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Raddish Kids

I’m going to admit something. Please, please, please do not tell ANYBODY. Here goes… As a parent, I have no idea what I am doing! I have no clue how my daughter has made it to six years old in one piece. I’m still not sure why they allowed us to leave the hospital with her two days after she was born. They didn’t even give us a manual on how to work her!

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Food Revolution Day 2015!!!

It’s here!  And, I’m exhausted!  I just taught my daughter’s kindergarten class how to make Rainbow Skewers and Yogurt Dip. It’s always a rewarding adventure helping kids learn about food.  This year we talked about how to read food labels.  The lesson being, the fewer the ingredients the better.  And, actually knowing what the ingredients are…

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Rainbow Skewers and Yogurt Dip

I wanted to find something visually appealing and fun to eat to teach kids on Food Revolution Day.  I found a myriad of these recipes on the web.  Here’s my version of Skewers and Dip. Skewers and Base Ingredients: Cut up, bite sized of one or two of the following in each color (per skewer)-…

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Golden Beet Salad with Pickled Red Onions and Pistachios

I have the great fortune of living in California.  We have many local options all year-round in regards to produce.  About six months ago, I switched my produce shopping almost exclusively to an organic farm delivery service.  There are several to choose from, here in Los Angeles, but there was only one that delivers to…

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The Ridiculous Baking Company

One of my favorite things to do on a Sunday morning is to go to the Hollywood Farmers’ Market and get a pastry and coffee, before I score my veggies. Because of my sensitive tummy, this used to be more difficult… Until I stumbled upon The Ridiculous Baking Company, down on Spice Alley.

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Onyx and Mayan Gluten Free, Vegan Chocolate Cakes

A few months ago, I had the good fortune of going on a retreat in Palm Desert. My friend, Linda, is a frequent traveler to the area and a fellow ChikFoodie. All weekend she went on and on about the Savory Spice Shop.

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