"Any good Easter celebration isn’t complete without an explosion of color."
I remember loving this time of year as a child and the hours we spent making goodies. I cherish those memories and am determined to create some for my children.
One of the best things about the holidays is all of the delicious treats that come with it. For many families, the Christmas tradition of baking and decorating cookies together is a definite highlight.
Many parents fail to “think outside the bag” when it comes to planning lunches. However, if you give lunch planning a little extra thought, you’ll realize you have several options.
As the kids are heading back to school, it’s time to start thinking about what you are going to send with them for lunch.
We all crave the foods we loved as children—but how can we update these childhood favs and bring them into our (somewhat more) sensible adult world?
Before your children can effectively plan a meal, they need to understand more than just your family’s favorite foods. They need a solid foundation in good nutrition.
Julie Negrin, M.S., a certified nutritionist and the author of Easy Meals to Cook with Kids and the forthcoming How to Teach Cooking to Kids, shares suggestions on how to teach kids safety and hygiene in the kitchen.
How do you know what your child can reasonably do in the kitchen—and what they should be protected from doing?
Now that the kids are out of school, there’s more time for you to spend with them! This is a great time to introduce them to cooking.