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My kids love snack time and I usually try to provide healthy choices when it comes to snacks. Don’t get me wrong, I definitely dole out my fair share of goldfish and bunny crackers, which I am sure they would choose above all the healthy options that I try and

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201 healthy smoothies and juices for kids
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It is the new year and time to rid our bodies of the holiday confections and decadence.  I’m not saying you have to go on a juice cleanse (although I do recommend it) but we should all be adding in some healthy, clean foods.  Easiest way? Juices and smoothies.  Not

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Portland, OR has become quite the hot spot for the food cart industry. With over 475 food carts available on any day, there are many choices when it comes to selecting which cuisine will satisfy your hunger.  You can find anything from Himalayan dumplings to scrumptious desserts. One of Portland’s

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fresh & Easy coobook janet hornby
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There are several cookbooks every parent should own, and Fresh & Easy by Janet Hornby is one of them.  You will not find recipes for hiding vegetables in this delightful cookbook.  Instead, Hornby will show you how to simply prepare delicious, fresh ingredients for your family.  Even the pickiest kid

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  Often new Moms and Dads hear or even think that cooking after they have children is considered a chore or a daily responsibility. Now that does not sound like much fun to me, but thanks to author Kelsey Banfield and her book The Naptime Chef you can learn how

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The Farm cookbook
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Always with my ear to the ground for cookbooks that celebrate farm-to-table cooking, The Farm by Ian Knauer popped into my radar.   There’s a narrative woven within this cookbook that brings you into Knauer’s world: days spent on the family’s Pennsylvania farm full of antidotes and recipe history.  The rustic

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While walking through the bookstore one day, I spotted this adorable cookbook with a retro looking cover. The book was called Deceptively Delicious…such a fun name. I then remembered that Oprah had this on her show (check it out here) and Jessica Seinfeld created it. All of the recipes look

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I’m always looking for ways to make eating fun for my daughter. Sometimes I have to hide veggies into food, but I’m more in love with the idea of making food fun, visible and tasty. Bean Appetit: Hip and Healthy Ways to Have Fun With Food, by Shannon Payette Seip,

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