No, it won’t do the dishes, but it will help you get dinner on the table easier. It won’t guarantee the kids will eat what you put on the table, but they can browse for a dish they like. It may not be life-saving, but when you’re in a pinch for dinner, you’ll feel like it is. It’s our new mobile phone app. We made it extra simple to use—with minimal icons to tap, you won’t need a user’s manual.
Do you have chicken in the fridge and want a quick summer dish? You can search for that. Are you looking for a healthy dessert? You can search for that, too. There’s also a selection of editor’s picks and an ever-changing list of featured recipes pulled straight from the website, so the recipes are constantly refreshed. And did I mention it’s free? It’s free. Get it (relish.com/ mobile). Use it. Love it.
— Editor Jill Melton
Portion Size You
School’s in. In addition to reading, writing and arithmetic, learn how to portion size yourself and your kids. That’s just what 12-year-old Marshall Reid of Sanford, N.C., did two years ago. Fed up with his weight and being bullied, he put himself and his family on a quest to eat right.
He called his campaign “Portion Size Me” after watching the video “Super Size Me.” You can watch an interview with Marshall and his mom Alex at relish.com/cooking show. Follow Marshall and his eating adventures at portionsize.me.
Relish Chef Steve Petusevsky loves to grill apples on his George Foreman grill.
Combine 2 tablespoons each maple syrup, melted butter and lime juice, 1 tablespoongrated ginger, 1⁄4 cup orange juice, 1⁄2 teaspoon 5-spice powder. Core apples into cut into rings. Grill 10 minutes, basting with marinade. Serve with pork or ice cream.