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Archive for the ‘Cooking with Kids’ Category

As many of you know, my son likes to get in the kitchen and cook fairly routinely. Last week when I was in Florida visiting my parents, he woke up the first day and made a big breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs and turkey bacon for the four of us....

Today, October 24th is Food Day, and Food Day 2013 is challenging kids to get in the kitchen and learn how to cook. Here's why kids get so much benefit from learning how to cook! Did you know that 28% of adults don’t know how to cook? If you are...

Admittedly, I am on vacation and spending very little time thinking about the upcoming school year. However, I know when I return home, we'll be well into August and the 'get everyone ready for school' tirade will begin. New uniforms, clothes shopping...

Chocolate Milk Update I have blogged about chocolate milk in the past, and its role in school nutrition (read here and here). In an effort to make chocolate milk more acceptable to the masses, the dairy industry has proposed reducing the sugar content....

How do you stay motivated to cook for your family? Perhaps a better question, how do you stay happy doing it?  In my many years of working with families, and my own experiences as a mother, cooking is often a topic of frustration for moms. Just the other...

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