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King's Hawaiian Dogs

New Dodger Stadium Food for 2016

Take me out to the Dodgers, and buy me some peanuts and…nachos verde? Yep, it’s the start of another season at Dodger Stadium and it’s time once again for the new lineup of food to enjoy with the family while cheering on the Dodgers. We had a chance to get our annual update from Dodger […]

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Lazy Mom’s School Lunch Guide

Back to school…school lunch…zzzzz. Wait – where was I? Sorry, my bad. Even though this is supposedly a blog about nutritious kids’ food, the thought of making school lunches always puts me to sleep. (If I’m going to be in the kitchen, I’d much rather be carving watermelons or making a Tim Burton pie.) Even […]

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Heirloom Tomatoes

We love heirloom tomatoes, but…in the winter? Really? Well, yes. Our friends at Frieda’s – The Specialty Produce Company are offering beautiful garden-fresh heirloom tomatoes this month, and they were kind enough to send us some to sample. Heirloom tomatoes – known for their odd shapes and mottled colors – are the classic first generation […]

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Gluten-Free Day

We have quite a few friends who are maintaining a gluten-free diet, and we’ve been curious about it for a while. But what does it really entail? Would we have to give up bread, pizza, and cookies? Because that would be kind of a big problem in our house. That’s why, when Udi’s Gluten Free […]

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Will the Kids Eat the Leftovers?

You’ve hosted a household of people; now you’ve got a house full of food. Everyone liked the meal the first time around, but will they be willing to give it another try…and another…and another? Unless you have extremely open-minded kids, they are likely to turn up their noses at a re-heated (and slightly less tasty) […]

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Chef for a Day

As part of our ongoing effort to help our picky eater expand his palate, we tried a new experiment this week: Let the six-year-old make the dinner. He happily embraced the idea and came up with a meal plan and a shopping list almost immediately. The shopping trip was moderately successful, with a little prodding […]

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