Monthly Archives: November 2011

Teach Your Kids to Cook

I wanted to share this article that was sent to me. I currently sit in the apartment of a pair of college students, still stuffed to the gills with some of THE best food ever. However, I have friends that … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free, Vegetarian Entertaining for the Holidays

Today we have a guest post from cookbook author Carol Fenster.  I’ve recently received a lot of emails about vegetarian and vegan gluten-free choices, so I thought this was quite timely. I hope you enjoy her post and the accompanying … Continue reading

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GF Oatmeal Cinnamon Chips Cookies

I made these cookies the other day, and I was extremely pleased with them (a bit too much, if you know what I mean).  A number of people have asked for the recipe, so here it is.  It comes from … Continue reading

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Unique Christmas Gift Idea

Just in case you’re looking for a unique Christmas gift idea, I thought I’d share an email I received, just because I think they’re really cute. Crock-Pot is now doing customizable Crock-Pots.  You pick the background and you add a … Continue reading

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Allergies and Young Children – Learning

It is important for young children to understand that not everything that is good for one person is good for another. Sesame Street does their “What’s the word on the street?” segment, teaching kids about a new word. I’m not … Continue reading

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