Monthly Archives: November 2011

Roasted Cauliflower with Sunflower Seed Dressing

I took my kids to the dentist this week. I really thought the trip would yield some hilarious/awful blog content – something around Cosmo moving the chair up and down, hysterics and fear about opening our mouths, maybe the trauma … Continue reading

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Rice Crispy Turkey Pops

My dad was in town last weekend, and I was in need of an activity for us to do with the kids. Nell had seen these adorable turkeys in a magazine or something and begged me to do them, and … Continue reading

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The Share

Continuing on the “mini shares are soooo easy” theme, this week brought in another completely manageable bounty of veggies. The Haul: Broccoli Chard Kale Lettuce Parsley Carrots Tangerines The Plan: Some sort of Kale with tahini thing, still haven’t quite … Continue reading

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Roasted Squash Pizza

WARNING: If you cannot deal with a post that is about both food and potty training, just go ahead and skip on down to the bullet points below. I’m not going to get too graphic here, and this is really … Continue reading

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Beans and Greens

Beans and greens are the sort of food that I feel like I ought to love, and just stubbornly don’t. You probably don’t need me to tell you all about how they are super healthy, cheap, delicious, etc. But honestly? … Continue reading

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The Share

As I mentioned before, we have moved to a mini share for the season. I believe that this will fit our needs a little better, and it certainly already seems much more manageable to me. Of course , I still … Continue reading

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Fancy Salad

For those of you who have been patiently waiting to hear what Eleanor won Student of the Month for, the word of the month was “responsibility.” This is the child that lost three out of four of her new shoes … Continue reading

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