I and/or my writing or blog have appeared in numerous media outlets. Here’s a sampling:
“The Houston Mom Taking on Big Ag,” March 12, 2014.
Elizabeth Street named me one of the “15 Most Important Moms in the Food Industry,” along with Katie Couric, Michelle Obama, Laurie David and others.
“Food activist goes to the mat again – this time over a chicken-from-China tempest,” February 20, 2014.
The Lunch Tray’s Twitter feed selected by Food Tank as one of “118 Twitter Feeds Every Food Activist Needs to Follow”
“A Reluctant School Food Advocate,” April 29, 2013.
Siegel chosen as one of ”Houston’s 41 Most Fascinating People,” December 6, 2012.
“Queens Parents Bellyache at School ‘Brunch,’” September 4, 2012.
“Can Your School Afford Healthier Cafeteria Food?” (June 14, 2011)
“The Family Dinner – An Interview with Laurie David” (May 6, 2011)
The Lunch Tray’s essay,”Legislate, Educate and Inoculate to Create Food-Savvy Kids,” chosen by a panel of expert judges (including former FDA commissioner David Kessler) as a winning entry in Slate‘s childhood obesity crowd-sourcing effort, March, 2011
Chosen as a Blog of the Month, November, 2010
Named one of the “Top 25 Foodie Mom Bloggers” by Circle of Moms readers (March, 2011)
Named a “Food Hero” by the Allergy Kids Foundation, January, 2011.
Selected Lunch Tray posts are periodically reprinted in the Pew Charitable Trust’s Kids’ Safe & Healthful Foods Project newsletter, Chef Ann Cooper’s Lunch Box site and on Foodservice.com.
As a Contributing Blogger to the Houston Chronicle, I write The Spork Report, a blog devoted exclusively to Houston ISD school food news. The following articles written by me (or mentioning TLT) have appeared in the print version of the newspaper: