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It's October So Let's Eat!

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Celebrate the fall with these food observances in October. Which one are you excited about?

National Chili Month
National Seafood Month
National Cookie Month
National Dessert Month
National Pasta Month
National Pork Month
National Apple Month
National Caramel Month

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The Dubious Qualifications of a Kids' Food Magazine Publisher

I often get asked why I do what I do, and how I’m qualified to do it. I'm the publisher and editor of Ingredient magazine and Butternut magazine. It’s a funny thing, though, since what I think I do and what it looks like I do to others is a bit different--well, actually pretty wildly different. Most people [...]

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Hello, Summer! Lobster Roll Dip

Nothing says summertime like fresh seafood. Lobster rolls are a summertime favorite in New England. Lobster salad is served on a toasted and buttered hot dog roll. Even the McDonald’s in Maine serves lobster rolls! Try making the dip below as an appetizer. Your kids will enjoy measuring and mixing the ingredients.Lobster Roll DipMakes 16 servingsIngredients:8 ounces lobster meat, [...]

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Be Amazed: Make Your Own Pita

Are your kids out of school for the summer and lunchtime is starting to get boring? Getting them involved in cooking pita will make lunch fun again. The best part is pita can be made ahead of time, so it might be easier to prepare the night before. Watching the pita puff as it bakes will amaze and [...]

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​Passover Fun

Passover begins next week, and if you have never attended a Passover Seder, you might not know that it is a ceremonial dinner made long with many rituals and customs, including reading the story of Exodus.For families with small children, reinterpreting the rituals in a fun way helps kids stay interested and engaged with the meal. Before Passover, kids can [...]

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How Well Can You Cook?

Do you know how to cook broccoli? According to a poll conducted by Cook’s Illustrated magazine, 75 percent of the respondents said they didn’t know how to cook broccoli. As convenience foods and dining out lessen the demand for culinary literacy among adults, many children have caregivers who do not cook often, or cook only [...]

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