Forbidden rice is a dark, short-grained variety used in Asian cuisine. Lime juice, avocado oil and honey make a delicious tropical dressing for this medley of black rice, mango and pomegranate seeds.
This baked potato salad is perfect for picnics and BBQs because it has a dairy-free dressing that won’t spoil quickly when left in the sun. Kids will have fun drizzling olive oil into the food processor, watching the vinaigrette emulsify. You’ll have extra Vidalia onion vinaigrette leftover to dress for future salads.bbq, cooking with kids, potato salad, side dishes, the kids cook monday
Oh hot dog! We’ve all heard those rumors that start a curdling in your stomach and leave you vowing to never eat meat again, even at the most desperate of ball games. Fear no more, Applegate Farms is here to rekindle your love for hot dogs and, once again, make you feel good about feeding […]applegate farms, bbq, healthy foods for kids, hot dogs, kids foods, organic meat, side dishes
With it’s great variety of foods, the Thanksgiving dinner should be the one meal that offers something to everybody – even the pickiest little eater. Right? Just to be extra sure your kids will not stage a hunger strike at the sight of all the “grownup food” on the table or try to whinge you […]Barbara Hughston, family, healthy foods for kids, side dishes, Thanksgiving, The Sneaky Chef, vegetables
My son and I were walking down the chips aisle at Target, honing in on my current favorite snack, whole-wheat honey grain twist pretzels (don’t even try one—you’ll be hooked), when he stopped in front of a display of shiny yellow bags full of giant O-shaped rings. “I love Funyuns, Mom! Can we get some?” […]cooking for kids, recipes, side dishes, Thanksgiving, vegetables