A couple of weeks ago, one of my favorite bloggers over at Spoonfed posted a story (and this follow-up) about how she decided to speak up about the neon pink drink being served at a birthday party attended by her 9-year-old daughter. In it she describes how she is often an advocate for real food, though … Continue reading To Speak or Not To Speak…
Whenever I mention to someone that I care a lot about healthy eating, I invariably get the question "so what kinds of foods do you eat?" Despite my passion about the subject, I find this to be a really hard question to answer. I usually stumble over something like "when I talk about healthy eating, … Continue reading So what kinds of foods do you eat?
I'm in a little bit of shock...my little munchkin turned 4 last week! It's hard to believe that she's such a big kid now - definitely no longer a baby (as she is happy to tell you!). It's customary for kids in her preschool to invite the entire class, so we decided to host the … Continue reading 4th Birthday Celebration!
Store bought chicken stock is one of those products which really irks me. Even the seemingly good quality ones (organic, free range, low sodium, etc.) have long ingredient lists which include things like "natural chicken flavor" (shouldn't the flavor come from the chicken itself??). But somehow making homemade stock always seemed like so much effort! … Continue reading Homemade Chicken Stock, Two Easy Ways
Earlier this week, hubby and I attended a fundraising dinner in support of California Proposition 37, which would require Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) to be labeled in raw and processed foods sold to consumers in California. This dinner was hosted at GustOrganics, New York City's first certified organic restaurant, by bloggers Food Babe and LivingMaxWell. … Continue reading How much do you know about GMOs?
If you ask a bunch of parents if they let their toddler or preschool aged kids drink soda, I’m guessing the majority would either say never or only on special occasions. But when it comes to juice, the answer changes dramatically. Juice is given to children – babies! – all the time. Nevermind birthday parties … Continue reading Fruit Juice for Health?
A version of this article originally appeared on Beauty News NYC, where I was also interviewed last year to talk about my blog and feeding kids. Check it out! For many people summer means a welcome hiatus from packing kids’ lunch boxes. But now that school is back in session, have no fear - back … Continue reading The Perfectly Packed Lunch