31Jul
2014
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How to Shop the Farmer’s Market with Your Kids – 5 Tips

Visiting a farmer’s market with your tiny chef is a great way to teach them valuable lessons about food, cooking, and community. Luckily more and more markets are popping up each season, which makes it even easier for families to get fresh, seasonal food...

01Jul
2014
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All-American Summer Recipes for July 4th

We can’t wait for Friday! July 4th is one of our favorite holidays because it always means friends, family, food, fireworks and FUN! We always celebrate Independence Day with a picnic or backyard barbecue, and outdoor dining calls for fresh, simple dishes that are...

20Mar
2014
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Recipe: Italian Ribollita Soup

Recipe: Italian Ribollita Soup

Snow in March calls for some serious comfort food to soothe our spring sorrow. This soup is just what the doctor ordered. It’s filling and filled with veggies and protein. Let the kids help with the bread and stirring the soup! Serve with a...

25Feb
2014
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In the News: Cooking with Store Brands

In the News: Cooking with Store Brands

Our very own Allison Collins was featured in today’s Washington Post Food Section story about store brands. We’re always on the hunt for a bargain, but we make sure check the labels for ingredient and nutrition information. “It comes down to a mix” of...

29Jan
2014
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Recipe: Mini Greek Frittatas

Recipe: Mini Greek Frittatas

Like so many parents, one of our resolutions for the new year is to encourage our kids to eat more vegetables. This can be a daily struggle, so when we find a trick or recipe that works, we’re over the moon! We’ve started using...

27Oct
2013
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Tips for a Healthier Halloween

Tips for a Healthier Halloween

Halloween doesn’t have to mean a sugar extravaganza! You can help keep your kids’ sugar intake in check by following a few of these tips that will help you and your tiny chefs have a happy and healthy Halloween.  – Be sure to prepare...

24Oct
2013
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Happy Food Day!

Happy Food Day!

Happy Food Day from Tiny Chefs!  Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, affordable, and sustainably produced food and a grassroots campaign for better food policies. It builds all year long and culminates on October 24. The goal of Food Day is to help people...

13Oct
2013
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Healthy Fall Recipes

Healthy Fall Recipes

  If you’re looking for delicious ways to use some of Fall’s best ingredients, look no further! This is the season we rely on grounding foods -they’re easy to identify because they’re the foods that spend a lot of time growing  underground! Think root...

30Sep
2013
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Book Review: Pack a Lunch by Trader Joe’s

Book Review: Pack a Lunch by Trader Joe’s

Just in time for the start of the school year, I was introduced to the series of cookbooks that Trader Joe’s produces, called “Cooking with Trader Joe’s.”  I teach a lot of cooking classes and find that I learn something from my students each...

23Jan
2013
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Spring Break Camp at Norwood

Spring Break Camp at Norwood

Spring Break Camp at Norwood Now Open for Registration! Online registration is now open for Spring Break at Norwood! Join us Monday, March 25 through Friday, March 29, 2013 from 9am to 3pm for a week of cooking, food, and fun! We’re offering an...

11Jan
2013
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Summer 2013 Cooking Camp Themes Revealed

Summer 2013 Cooking Camp Themes Revealed

Summer is just around the corner, and we’re gearing up for our summer cooking camps! We’ve got some truly tasty themes this year – check them out below, then learn more about our half-day and full-day summer cooking camps on our cooking camps page....