5 Things You Don't Know About Ramadan

There’s a small shop where my best girl and I go every week after her gymnastics class. It’s part of our weekly routine. When we leave the gymnastics studio, we eagerly drive up the road to pick up a lamb shawarma plate and seasoned fries. Occasionally, if I am particularly hungry, I’ll ask for a kibbeh, an amazing teardrop-shaped patty made from spiced ground beef and bulgar wheat.

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What Your Kids Need to Know About the World

In another lifetime, almost 15 years ago, I traveled often. That is, if you consider semi-yearly international travel to be often. Those were exciting days, and I learned a lot about the world, and the shared humanity that unites us. My days were filled with learning people’s stories, talking about how travel transforms us and the way we see life.

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5 New Tips: Cooking with Your Preschoolers

When did cooking start to be a chore for us, mamas? Do you remember when it was exciting to help the adults in the kitchen? I have fond memories of making a cookie recipe that my Nana was given by her mother (my great-grandmother) and we used to make the cookies and then bring them for my great-grandmother in the late stages of her life.

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12 Things You Need to Know About Eggs Before Easter

No matter what your feelings are about eggs, make no yolk about it...they are an amazing little food! We were visiting some friends over the weekend and my friend’s husband is an enthusiastic foodie like I am. He was spending the afternoon cooking up this amazing Hawaiian fish called Opakapaka. It is known as the “Hawaiian red snapper” because its skin is pink.

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Read This Before You Cook Again

Friends, before you get ready to cook or bake something, what do you do? Do you have a process that helps you make the recipe prep smoother? Maybe you always use the same cutting board and your favorite knife, or you stand in the same place in your kitchen?

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If You Think Your Kids Are Too Young to Cook, Read This!

It’s no wonder really, ever since she was a baby she’s been creating in this way. To engage her senses and give her a thrill, I used to spread out towels on the kitchen floor and give her cornstarch, water and various innocuous dollar store spices and she would set out mixing and pouring and stirring her heart out!

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Coco Gives Mexican Stereotypes a Cocotazo ("hit on the head")

Happy Holidays to you all. I hope you’re celebrating as many holidays as you can! Celebrating is for all of us, and the more we know about one another’s traditions, the more connected we feel! Before we talk about Navidad, we have something else to discuss.

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