As I was researching the various crafts you can do with your small child, I found a lot of useful stuff: play dough, watercolors, finger paints, crayons, cutting, sticking, glitter…. All of these activities spark the child’s creativity and curiosity. … Read more
When you think “salad,” do you visualize a boring pile of vegetables? Or do you imagine your favorite salad that you eat day after day, because you don’t really know how to create anything new? I love “main meal” kind … Read more
Recently, I came up with some ideas for Asian-inspired natural and healthy snacks. I usually make those for unexpected guests, because the snacks look amazing, taste amazing and take no time to prepare. So, here they are: Roasted Garlic Edamame … Read more
How do you cook kale? What do you do with Swiss chard? Here are some simple, delicious and healthy options for cooking greens 1. Salad Leafy green vegetables are low in calories and rich in vitamins and minerals. Here’s a … Read more
My babies had their first solid food today, at 7 months old. I made them two broccoli purees: one out of raw broccoli and one with steamed one. They loved the raw one! Starting with green vegetables, such as broccoli, … Read more
I am in love with Exploratorium website! You can learn virtually anything on it: from arts to science, with cooking and geography in between! And, of course, you can teach your kids.
The subject of weight loss has gotten to be nauseatingly boring. It’s everywhere. It’s bursting with plans , solutions and of course, products. Yet people don’t seem to figure out how to lose weight safely and keep it off for … Read more
Mom would love these for a happy healthy Mother’s day! I like to make a lot of these and store them in the fridge.
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Iron is an important mineral. The Food and Nutrition Board at the Institute of Medicine recommendations for iron are: Infants and children • Younger than 6 months: 0.27 milligrams per day (mg/day) • 7 months to 1 year: 11 mg/day • … Read more
The Easy Layered Vegetable Casserole recipe is one of the simplest vegetable casseroles ever! Use the vegetables I put in the recipe, or take whichever veggies you have left over in the fridge instead. You forego tomatoes or potatoes, but use … Read more