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Introducing Kids (and Ourselves) to New Foods and New Flavors

Dave and Chris talk cooking for kids

Kamakura In Boston Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

With a passel of hungry, up-and-coming eaters to please, Dave and Chris face a big question every day: Can their cooking help their kids embrace new tastes and new combinations? (And: Is it too late to expand their own deeply seasoned palates, too?) They call up “disgust studies” expert Dr. Paul Rozin to learn more, and offer up an array of their own takes on flying with kids, the A-Team, condensed Hanukkah, the milkshake cow, Dave’s older brother, sea cucumber fried rice, imagining the next uni, getting rejected from the intergalactic senate, ikura as forbidden fruit, Gus going against eggs, and the exalted, drip-off-the-tongue omega-3 that is docosahexaenoic acid. With the help of our friends at buybuy BABY, this is Round 3 of Clean Plate Club.

Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying
Guest: Dr. Paul Rozin
Producer: Sasha Ashall
Additional Production: Jordan Bass, Noelle Cornelio, and Lala Rasor

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