Kids food & nutrition
In elementary school, kids look up to their parents. But during adolescence? Not so much. “Teenagers rebel because they want to be different from their parents, plain and simple,” says Sean Grover, LCSW, author of “When Kids Call the Shots: How to Seize Control from Your Darling Bully and... more
This month, a record 7.6 million people took to the streets to strike for climate action. As inspiring as it is to see people of all ages speaking out about the crisis, the magnitude of the problem can make it feel like one that couldn’t possibly be managed through... more
Autumn-lovers, rejoice! Your favorite season is finally here. As the weather gets cooler and the leaves begin to change color, it's time to start thinking about how you can help your kids get outdoors and take advantage of all that this amazing season has to offer. From fun... more
Americans devote an average of 37 minutes a day preparing, serving and cleaning up after their meals, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That number creeps up to 44 minutes a day for families with kids, totaling more than 267 hours a year spent in the kitchen. For... more
My sister in law gave me a recipe for pork chops, and it calls for apple juice. I bought a 15 oz bottle of juice before I realized that I need a cup of it. What's the conversion of 15 oz to cups?
I have a recipe that calls for Tahini paste but I can't find it at the grocery store anywhere. Where is Tahini paste kept at the store?
Total cooking confession: I love oatmeal products. I have eaten oatmeal every work day – for the past ten (or more) years, my favorite cookies are oatmeal raisin and I find that oats create some perfect type of texture to foods. So when Care.com partnered with Quaker to create... more
Your best friend has a teenager who scrapes ice off the car windshield without being asked. Your cousin has a 1-year-old who puts her bottle in the sink when she finishes the milk, no reminders needed. Where did all these wonder children come from? "Ingraining responsibility in children is not... more