR pay annually and save 25% over 12 months. Joining DIJFY+ also gives you access to our recipes and community boards so you can stop managing the load of feeding your family all on your own. We’ve got you!Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this one, Meghan & Stacie answer a question from the listener’s boards about how to make hearty summer salads.Want to listen to the full episode? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or join our Super Fan Community today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Well now we can't stop: You ask, we answer. This time around, we talk feeding the family during spring sports season, cooking for multiple diets (and picky eaters to boot!), and sharing mental load of feeding a family. Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our episode, How Do You Make Multiple Dinner Times Work?Our episode, Which Grocery Delivery Service is Worth It?Our bonus episode, Sideline Eats: Feeding Kids During Sports Season (DIJFY+ subscription needed to listen)Our self-paced audio course, Meal Planning for EveryoneFair Play: A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live) by Eve RodskyMississippi Pot RoastInstant Pot Black BeansStacie's Arroz con Pollo, which can be used as a blueprint for all manner of one-pot chicken and rice dishesBasil Chicken Stir FrySpring Minestrone SoupMeal planning service, Cook SmartsKelsey Nixon's Recipe ClubOur Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In each of these episodes, we walk you all the way through one recipe and then list five others. All in, you’ll get 6 easy weeknight dinner ideas that we’ve tested.Links for these recipes + products are in the FREE area of our Didn't I Just Feed You Community.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family? Want to save time and money too? Then it’s time to get serious about meal planning. Yes, even if you’ve tried before, and especially  if you’re thinking, “But I’m not a planner.” Meal planning is the #1 most reliable way to reduce stress and save time and money, so we’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner on their own terms with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. Crack your meal planning code: learn more today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
To help longtime listener Caitlin make sense of all the food and grocery delivery services, we go over all the ones worth considering — and a few that are not. Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our audio course, Meal Planning for Everyone (learn more below!)InstacartAmazonFreshWalmartPlusShiptFreshDirectDoorDash grocery deliveryUber Eats grocery deliveryImperfect FoodsThrive MarketMisfits MarketButcher Box (a sponsor that we use and love)Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this one, Stacie and Meghan discuss whether or not big players like Trader Joe’s and Momofuku have an ethical responsibility to smaller players in their respective spaces. And what about us shoppers: do we?To listen to the full episode, subscribe on Apple Podcasts or join our Super Fan Community today. LINKS   We Need to Talk About Trader Joes https://tastecooking.com/we-need-to-talk-about-trader-joes/   The Market Opportunity For Chili Crunch is Huge So the Battle Heats Up https://www.forbes.com/sites/andywang/2024/04/06/the-market-opportunity-for-chili-crunch-is-huge-so-the-battle-heats-up/   Thoughts on Chili Crunch Gate from Joanne L. Molinaro (@thekoreanvegan) on TikTok   Laoganma https://www.laoganmausa.com/   Fly By Jing https://flybyjing.com/   Onino Crispy Chili https://www.oninobk.com/   Chilee Oil https://chileeoil.com/ (made with avocado oil!)   Mama Teav's https://mamateavs.com/   Eat Mila https://eatmila.com/   Wuju Foods https://www.wujufoods.com/   Bowlcut https://thebowlcut.com/   S&B Foods https://www.sbfoods-worldwide.com/   Boon Sauce https://www.boonsauce.com/   Hot Jiang https://hotjiang.com/ (keto/vegan)   KariKari https://www.eatkarikari.com/   Homiah https://www.homiah.com/   Oomame https://oomame.net/ (global chile crisps)   Hotpot Queen https://hotpotqueen.com/   Barnacle Foods https://www.barnaclefoods.com/ (kelp chili crisp!)Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Whether you're feeding small kids who need to eat earlier than everyone else or you're juggling work, sports, and other after-school activities, coping with multiple dinner times makes feeding a family feel impossibly hard — unless you have the right strategies and recipes in your back pocket. Our ideas will not only smooth over the logistics of multiple dinner times, but it will keep dinner delicious too.  Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family while saving time AND money? Meal planning is the answer — yes, even if you’ve tried before and failed. We can help you get meal planning right with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. We’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner — even you! Crack your meal planning code today.LINKS Our episode, The Magic of MeatballsOur episode, How to Cook Once, Eat Twice with Cassy Joy GarciaOur episode, How to Make Salads Kids Will EatOur episode, How to Build a Bowl MealOur episode, “You’re On Your Own” Meals, aka YOYO DinnersOur episode, How to Make Chili for the Chili HatersOur episode, Tips + Soup RecipesCheese Burger Salad recipeAll of our Chicken Nugget Salad ideasRamen Salad recipeOur favorite Peanut Sauce recipe, perfect for making peanut noodlesStacie's Green and White Chicken Chili recipe How to Cook Pasta Ahead of TimeHow to make Instant Pot Black Beans Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In each of these episodes, we walk you all the way through one recipe and then list five others. All in, you’ll get 6 easy weeknight dinner ideas that we’ve tested.Links for these recipes + products are in the FREE area of our Didn't I Just Feed You Community.Looking to reduce the overwhelm of feeding your family? Want to save time and money too? Then it’s time to get serious about meal planning. Yes, even if you’ve tried before, and especially  if you’re thinking, “But I’m not a planner.” Meal planning is the #1 most reliable way to reduce stress and save time and money, so we’ve made it possible for anyone to become a meal planner on their own terms with our Meal Planning for Everyone audio course. Crack your meal planning code: learn more today.Our Sponsors:* Check out Quince: quince.com/dijfyAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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Mary Bunker

my first ever podcast review. This episode about "empties" made me so happy. I am an RD who (confession time) is only an RD because I get to talk about food all day. This podcast checks all the boxes for me, thanks ladies.

Apr 5th
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Sandy Van Hoose

For the entire episode I could only hear Stacey and Meghan. I couldn't hear anything from the guest at all. audio was out. So disappointed. Love this podcast.

Dec 2nd
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D Carmona-Raya

favorite episode

Feb 17th
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D Carmona-Raya

I'm listening to you guys while folding laundry.

Jan 13th
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