Sean and I are usually out most mornings. We drop off Ewan at preschool and then head to the gym. If we are lucky we have time to run an errand before it is time to pick up Ewan. Then there are days when there is just too much to do at home we don’t go out in the morning. Yesterday was one of those days…and Sean got to enjoy this smoothie for his morning snack! Continue reading
Lately I have been craving some good old German dessert. Back in the day, not that I will age myself with specific dates or numbers, I spent my senior year of high school in Germany. After an unpleasant experience with my first host family I had a wonderful time with my second family. My host mother, Mama, was the baker, my host father, Papa, was the cook. It was a division of labor that worked quite well.
This winter seems to be dragging on forever. Even here in the South we have had snow and ice TWICE! I can only imagine how much everyone else wants spring, I know I can’t wait much longer. Continue reading
The boys are enjoying watching all our seedlings grow! They know these will turn into plants that will grow in our garden. If you want your children to eat well I highly recommend you plant some vegetables and let the kids watch things grow. Let them help you in the kitchen. I know, they get in the way and slow things down, but they really do pay attention. My kids will eat just about any vegetable raw while I am chopping getting ready to fix dinner. Sean’s favorite is usually raw onion! Good thing he also eats the mint leaves off my plant, well good for his breath, not good for my plant!
This is one of those happy accidents. You see, I went to my pantry to get out some banana chips to make this granola, but to my shock I didn’t have any. I am not sure how that happened, I could have sworn I had some. I was just at Trader Joe’s, I would have gotten some if I knew I was out.