Didn’t I Just Feed You is a weekly podcast about feeding our families — because, man, kids need to eat a lot.

And frequently too! Co-hosts Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn dig into everything from the high highs and low lows of meal planning to coping with picky eaters, the joys of dining out with kids to real-life wellness for families, all with a mission to make family meal time more fun and less stressful for busy parents.

Armed with culinary prowess, practical advice, guest experts ranging from celebrity chefs to everyday parents in the trenches (you know, the real experts), a microphone and, yes, sometimes whiskey, Stacie and Meghan make life as the family cook easier. Or at least funnier.


Who are Stacie and Meghan anyway?

Besides being fast friends and long-time respected colleagues, Stacie and Meghan are also two busy working moms who know first-hand the struggle to feed kids 3 times a day, 365 days a year. And that doesn’t even include snacks.

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Stacie Billis is a mom, cookbook author, food editor, and on-air personality. Her book Make It Easy: 120 Mix-and-Match Recipes to Cook From Scratch with Smart Store-Bought Shortcuts When You Need Them is a real-life manual of just-healthy-enough family eating for busy parents and their kids — yes, even the picky ones.

Stacie's work has been featured in Parents magazine, Rachael Ray Every Day, The Washington Post, Redbook, Working Mother, and PBS Parents, to name a few. She was the founding EIC of the family food channel at Cool Mom Picks and regularly contributes at Kitchn.com. Stacie gets to be on TV and video a bunch, and has appeared several times on the Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family show, as well as on the TODAY show, QVC, and too many local and national morning shows than is good for her caffeine habit.

Stacie earned her MA in child development from Columbia University and currently  lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband and two boys who are growing up way too fast, probably because of what she feeds them. Nutella notwithstanding. She's working on her second cookbook, so stay tuned!

Follow Stacie @staciebillis


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Meghan Splawn is a food editor with a passion for meal planning and getting messy in the kitchen with kids. A graduate of New England Culinary Institute’s prestigious baking and pastry program, she worked as a pastry chef before joining Alton Brown’s culinary team for over 10 years. Meghan’s work for Brown included recipe development and food styling for the award-winning television show Good Eats and the New York Times best-selling Good Eats book series, as well as food styling, project management, and on-air appearances.

Meghan currently works as an Associate Food Editor at Kitchn.com, where she write the wildly popular weekly column “Next Week’s Meal Plan” and about the highs and lows of feeding her family. 

A mom of two littles, Meghan is trying to make a few messes and have as much fun as possible with her kids before they grown up. She lives and works with her family in beautiful Boise, Idaho, where she’s probably sweeping up (naturally colored) sprinkles at the moment.

Follow Meghan @stirandscribble