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Indian Food Your Kids Will Love
Introduce your kids to new flavors and tastes with these easy to make at home, and kid-friendly Indian dishes.
How to Get Kids to Eat Brussels Sprouts
Kids will love picking Brussels sprouts off the stalk and eating them.
Split Pea Soup with Parmesan Crisps
Make use of a leftover ham bone or ham hocks with this creamy pea soup topped with crunchy Parmesan “crisps”—perfect for a princess or prince.
Raising an Adventurous Eater
A food critic and first-time father says if you want to raise adventurous eaters, feed your kids something new at every meal.
The Peanut Butter Cookie That Wasn’t
Tahini (sesame paste) replaces peanut butter in these crunchy, chewy peanut-free cookies.
Christmas and a Casserole
Grab “A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote, whip up a casserole and share an evening with friends.
10 Fun Ways to Get Your Kids Eating Better
We love getting creative with kids in the kitchen! Here are 10 simple ideas for making your little ones into healthy, engaged and adventurous eaters.
Thanksgiving Dinner Tasks Kids Can Handle
When Thanksgiving Day rolls around, don’t park your kids in front of the TV—get them in the kitchen instead.
Thanksgiving Kids Table
Keep kids entertained during your family’s Thanksgiving feast with our easy table-setting tips.
Halloween Tips for Parents
Food Blogger Rachel Willen shares her best Halloween tricks for dealing with all those treats.
Harry Potter Party for Kids
Make Harry Potter proud and conjure up a wizardly celebration this Halloween.
School Lunch: Healthy How-to’s
Don’t send kids to the bus stop empty-handed: Cookbook author Nancy Mehagian shares her top 10 tips for packing healthy lunches.
Five summer-fresh recipes inspired by Melissa Graham, a lawyer turned whole foods activist who teaches Chicago kids the basics of good nutrition.
Pizza That Delivers
Almost any kid will eat pizza—and with a little help, they can have fun making them too.