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Brooding with Kathryn Jezer-Morton
FEB 14, 2024
Brooding with Kathryn Jezer-Morton

Kathryn Jezer-Morton is a pHd sociologist and the brains behind The Cut’s popular parenting newsletter, Brooding: Deep Thoughts on Modern Family Life. Brooding is not an advice column; it’s a collection of smart, funny, topical essays that interrogate what it means to be a parent today, and how we got this way. In this episode of Pressure Cooker, Jane and Liz chat with Jezer-Morton about some of their favorite Brooding essays, hitting on topics like vacation food rules, snack drawers, and “pouch culture” (IYKYK) along the way.

Brooding columns discussed in this episode:

Are Helicopter Parents Actually Lazy?

Why Are We Always On Call For Our Kids?

Is Going Camel Mode Inevitable For Parents? 

Now Is the Time For Treats

 

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A Pressure Cooker Guide for Climate-Smart Cooking
JAN 17, 2024
A Pressure Cooker Guide for Climate-Smart Cooking

What can any one person do to fight climate change? Paul Greenberg, author of The Climate Diet: 50 Simple Ways To Trim Your Carbon Footprint, joins Liz and Jane to home in on achievable ways that you can make a difference in your kitchen.  

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We Need To Talk About Intuitive Eating
JAN 3, 2024
We Need To Talk About Intuitive Eating

Intuitive eating, the popular new anti-diet philosophy, recommends serving candy with dinner and letting kids eat whenever and whatever they want. Is this hands-off approach the best way to escape toxic diet culture? Or … is intuitive eating just another food fad? 

Guests: 

Dr. Janet Lydecker, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. She’s a researcher but also works directly with adolescents suffering from eating disorders. 

Emily Hohman, an assistant research professor at the Center for Childhood Obesity Research at Penn State University.

Elyse Resch, one of the two American nutritionists who coined the phrase "intuitive eating."

Mentioned in this episode: 

Virginia Sole Smith and her book Fat Talk

Amee Seversen and Sumner Brooks, authors of a book called How to Raise an Intuitive Eater.

The report from the National Health Examination Survey that shows children ages 2 to 19 get  67% of their daily calories from ultra-processed foods. 

The infamous Clara Davis study that we've talked about several times on this podcast. 

The extraordinary science of addictive junk food, including the story behind Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper. 

The Dunkin Donuts Pumpkin Swirl Frozen Coffee which has 930 calories and 167 grams of added sugars. 

You can find us on instagram @pressurecook_fm. Or for a full archive of past episodes, recipes, and more, visit pressurecooker.fm 

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46 MIN