For this week’s adventure, I turned to the internet and my pantry for ideas.
Summertime is finally here and we’re all eager to get out of the house for some much needed time with our close friends and family.
While everyone is stuck at home, why not use the time to let kids develop a few cooking skills.
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If you follow me, you know I am at the Farmers’ Market twice a week now. You also know I create and document dishes I craft with Farmers’ Market produce. And, you know I am a food professional who chooses to spend the bulk of her grocery budget at the market.
When I ran across a recipe for garlic chicken, I decided to make dinner on the fancy side.
Have you ever wished some days you could just have cake for breakfast?
Let’s face it, one of our main sources of entertainment these days has been eating. And by eating, I mean lots of snacking. When you are home all the time, snacking becomes the trend.
While thinking about Mother’s Day, I was reminded of my favorite pastimes on a Sunday afternoon. Even as a young girl, I used to sit on the couch with my mother, flipping through cookbooks perusing the recipes, “oohing and aahing” over shiny photos of deliciousness.
Dinner options are not the only ideas families may run out of right now. Breakfast also can be a challenge.
Many of you have spent most of the last 50-plus days with your children at home and have been trying different ways to make food interesting for your family.
This week’s adventure was a bit of an experiment – and a successful one.
I’m on Day 38 of a food experiment.
Many of you may be trying to get your children to eat more vegetables during this “stay at home” time. This can sometimes prove to be difficult.
If you find yourself, staring into the abyss that is your refrigerator or cupboards and all the “good stuff” is gone, don’t lose heart. There are plenty of options if you are willing to think outside the box.
Let’s face it, some days you just need something sweet and homemade. And, homemade can be made easy.
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