"Dining In" Related Websites

  • Strong Families Eat Together - Family mealtime resources developed by the West Virginia University Extension Service for parents and educators
  • "Basics of Culinary" Videos from The Art Institutes - Learn basic food preparation skills in these short videos produced by experts at The Art Institutes (iTunes library).
  • Getting the Most Out of Your Family Dinners - Slide presentation by Anne Fishel, Co-Founder of the Family Dinner Project
  • theFamilyDinnerProject.org - A start-up grassroots movement of food, fun and conversation about things that matter. Find great conversation starters, family engagement tools, and meal ideas/recipes on this site!
  • FMI Family Meals - A family meal movement encouraging one more meal at home per week. Family meal ideas and recipe and planning resources.
  • Mealtime Minutes - Conversation cards, tips, and videos from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Family Resiliency Center.
  • FCCLA at The Table - Food preparation-related campaign with resources targeted to secondary students and educators.
  • Food Day - Inspires Americans to change their diets and our food policies.  They’ve adapted a variety of delicious, healthy, easy-to-prepare recipes from some of the country’s most prominent chefs and cookbook writers
  • Dinner Tonight - Cooking demo videos hosted by Texas A&M University.
  • Promoting Family Meals - Family meal resources for community nutrition groups, school and community groups, and parents.
  • eXtension Families Food and Fitness Resource Area - Food-related resources and webinars for families.
  • Fun with 4-H Foods - Food-related resources for children.
  • Spend Smart Eat Smart - Resources to help families plan, shop for, and prepare meals.
  • Small Steps to Health and Wealth - Research-based behavior change strategies for healthy eating
  • Eat Together, Eat Better - Family meal resource tool kit from Washington State University in partnership with USDA FNS SNAP-Ed, WSU Extension Food $ense, and the Washington State Dairy Council.