Archive | 2016

{Guest Blog} Sowing the Seeds of Success: Low-to-No Cost Tips for Teachers and Parents to get Kids Excited about Food

Sowing the Seeds of Success: Low-to-No Cost Tips for Teachers and Parents to get Kids Excited about Food By Rob Glass Rob is a Spanish teacher in Maryland, a Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Ambassador, and an avid amateur chef. Summer is almost at an end, and the school year will be here again before you […]

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Blogging Over There…

Hi friends, I just wanted to let you know that if you want to keep up with me, I’m blogging at a lot more frequently. In fact, I try to blog about once a week. It’s my speech therapy blog and I find it a lot easier to generate ideas because it’s what I’ve […]

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Basic Pasta Carbonara for A Family of Four

One of our favorite recipes is Pasta Carbonara. It’s easy to throw together and kids love it. Here’s how we make it: 12 oz of Gluten-free pasta, preferably corn-based 2 TBSPs olive oil 8 oz of chopped pancetta (or bacon chopped small) 2 eggs, lightly beaten Pinch of salt 1/3 cup Parmesan Boil water and […]

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Cookbook Review Times Two {Giveaway}

A couple new books have come out that you need to hear about. First up is Chef Stuart O’Keeffe’s new book The Quick Six Fix. I love the idea of having a short ingredient list to create great meals. When I opened up the book, I figured out how it all works. You start by […]

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Basic Pico de Gallo Salsa for One Family

I spent most of my adult life being too intimidated to attempt making salsa. How crazy is that? Thankfully I figured it out and I make it as frequently as I can. My husband and my older son (who is seven) love it. My three-year-old son will not even try it, but when I was […]

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Nature’s Farm Camp

Today’s guest blog is written by Tim Magner. He is a children’s book author, food educator and dynamic teacher. While visiting more than 100 schools as a children’s book author, Tim got an up-close look at what kids were eating. He created Truck Farm Chicago, a farm-on-wheels project that connected kids to food for three years. […]

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