YUM-O! empowers kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking.
Smoky cumin, bright coriander and fennel seed flavor this hearty and nutritious pork stew.
This recipe is like your favorite spinach-artichoke dip for breakfast!
Rach lightens and brightens up this mac and cheese with chicken broth, tarragon and fresh veggies. "Use 3-4 cups of fresh baby vegetables or a vegetable medley, very thinly sliced and quickly sautéed until tender-crisp. My ingredient list below is just a guideline. You can use any mix of vegetables you like." –RR
Here is your go-to classic pomodoro recipe from Rach! Make extra and freeze to have on-hand.
Makes 2 quarts
Bettina Elias Siegel is a writer who is passionate about school food reform. Her blog, The Lunch Tray, initially launched as a journal of her school food reform initiatives in Houston, TX; it now draws readers from all fifty states and as many foreign countries who are interested in children and food and the relationship between the two – as Bettina sums it up, people who are interested in “kids and food, in school and out.”
School food reform is the "raison d’etre" of The Lunch Tray and Bettina posts about this topic – including the latest news, her own thoughts and guest blog posts – several times a week. There are also numerous resources on the site to help visitors learn about school reform and improve the food culture in their school districts.
You'll also find posts about handling picky eaters, exchanges between parents about lunch box ideas, weeknight dinners and recipes as well as all sorts of other interesting tidbits when it comes to kids and food.
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