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Kids in the Kitchen – Joy or Disaster?
...ing together is a wonderful bonding experience. Especially with my two youngest boys who we adopted at the age of 4 and 5, this has proved to be a great way to bond. Just remember, it’s going to take longer to prepare something and don’t w...Read full story
Vapor Cooking: Healthier for you, your family, and the environment
...roteins. Have more questions about vapor cooking or interested in checking out some cooking demos and recipes? Check out 360Cookware.com – if interested in purchasing you can save 15% with the code “AKA”....Read full story
I Love Cast-Iron Cookware
I started using cast-iron cookware about four years ago, after my son came home from an overnight at a friend’s house and asked why I didn’t cook with cast iron. His friend’s mom had cooked him a delicious breakfast omelet in her cast-iro...Read full story
...hopefully the joy of sharing the food you make with the people you love. Jacob is definitely “Little Chef”. When he was 5, he would get in to a chef costume and ask to make up recipes from scratch. This is always a concern. One morning he...Read full story
Raffi, Moms Clean Air Force, Mother Love & Regulations
Recently, the musician/philosopher Raffi visited us online at Moms Clean Air Force and left a generous, kind, enthusiastic vote of confidence about our work. We were thrilled. Raffi’s music was as much a part of my children’s...Read full story
Lymph node biopsy
Alternative Names Biopsy – lymph nodes; Open lymph node biopsy; Fine needle aspiration biopsy; Sentinel lymph node biopsy Definition of Lymph node biopsy A lymph node biopsy is the removal of lymph node tissue for examination under a...Read full story
Cooking Organic Food from Scratch: Not hard. Not expensive.
...c green option, of course. In June, 2009, the average green Cook for Good meal costs just $1.57 per person. That’s 42 cents less than the food-stamp allowance in North Carolina, where I gather the prices. Even the “cart costR...Read full story
Learning Foods is Like Learning a Language
I received a great question from @ChowMamaStacie on Twitter (which was posed by @amanda by way of @kidappeal), “What do you say or do when kids make funny faces as they taste food?” I suggest a low-key, unsurprised, positive respon...Read full story
Traveling with Food Allergies: Your New Normal
...ent. Just make sure you don’t call during the breakfast, lunch or dinner rushes; 10AM – noon and 2PM – 4PM are probably the best times to call. Creating Traditions One of the silver linings of having food allergies is expe...Read full story
10 Tips to Help with Picky Eaters
...lp our children understand they won’t ever go hungry again. All of my kids are different eaters with different taste. My 16-year-old son has a sweet tooth that never seems to end. I think sweet teeth would be more like it. It’s a constant...Read full story