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July-August Resolution: Take a Culinary Adventure

Have you ever wanted to go on an adventure? It’s easier than you think to explore new and exciting places and you don’t even have to pack a suitcase or get a passport! Your path to new places and new … Continue reading

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Is a CSA Right for You?

So, you’re thinking about joining a CSA. It sounds all locavore and romantic, right? But every day you are already getting surprised by some school project that your kid forgot to tell you about, or if you can just get your socks to match. Do you really want to be ambushed weekly by a vegetable, too? Here’s how to make it happen in a real mom’s life. Continue reading

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What All Parents Can Learn from a Feeding Therapist

Compared to most of us parents, leading Feeding Therapy expert Dr. Manikam, Director of the Center for Pediatric Feeding Disorders at St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, has experienced far more challenging situations at mealtime than what we face at our own tables. He is also a parent and grandparent. In this post, he shares his experience and perspective for all parents, including how to deal with “picky” eating issues such as color, texture, food jags and other common food concerns. Continue reading

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Veggie Love for Valentine’s Day: We Heart Kale

By Beth Given the holiday today, we’ll profess our steadfast veggie love for kale. We met over a kale chip recipe, Ali and I. There are at least four kale recipes in our book, and I have several new recipes … Continue reading

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Season of Gratitude

By Beth This year, I made a commitment to trying to do more volunteering activities with my child. She’s old enough now to be able to do some of these projects and for the some of the important lessons that … Continue reading

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