Kids are notoriously picky eaters. They’ll try to avoid any food that’s unfamiliar, whether it be a vegetable or an animal protein. How can you convince them to give something new a chance? Here are some excellent ways to persuade children to try new food.
Category Archives: Creative Cookery
Eating is an important part of your routine, but it is even more so when you have a family and want to share the experience with them. Having home-cooked, sit-down family mealtimes can have positive benefits for both you and your kids, so it is good to actively encourage it.
How many cookbooks do you have in your collection? One tried and true tome you return to whenever you want to try something new? A tall bookcase full, many of which you never even look at? Or something in between. These days many people don’t even crack open a cookbook when they want a recipe, they simply Google it or peruse their favorite magazine or online recipe resource. Well, in honor of October being National Cookbook Month, I thought I’d share some ideas on how to use a cookbook.
One of the biggest money drainers in life is grocery shopping. You wouldn’t think so, but if you look at how much money you spend per month on food, you’ll see that you don’t just spend what you budget per week. You’re buying extra sandwiches while out at work, you’re tagging on that extra coffee twice a day from your favorite coffee shop. It all adds up and it all works to drain your wallet when you don’t intend it to. But there are smart and savvy ways to save money on your grocery trip. Read on and I share some.
I doesn’t take much to level up your cooking and create a new layer of flavor and richness to the dishes you prepare. Here are some of the best possibilities that I recommend you explore. Take this advice and you’ll be amazed at how tasty your dishes become.