Try this classic salad recipe to get your kids to eat more fresh produce.
If you have kids, signing them up for a cooking class or growing your own produce is a great way to teach kids about eating healthy. There may be no better way to tackle the obesity epidemic in children than to teach them to cook the food they have grown themselves.
This recipe for Caesar salad is a family favorite and a great way to use fresh romaine lettuce from your local farmers' market or your own garden. Because it doesn’t use raw eggs, no one has to be concerned about salmonella or the extra cholesterol.
To make this a complete dinner salad, consider adding boneless skinless chicken breast (grilled or pan-sautéed and sliced.)