The conventional list of basic needs for physical well-being includes food, clothing and shelter. But so much of the innate wisdom and discourse around the first, and arguably most important, resource is saturated with inaccuracy and misnomers. Most people believe they have perfected eating — it being the first vocation they tackled after crying — but they really haven’t improved at it since that first day on Earth.
Do you consume burgers right-side up? You could be eating better. Do you fill a glass with ice cubes (that aren’t actually cube-shaped) and then pour liquid on top of them, or do you dump ice into a glass filled with liquid? Do you even pay attention to this stuff? You could be drinking better.
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Patsy Grimaldi has been making pizza in New York for more than 70 years, and he’s been a traditional slice folder for just as long. Dan Pashman thinks there are better ways to get pizza from your plate into your belly, so he took to Patsy’s newest restaurant in Brooklyn to see how his unconventional techniques fare with Patsy (begrudgingly) and his diners (enthusiastically).
Watch it all go down on Dan Pashman’s new web-original series You’re Eating it Wrong:
Good to Know‘s Dan Pashman has two children and hosts the James Beard Award-nominated food podcast The Sporkful. Those are pretty good credentials for understanding what kids want to eat (hint: usually something fried and other than vegetables.)
For those parents who’ve set far-out goals like getting their kids to intake a bit of nutrition this year, Dan has some fail-safe tips on creating less-fatty, baked versions of kids’ favorite meals that they’re sure to devour (hint #2: replicated texture.)
Watch how to make kids’ favorites healthier after the jump:
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