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I have been looking for new way to cook Brussels sprouts for my family. After researching some different recipes, I decided to mix a few together and create my own! The bacon and mushrooms add a nice meatiness to the sprouts, while the cheese and butter help to unite all the flavors together.
Hope you enjoy!
Cheesy Bacon and Mushroom ...
Next week is ''E'' week at our school, meaning we will be talking and learning about all things ''E''! So today at our teacher planning meeting we brainstormed on all the Exciting E-based Events we could plan for the upcoming days. Some of our ideas included: Egg-shell painting, making scrambled-Eggs, Exercise activities outside in the spring air ...
Last week, I wrote a post about Teething Feeder Bags and how instrumental they can be when transitioning your child to solid foods. In addition, they are a wonderful way to introduce various flavors, whether it is fruits, vegetables or proteins. This week's post shifts the focus to some other foods that are vital for your baby's health and ...
This week's post is written for parents who are interested in making their own baby food. With both my girls I have used a combination of homemade baby food and store bought organic baby food. I really enjoy making my own purees and have learned that the process can be healthier for babies, as well as simple and cost effective. In addition, I feel ...
I have a confession to make.
I do not like, cook with or eat Brussels sprouts (or so I thought!). Even though I know they are ''good for me'' and full of vitamin C, they are simply not a food I normally choose to eat. Growing up, my own mother never really made Brussels sprouts (sorry mom, the secret is out!). She made broccoli, green beans and ...
In the SNF, therapists often get accustomed to choosing pureed, mechanical soft, or regular diet textures. At times, I request a mechanical soft meal with pureed meats, and some facilities ask us to specify mechanical soft with chopped meats or mechanical soft with ground meats. In some facilities, mechanical soft texture is by default softer ...
Over the next several weeks I will be researching and reporting on the definition, symptoms, causes and cures for the ever-growing Peanut Allergy.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the basic definition of the peanut allergy reads as follows:
Peanut allergy is common, especially in children. Peanut allergy symptoms can range from a minor irritation ...
Today's post is the final in my five-week Dairy Free series of posts and recipes! The focus of today's post includes: the factors that may increase a person's risk of developing a milk allergy, what anaphylaxis looks like and a delicious ''At-Home Baking Kit'' you can buy at your local store and is guaranteed dairy free!
The Mayo Clinic outlines ...
my current workplace, we have started a new monthly pot luck tradition for the
entire teaching and therapeutic staff. It has become a fun time to gather all the
staff together, share and swap recipes and enjoy the company and cooking of
others. In addition, each month's luncheon offers a different theme. This month
was an Irish theme ...
Today's post is full of yummy drink recipes for the little leprechauns in
Recipe 1: Rainbow Punch
You will need:
food coloring (several
white grape juice
clear colored cups (so you
can see the rainbow!)
About a day before you intend to make this punch, fill an ice cube ...