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The ground is frozen. I haven’t thrown a shovel into it in weeks. Anything outdoors is dormant for the Winter. Some growth continues with the help of high tunnels and greenhouse structures. The structures provide protection from the freezing temperatures. The garlic that will be harvested in Summer and Fall has been planted. It needs […] . . .
Our house suffered quite a bit of damage with Hurricane Michael and like so many others. My friends talk about how they didn't think about grabbing their fave recipes, especially holiday recipes. I don't have that problem!!
It’s every parent’s dream, isn’t it? To wake up to breakfast already made? Ok, true – if we’re really dreaming, let’s have the kitchen cleaned up, floor swept and a load of laundry folded and in drawers – but we’ll keep this challenge realistic. Today I want to challenge you to teach your kids one breakfast recipe, and we’ll give you some cool examples, like this one:
Meal planning is cool, because you can make it fit who you are, and when you find that fit, it’s like an old friend. Here are some options kids (and adults) have as they begin to learn how to meal plan.
My own children, the two oldest at ages ten and thirteen, struggle with the planning portion of cooking. We spend time discussing how long it might take to make their recipe, when they’ll need to get in the kitchen to start, whether they know where all the ingredients are, and so on. And to be fair, it’s not that they’re poor at planning, but it’s obvious to me that it’s not second nature and will take practice, but here are 7 reasons that it's important.
When it comes to learning how to cook, whether you’re a child or an adult, mastering knife skills is truly the key to unlocking the produce section and being able to cook healthy foods. I’m so excited to share our knife skills class for kids with you absolutely free! It’s about 10 minutes long […] . . .
Let’s get down to business with some practical tips about teaching kids to help in the kitchen! Any engagement with food is a step on the way to kids being independent in cooking. It all counts!