Breaking Picky Eaters: Aimée Wimbush-Bourque of Simple Bites

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The following post is from Aimée of Simple Bites and is the third guest post in the Breaking Picky Eaters series. We’ll start to look at different reasons why a child might be picky and solutions and methods to try with your “particular eaters” at home based on what has worked for all of us, […]

Breaking Picky Eaters: Guest Post from Katie Goodman of GoodLife Eats

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The following post is from Katie of GoodLife Eats and is the second guest post in the Breaking Picky Eaters series. We’ll hear from one more mom early next week, and then we’ll start to look at different reasons why a child might be picky and solutions and methods to try with your “particular eaters” […]

Breaking Picky Eaters: Michelle Stern of What’s Cooking

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Breaking Picky Eaters: This is the first guest post of a mom sharing her personal experience raising a child who refuses more often than they sit down and eat a meal you prepared happily. This one comes from my dear friend Michelle of What’s Cooking with Kids. She’s sharing her experience with dealing with a […]

Breaking a Picky Eater: New Series

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I’m starting a new series on picky eaters here on Food for My Family. I’ll look at different reasons kids might be picky eaters and how one approach doesn’t work for all children, and we’ll hear from other parents who may be going through similar trials to find out what worked for them and what […]

Slider Craze: Tiny Burgers for Tiny Hands

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It seems as though everyone has jumped on the mini burger bandwagon as of late. Sit down and fast food establishments alike have been serving up these pint-sized patties for their guests of all sizes. It’s time for you too to embrace the three-bite burger. When Kiwi was five years old she hated burgers. Burger […]

Sweet Corn – Hot off the Grill

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It’s summer in Minnesota, and that can mean many things to many people.  For me, it’s not really summer until the road side stands pop up offering cucumbers, melons, potatoes and, of course, sweet corn.  Now, it can’t be just any kind of sweet corn.  You see, I grew up spoiled.  My Uncle Duane had […]

Kids in the Kitchen: 5 Simple Ways to Get Kids Involved in the Kitchen Today

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The past couple of weeks I’ve been having some…issues with a certain Kola Nut. He’s not a bad kid. In fact, he’s anything but. Still, he has moments of seeming malicious intent. Like the time he dumped all the soap out of the dispenser in the bathroom and filled it up with water. Last week. […]