Tips for Maintaining the Safety of Your Kitchen
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Tips for Maintaining the Safety of Your Kitchen

Your kitchen can be a dangerous place for your kids as well as yourself. Think about it: your kitchen is essentially a big room full of sharp objects, burners, and caustic cleaning solutions.  Luckily, here are a few simple tips to keep help make your kitchen a safe place, especially when you have little ones: Balance…

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How to Froth Milk Without Any Special Equipment

I pretty much consider coffee to be one of life's greatest simple pleasures, and over the past year, that's evolved from a love of coffee in general to a love of lattes in particular.  This article will show you how to froth milk without any special equipment. My husband surprised me with an inexpensive latte…

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Kitchen Gadgets that Help Make Meal Prep a Breeze
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Kitchen Gadgets that Help Make Meal Prep a Breeze

We know that a mother's responsibilities are countless and exhausting; it's a never-ending loop of cleaning, washing, kid’s time, and cooking. What about a working mom's responsibilities? They must be very hectic and overwhelming, especially single moms. However, thanks to technology, nowadays, one of the tasks will be very easy and quick for you as…

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Making the Perfect Cappuccino at Home

  I'm not really a coffee snob.  I really, really love coffee, and I have strong opinions about what I do or don't like, but I don't know all of the terms or processes for making good coffee, and I'm not sure any of my opinions are the "right" ones.  Despite my lack of expertise, when Braun…

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6 lessons I’ve learned about kids in the kitchen

We're traveling this week and next, so I'm sharing some of my favorite posts from the archives. Since I talked a little bit about our new "assigned meal prep days" in Monday's post, this seemed like an appropriate follow-up! Our girls are constantly asking to help in the kitchen, and—if I'm honest—I still cringe a little…

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SodaStream Source Starter Kit

This week I'm sharing four Mother's Day gift ideas and giveaways. Here's the second: This giveaway is now closed! The winner is Angel ([email protected])! Sodastream soda makers aren't new, but this new sleek designs is! SodaStream partnered with designer Yves Behar to re-examine every element of the SodaStream soda maker, including the user interface, the…

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Inspiration & Tips for Your Thanksgiving Meal

Between the 101 Days of Christmas series and Jackson's arrival, I haven't posted much about Thanksgiving this year, but there are quite a few posts in the archives to help you organize and simplify your celebration and to inspire your menu: Reminder: Download the 2013 Thanksgiving Planner to organize your menu, shopping list, traditions and…

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Save Time & Money with the Kitchen Essentials eBook Bundle {BundleoftheWeek.com}

From meal planning and freezer cooking to organizing your kitchen and preparing your own mixes ahead of time, this week's bundle will help you save time and money in the kitchen. Discover new recipes, time- and money-saving strategies, and more so that you can enjoy preparing dinner for your family rather than dreading the dinner…

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Does Your Child Have a Hidden Dairy Intolerance?

Since conception, I've prayed that my kids wouldn't have the same struggles with food that I do. Not that life, and food for that matter, can't be fully enjoyable on a restricted diet. But, it's something I would have preferred pass over them. Because I have a problem with wheat, we elected to keep our…

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Make Going Gluten-Free Simple

The following post is from Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free: My neighbor recently shared that she was thinking about going gluten-free because of her son's eczema. While in the process of researching her options, she got overwhelmed and decided it wasn't for her. She said the food is more expensive, she doesn't do well…

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