By Ed Bruske
aka The Slow Cook
Over at The Slow Cook, I've gotten a number of comments from readers saying either I should not be concerned about providing my daughter with a warm meal for lunch or that I may be permanently damaging her with foods re-heated in a microwave.
I try to argue that raising a child calls for flexibility and occasionally compromise. As much as we try to impose intellectual purity on our approach to parenting, the real world seems to get in the way on a daily basis.
What do you think?