Picky Eater Solutions: Kids and Vegetables

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Jul 6, 2011

Yesterday our family met Elizabeth Pantley of the “No-Cry” Parenting Books. She’s working on a new book called, “The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution,” and needed families who were wiling to try her methods and be interviewed about them. So, we got an advance section of the book to try out for 4-6 weeks. She came […]

Recipe: Easy C Salad

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Apr 25, 2011

This salad was born out of necessity – I only had Carrots and a Cucumber to work with one fine day, and wanted some raw veggies. It is refreshing, sweet and downright delicious. Easy C Salad Ingredients: – 2 Carrots – 1/2 Cucumber – Several small Basil leaves – 1 Table Spoon Olive Oil – […]

Recipe: Sweet Zing Salad

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Apr 18, 2011

Sometimes, while I’m drifting off to sleep, I think of a recipe I want to create.  I can almost taste the various flavors and try to imagine what the marriage of them together become.  I try my best not to forget them the next morning, and usually find the time to try them out. Sharing […]

The War on Vegetables

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Mar 31, 2011

  It doesn’t feel like an exaggeration to say that there is a war against vegetables. Vegetables are still not popular or eagerly welcomed by our 4-year-old.  And let’s be honest, they are not cool. You can’t make billions from selling Carrots or Zucchini. You don’t see billboards of Movie Stars or Sports Heros smiling […]

Recipe: Quick Baby Bok Choy Stir Fry

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Mar 7, 2011

One of my personal goals is to consume at least one salad a day – from 1-2 servings. With our cold weather, a salad doesn’t sound appealing on some days. So, I came up with this recipe wanting something hot, fast and hearty – satisfying without any grains. Ingredients – 2 Carrots – 2 Celery […]

From There To Here

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Mar 2, 2011

For three days I did not leave the house. Our Little Miss was sick and only wanted Mama to hold her. We read dozens of books, Dr. Seuss ones being a favorite – hence the title of this post.  Holding her while she napped, I had plenty of time to think, think, think, think.  Sometimes […]