What feels like forever ago, we learned that a new Whole Foods Market was coming to town. We live in between two stores and don’t often drive in either direction so this new location is so much more convenient for us. Each time I’ve driven by the new building over the last few months, I’ve […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Whole Foods Greenway Gives New Meaning to Local
A few weeks ago we watched a movie where the family ate Chinese takeout for dinner. It was so reminiscent of my own childhood where my parents would stop on their way home to pick up egg foo young, moo goo gai pan and chow mein, mmm… and some egg rolls. And at that moment […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Dinner Special: Our First Chinese Takeout
Our snow is finally melting after keeping us close to home for more than four days. It was a beautiful scene to watch from the warmth of our home each day, and we made lots of memories sledding down our hill with neighbors. Each day my son asked if we could walk to our friend’s […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Valentine Treats That Are Natural and Sweet
Every time certain friends or my niece come over, there’s one question that I’m guaranteed to hear: can we do some kitchen science? If we’ve got the time and supplies, I love to say yes to this request! Getting the kiddos in the kitchen to explore science and food is something really important to us […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Kitchen Science: Fun with Food
As I was thinking about this year’s Thanksgiving “big meal” earlier this month, I realized that there are too many dishes I enjoy to squeeze them into one sitting. I mean, we can only enjoy so much food in one meal before it’s no longer enjoyable, right? Yeah, we’ve all been there and I am […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Thanksgiving Recipes To Be Thankful For
Many years ago our son went from being the happiest, most excited kid on the block to the squirmiest kid in the class. He wiggled in his chair so much that he wore holes in the back pockets of his pants. Thankfully, he was still a happy kid, but his activity level in class was […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Some of you have seen the hints and teases about something EXCITING coming soon, and many of you helped test recipes a few months ago, without even knowing why or how they would be used (you’re all great, by the way, and I really appreciate your help!). Well, I am so very excited to tell […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Have You Heard: The Guidebook for Parents Dealing with ADHD and Hyperactivity Is Almost Here
If you or a loved one have food sensitivities, I’m betting that you’ll relate and appreciate the humor in this great video. I’m still laughing inside and I watched it yesterday.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Les Miserables Food Sensitivities Style
Going to the mall was an activity my younger self loved loved to do. Remember hanging out at the mall all day and trying to explain to your parents that it was fun? I still enjoy window shopping (especially at William Sonoma and Anthropologie) and now my own little daughter thinks lunch at Nordstrom Café […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.