We mentioned the importance of getting kids active in the kitchen in yesterday's blog post. To continue with that message, we wanted to post a great recipe that makes a great addition to a homemade, weekend brunch.
To honor National Nutrition Month we wanted to focus on helping children foster a positive relationship with food. A great way to do that is by getting kids active in the cooking process. Even if its making sometimes foods like baking cookies or, in this case, making pancakes! Here's a cute video we made with the kids:
With Easter around the corner, learn how to make hard-boiled eggs great for dyeing and then for eating. There are many theories about how to perfectly cook a hard “boiled” egg. Well, MDIO decided to find the perfect way to cook an egg in it’s shell by testing the traditional “boiling” method versus the seemingly favorite Pinterest method – “baking”.
Less than 4 days until St. Patrick's day, folks! To celebrate the joyous occasion we wanted to share a traditional Irish soda bread recipe with you. This recipe is from Cooking Light's Global Kitchen cookbook, written by David Joachim, which features 150 nutrition-packed recipes from around the globe.
With the clocks springing forward this Sunday, we couldn't help but post a recipe for a Spring-y dish. We can't wait for the weather to warm up and the spring flowers to bloom, not to mention, eating delicious seasonal fruits and veggies! One of our favorite spring vegetables is asparagus and we especially love this asparagus salad recipe.
My parents have assured me that they will never offer Burger King takeout food to my sons and I’ve made my sister promise she won’t bring them to McDonalds. My sitters always know—NO FAST FOOD! But I gave in! I broke down in Peru!