Texas chef and father of three, Tim Love, shares his secret for getting his kids to try new foods
If you’re a parent, you inevitably experienced a tough time in getting your kids to try certain foods. And when it comes to the holidays, there’s no shortage of new and exotic foods to try to get kids to consume. When it comes to Chef Tim Love’s kids, his strategy of getting his them to try new foods is literally paying off. Watch to learn more from Love on how he gets his kids involved in food:
What’s his secret? “I just bribe my kids,” says Love, father of three. “I pay them to eat crazy stuff. And hopefully, if they like it, they continue to eat it. … My kids are always adventurous enough to try anything.”
As a busy chef running multiple restaurants in Fort Worth, Texas, how does he juggle a busy work schedule and family? Having a great partner is the key, he says.
“It’s a tough balance but, for instance, here in Aspen, we bring the kids with us,” Love says. “Anytime I can, I bring them with us.”
genConnect was credentialed press at the 2012 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colo., where we interviewed the top chefs, wine experts and culinary gurus from the event. For more of our video interviews and articles from the 30th Annual Food & Wine Classic, click here.
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