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Baking Bread with Kids

The kids and I have done a good bit of cooking and baking together through the years. I’m not sure many recipes have grabbed their attention like our latest bread making activity. We prepared a basic homemade bread, nothing extraordinary. But they wanted to be involved, asked questions, and anxiously awaited the chance to sample […]

Continue Reading By on February 4, 2014 in baking, chidren, food, home

Family Coping with Celiac Finds Ways to Go Gluten Free

Friends get excited when Melissa “Mimi” Rogers bakes for them.  They often put in special request for birthday cakes. But by tasting, you’d never know that Rogers bakes exclusively gluten free foods.  She learned the kitchen arts from her grandmother.  “My grandma was a cook all her life. She started cooking at a restaurant when […]

Continue Reading By on September 24, 2013 in baking, eating well, gluten free, Uncategorized

Baking Stonyfield Organic’s Pumpkin-Ginger Muffins

Stirring the batter has been a kitchen tradition in our family, with the most esteemed mixing task going to the youngest kitchen helper.  The same indestructible stainless steel bowl that I used with my mom is now in the hands of my capable kids. My youngest helper mixed the dry ingredients for the Pumpkin-Ginger Muffins […]

Continue Reading By on October 10, 2012 in food