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junior eaters society

The Sporkful Junior Eaters Society is a loose collective of promising young people around the world who are passionate about finding new and better ways to eat. Membership is free. All members are presidents. (It's never too early to start accumulating extracurriculars for that college application.)

 

To join, simply send us some photographic evidence of your child's passion for eating and/or The Sporkful. It can also be a photo of a drawing. Include your name, your child's name and age, and your home town. We'll send your child a certificate, signed by Dan, declaring him/her a President of The Sporkful Junior Eaters Society. Join now!

An 11-Year-Old Offers Me A Lesson In Hot Sauce

I don't love spicy foods, but one young eater wants to win me over. He serves as my hot sauce personal trainer, whipping me into shape as we work our way from the mild stuff to sauce labelled "XXX".

Watch My Daughters and Me Demonstrate the Hierarchy of Kids’ Leftovers

Like burying beetles and blowflies, parents are natural scavengers. Watch this video to learn where to draw the line between edible and trash-worthy.

Junior Eaters Test Revolutionary Pizza Consumption Techniques

Junior Eaters Elsie and Clara review some techniques introduced in my new web series, You're Eating It Wrong.

The Ultimate Kids Table, and a Lesson in Cupcake Consumption

Laurie March and I set out to create the ultimate kids table. The result is so awesome, it almost made me wish the kids didn't love it so much, so I could have a turn sitting there. Watch and share!

Junior Eaters Society Inductee: Andrew Culp

Were his devotion to The Sporkful his only qualification for the presidency of the Sporkful Junior Eaters Society, Andrew Culp would be a shoo-in. But he's done even more to prove he is worthy.

Please Help a 16-Year-Old Eater Who Must Learn to Love Onions

Joe Latham of Idaho called in to The Sporkful with a problem. He hates onions, but his mom is cooking for eight kids and can't handle special requests, so there are onions in his food. I gave him my advice. What's yours?