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Fresh Fig and Pistachio Cookies Recipe

It’s fig season here in California, which means you *definitely* need a recipe for fig-pistachio cookies. Sure, we know, all of your friends are eating their fresh figs with melon and prosciutto – and that’s great! – but you want cookies, don’t you? Yes, you do. We couldn’t resist these beautiful California-grown figs at our […]

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Chocolate Zucchini Bread and Summer Zucchini Excess

Zucchini is one of those garden crops that, if it’s going to succeed, will probably succeed beyond your wildest dreams. In fact, if you know anyone else with a garden, you’re probably getting an offer of free zucchini right around now. Now if you have a bumper crop of zucchini, you’re probably thinking about sauteeing […]

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Super-Easy Strawberry Tart Recipe

It’s June, and if you’re not eating strawberries… you must be living in the frozen tundra somewhere. Seriously, June is the month of summer and strawberries… and strawberry tarts are among this month’s most iconic foods. Do you need a better reason to make a strawberry tart? We’ve got you covered, with a super-easy strawberry […]

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Food News Wrap: June 17

After a brief hiatus from the news business (moving will do that to you) we are back with a doozy of a week in kids’ food news. Did you hear that L.A. schools have voted to eliminate flavored milk as of July 1? They are the biggest school district in the country to do so […]

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Fun Food Saturday: Winter Rainbow

If you think winter vegetables have to be either beige and white or else frozen, think again. There are so many bright, vibrant colors in the spectrum of winter veggies that there’s no excuse for boring dinners. The good news for your kids? They don’t have to get saddled with bland or frost-bitten veggies. We […]

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