Helping parents and kids cook together, eat together, and plan better meals together seven days a week, three meals a day, one bite at a time.
Relish Food Hero: Michael Pollan
The “food detective” gives you five easy tips for eating fresh and healthy foods that will be fun for your family!
Route 66: Money Saving Recipes
Relish editor Jill Melton, attempts the seemingly impossible—feeding her family of three for a week on nothing but $66 and her pantry staples.
Ground Beef Recipes Kids Love
Get kids off the couch and in the kitchen with our collection of weeknight-friendly ground beef recipes.
Cool Kitchen Tools
If you want your kids to learn how to cook, put the proper tools in their little hands—here are 10 essentials that are as fun as they are useful.
Valentines to Make and Bake with Your Kids
Little hearts will flutter this Valentine’s Day when spending time in the kitchen with Mom.
Easy Pork Chop Recipes
Become a pork chop pro and revive weeknight family dinners with the help of these simple and delicious pork recipes.
Chicken Soup for Yummies
This creamy chicken soup with rice (and cheese) is oh so nice on cold wintry days.
Noodles for the Chinese New Year
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with these noodles made with sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger and garlic.
Valentine’s Day Cupcakes
Valentine’s Day cupcakes for the kids are perfect for classroom parties and spreading the love.
Valentine’s Day for Kids
Show your little ones some love this Valentines Day by spending quality time in the kitchen putting together our creative and yummy heart-warming treats.
With tangerines in season, let the kids help juice the fresh citrus fruits for sweet and sour recipes.
Easy Chocolate Recipes Kids Can Make
Say “I love you” to your kids with some chocolate, a bowl and some quality time together in the kitchen.
Candy Canes for Kids
Kids love candy canes. And so do we. Here are three ways to make sweet use of the Christmastime favorite.
Cookies for Santa
A “mother dough” makes multiple types of cookies to tempt Santa into lingering a little longer on Christmas Eve.