When preparing dinner for my kids, there’s nothing I love more than a well-rounded meal in one bowl. Picky eaters may find the veggies easier to eat if they are mixed in with other flavors, and my kids will end up eating more than if they are faced with a pile of broccoli on its own. Liza Huber, of Sage
One thing I love about the winter season is that I can adjust our family meals towards more hearty and homestyle recipes (the watermelon and feta salad is officially retired until next summer!). I’m a huge one-pot meal gal, and I never grow tired of chili. My newest, surefire and family-favorite chili recipe is this Sweet Potato and Black Bean
Do you ever check the time and realize it’s five o’ clock already and you have nothing planned for the kids for dinner? Pam and Melisa are sampling a quick alternative for those nights you just can’t pull together that home cooked meal. See how frozen kids meals brand Kidfresh does in Pam and Melisa’s taste test below.
While I’m always thankful for the restaurants that supply crayons or other things for the little customers at their venue, I’m also irrationally annoyed at those who don’t. I mean I’m not taking my two-year-old to five star, multi-course restaurants. How hard can it be, I think. The other guys do it. But, of course, I’m the mom. Ultimately, it’s