St. Luke’s Launches New ‘Baby & Me’ Cooking Show (Sponsored)

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St. Luke’s University Health Network in partnership with program sponsor Morris Black Designs has launched a new cooking show called “Cooking for Baby & Me.”

St. Luke’s University Health Network has launched “Cooking for Baby & Me,” a new video series to air on TV and online in partnership with sponsor Morris Black Designs of Allentown, Pa.

“Cooking for Baby & Me” is filmed at PBS39 in a state-of-the-art kitchen studio designed, manufactured, installed and donated by Morris Black Designs.

Acclaimed chefs including Patrick Feury of Nectar in Berwyn, Pa., Yianni Arhontoulis of Mica in Philadelphia and Anthony Bonett of Moshulu, also in Philadelphia, will join St. Luke’s physicians such as Jennifer Janco, Chief of Pediatrics, and obstetrician/gynecologist Jami Avellini, among others to create simple, healthy and delicious meals to satisfy everyone in the family.

“Based on input from mothers looking to create healthy food for their infants, older children and spouses, we created a series of entertaining videos that pair famous chefs with our OB/GYNs and pediatricians,” said Ken Szydlow, St. Luke’s Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer.

“Good nutrition is the key to good mental and physical health,” added Dr. Janco. “Eating a balanced diet is an important part of good health for everyone. The kind and amount of food you eat affects the way you feel and how your body works.”

Morris Black Designs: A Partnership Built Around Family

Morris Black Designs, the kitchen and bath arm of Morris Black & Sons Inc., is a longtime supporter of St. Luke’s.

“The kitchen is the one place in your house that can feed the family and fuel the soul,” said Robert Black, Vice President of Morris Black Designs. “’Cooking for Baby & Me’ provides the perfect opportunity to create a pediatrician-approved meal for the whole family. Our firm is pleased to participate in this meaningful project.”

Note: This local health news is brought to you in partnership with St. Luke’s University Health Network.

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