Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Bagel stores used to be everywhere. They are still around, just a little harder to come by. The good news is that you can transform even the most mediocre bagel into deliciousness with this homemade veggie cream cheese! Since it's so flavorful, it stands up nicely to the heartiness of whole wheat bagels, which is how we serve it up in our classes. We recommend warming or toasting the bagels first if they are not fresh.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
|Photo courtesy of Anupy Singla/Indian As Apple Pie|
The bday love has been raining down all month long, and we couldn't be happier. This final guest blog post in our bday series is from our longtime friend, Anupy Singla - former reporter, mom and fellow food entrepreneur. We share a common passion - to spread our love of good food with children and families, and make healthy eating a reality even in the midst of the crazy we call life. Anupy's recipe for Cashew Cream makes us wish we could use nuts at The Kids' Table!
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Of course we love it when kids and families come cook with us at The Kids' Table. You know what we love even more? When we hear kids take the recipe, their newfound skills and peaked enthusiasm, and recreate the dish again at home. That's our definition of a smashing success! It's why we do what we do. Read on for such tale from Sara Youngblood-Ochoa of Macaroni Kid Chicago, a formerly reluctant homecook, and get her son's favorite Kids' Table recipe (for the moment, anyway) - Lasagna Cupcakes!
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
|Steve & his son Max taught a Family Class at|
The Kids' Table in Sept. 2015
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Soba noodles are Japanese noodles made with buckwheat flour. They look and taste similar to traditional spaghetti, but pack more fiber and protein per serving than wheat pasta. On their own, soba noodles lack the B-vitamins and iron typically found in wheat pasta, but by pairing them with the crispy tofu, your meal will be nutritionally complete. Despite the name, buckwheat flour is naturally gluten-free. You can find store-bought varieties made from 100% buckwheat flour, but be sure to read the label if you're looking for gluten-free, because many are made with a mix of buckwheat and wheat flours.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
It's a new year! A time for taking stock of our lives, and figuring out how to create the change we want for ourselves and our families. Food tends to be a big player in New Year's resolutions. But how do we craft resolutions and goals that are realistic and sustainable? Ones that won't be distant memories by Valentine's Day?