Cameron Diaz admits 11-month-old daughter loves garlic and bone marrow
Little Raddix isn't chomping on jarred baby food, apparently.
Cameron Diaz has retired her acting career completely it would seem, and these days, the 48-year-old is more interested in staying home and cooking up a storm for her family – and marketing her brand new wine business.
In a recent virtual appearance on an episode of the Rachael Ray Show, Diaz shared with the celebrity chef that she makes a concerted effort to feed her baby daughter more adult foods – and that little Raddix has, in fact, never had puréed anything.
Instead, the 11-month-old is being weaned on a diet filled with garlic, bone marrow and herbs.
Speaking about cooking in the pandemic Diaz said, 'The first four months, I cooked every single meal,' though she said they did incorporate ordering in into their routine slowly.
"Maybe we'll order lunch. Maybe we'll order dinner. But for the most part, I'm cooking all the meals," she said.
"I love to cook for my husband, I love to cook for my child now. Being able to make the food for her has been incredible."
Commending Diaz on her decision to not feed her daughter jarred baby food, Rachel Ray said, 'aww I love that...that you're making her food, so you can really strengthen her palette.'
The TV chef added that she has a real issue with people dumbing down kids food, and Diaz agreed, adding that her baby girl has never gotten 'anything pureed.'
"She's had garlic from day one, you know? She eats bone marrow, and she eats liver and she loves...I put herbs in everything you know, thyme and dill, sage, everything, she just loves all of it."