No longer will planes, trains, and automobiles have to mean cramped seats, questionable food, and long hours.
It's easy after a hard day of work to pick up fast food for
dinner. Your kids need more than that, and they need you to set
the example. Susan Attiyah provides helpful advice for
establishing some healthy eating habits for your kids.
Book bags and backpacks get quickly tossed aside and the
munchies take over when kids burst through the door after school.
If your child is home alone for an hour or two after school, how
can you make sure their snacks are safe from foodborne bacteria
and they are protected from dangers in the kitchen?
When cooking with children, it's best to teach them the
right way from the start. That's the way to develop safe food
handling, preparation and cooking skills early, according to
Kansas State University nutritionist Kathy Walsten.
It doesn't matter what walk of life you hail from, it seems everyone is busy.
Here are some recipes popular with preschoolers that also
help them learn various skills while they help you in the