About the Foodie

I’m Julie: foodie, book nerd and working mother of 2. You can look for me to provide examples of recipes which do (and sometimes do not) work well for busy families; point to online discussions and articles about healthy and thoughtful family eating; and guide interested readers to small ways they can play a role to influence healthy eating attitudes, offerings or prospects in their own community. You can also look forward to seeing the semicolon with a regularity than others consider unwise. The lovely knife and board image is courtesy of Aopsan.

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One response to this post.

  1. Julie, your blog looks great. I anticipate trying out some great recipes as well as reading your thought-provoking posts on healthy eating for the whole family–like the one with suggestions for improving on school lunches from home.

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