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Peanut Butter Sushi?

Monday, May 10, 2010

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Peanut Butter Sushi?

Peanut butter and sushi. These aren’t two types of food you see together in the same sentence. While peanut butter is pretty self explanatory (basically peanuts ground up into an incredibly yummy paste) and can be spread on all kinds of things. Sushi on the other hand is a Japanese sticky rice dish usually served with raw fish (though not always). The good people at Serious Eats have found a way to pair the two together!

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Blueberry and Lemon Tart

Sunday, May 9, 2010

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Blueberry and Lemon Tart

Today is Mother’s Day and every Mom loves dessert! Here’s one that the kids can help with even and it’s fairly quick to do! This Blueberry and Lemon tart is fresh and delicious. If you prefer a different berry like Raspberry perhaps, feel free to exchange it for the blueberries!

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Vegan Earth Day Dirty Cupcakes

Thursday, April 22, 2010

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Vegan Earth Day Dirty Cupcakes

Earth Day Dirty Caterpillar Cupcakes are a great way to celebrate the love of our planet and get the kids interested! This is a fun way to have children enjoy the day and get to help in the kitchen too!

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What to do with left over Peeps? Try some Peepshi and Peepza!

Friday, April 16, 2010

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What to do with left over Peeps? Try some Peepshi and Peepza!

It’s a couple weeks past Easter, when peeps (little marshmallow chicks) are all over. What do you do if you have too many peeps left over? Why make some Peepshi and Peepza of course!

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ChopChop Gets Kids Interested in Food

Thursday, April 8, 2010

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ChopChop Gets Kids Interested in Food

Gourmet, Bon Appetit, Savour are all food filled magazines that if you aren’t a food enthusiast just one look in them will at the very least get those creative kitchen juices flowing. There are plenty of other publications catering to adults who love food but now there is new food magazine to get children interested as well.

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First Annual Food Bloggers Bake Sale April 17th!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

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First Annual Food Bloggers Bake Sale April 17th!

Ever wondered what could happen if America’s blogging bakers decided to do a bake sale? Not one that is only for their child’s school, or their town or even state but a massive one that will be going on in almost every state in the entire country? Well on April 17th you can find out what kinds of goodies your favorite food bloggers will be putting up for sale!

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High School Students Fight Cafeteria Food

Thursday, March 25, 2010

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High School Students Fight Cafeteria Food

With the food crusades gaining weight in America, not only are Michelle Obama and Jamie Oliver trying to create a revolution full of fresh, nutritious, healthy, real food but so are Chicago high school students.

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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

If you’ve been watching for any food news, you’ll have heard about the obesity problem in the US. We hear about the many processed foods and how it affects us health wise. This is especially concerning when it comes to children, who aren’t responsible for the food they eat especially when they aren’t taught anything about it. Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, is trying to help show what people are eating and how to change it for the better.

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5 Second Rule a Myth

Sunday, March 21, 2010

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5 Second Rule a Myth

Ever wonder if the 5-second rule works? The one where if you drop a food item on the floor it’s still safe to eat before the 5 seconds are up? Well don’t bet your health on it!

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Baked Chicken Strips

Sunday, February 28, 2010

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Baked Chicken Strips

Sometimes it’s hard to find a healthier version of childhood favorites. Chicken strips are one of these types of food, but there are ways to make them so much healthier! This recipe calls for baking instead of frying as well as using puffed wheat cereal instead of white bread crumbs and makes for a great alternative that’s healthier and still tasty!

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