I am fully aware of my shortcomings as a person... I CANNOT COOK. There I've said it. I've put it out into the universe. As a mother and a woman, I've always felt the sense that the ability to be able to whip up a sumptuous meal that would satiate and nourish my family's collective bellies, was a MASSIVE internal flaw of mine. It made me less of a nurturing parent; my kids will not have those … [Read more...]
School breakfasts; everything you need to know but are afraid to ask!
Although you're ashamed to admit it, you're pretty sure there have been several weekday mornings, during which in the midst of the tumult to get your kids out the door, that you might have actually forgotten to feed your kids breakfast. Don't be so hard on yourself! We are sharing School breakfasts; everything you need to know but are afraid to ask! Keep in mind that breakfast doesn't … [Read more...]
Tips to Bond with Your Kids After Valentine’s Day; Laurie David says: EAT Dinner With them!
Although all the pomp and circumstance of Valentine's Day is behind us the bonding and lovefest with your kids can and should continue! And one way to do that is to EAT DINNER WITH THEM! Laurie David, producer of the academy award winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth, environmental activist, mom to two daughters and of course ex-wife of the infamous Larry David is encouraging families to … [Read more...]
Back-to-school dinners: 3 healthy and tasty recipes your kids will go gaga for
This is the third article in our back to school best foods for your kids series...in this post we tackle...Nutritious quick and easy suppers. Now that you've got breakfast and lunch covered- quick and easy supers can also be on the menu. Tina Ruggiero, M.S., R.D., L.D. says that although most parents think that cooking healthy meals means spending lots of time at the stove this isn't true at … [Read more...]
What do we do when DINNERTIME gets tough? We cook with Ragu and HOPE for the best!
Part of the reason I love being a Ragu Mom Ambassador is getting to share stuff I already ruminate over and obssess about- namely getting my painfully thin son to eat his dinner. Between my two kids, we've always struggled to get my son to eat his dinner. Breakfasts, we pretty much have down; cereals, bagels and fruit, and lunch is an easy sandwich-but when it comes to using a fork, sitting in … [Read more...]