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Break from Boring: Pack More Punch into your Kids’ Breakfast & Lunch

The end of the school year likely means lunch packing and breakfast prep for your kids has gotten a bit monotonous. Cleveland reporter, food blogger and video podcaster Jen Picciano shares some simple recipes and fun ideas to revamp your kids' meals for the remaining days of school and into summer break. ...
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Grow Family Traditions and Memories Through Gardening

If you don’t yet have a garden, you may want to consider it. The health benefits include increased physical and outdoor activity, reduced stress, healthier eating, and more. Children also enjoy participating in family gardening, getting their hands dirty and feeling proud of the end result. Here are some fun ways to plan an outdoor garden with your kids. ...
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Not Beating Myself Up Over My Picky Eater

I have a confession to make. This week for dinner, I’ve fed my kid “chik’n” nuggets, grilled cheese and quesadillas … and I’m okay with it. read more

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Northeast Ohio Farmers Markets

By this weekend, the majority of farmers markets in the greater Cleveland/Akron area are in full swing. It's the best time of year to stock your fridge and pantry with fresh, seasonal produce, meats, baked goods and more from local producers. Find a market near you with this comprehensive guide. ...
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Yelp Cleveland’s Guide to National Bubble Tea Day

Get bubbly this April 30th! With National Bubble Tea Day fast approaching, our friends at Yelp Cleveland are here to clue you in on the top spots serving this delicious, poppin’ drink. Whether you’re looking for a classic milk tea or a mermaid-inspired tea, we have a list to get your little ones excited. ...
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Breakfast-Skipping Linked to Type 2 Diabetes

Growing up, your mother probably insisted that breakfast was the “most important meal of the day.” read more

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How to Reduce Hidden Sugars in Your Family’s Diet

According to the American Heart Association, an average American eats 22 teaspoons of added sugar per day. The recommendation is only six teaspoons a day for women and children, and nine teaspoons for men. Sugar is found in a lot of foods and, with more than 60 names, is not always easy to spot. ...
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Deviled Eggs Recipes With a Twist

Deviled eggs, also known as stuffed eggs, first appeared in American cookbooks in the mid-19th century, but the origin can be traced back to ancient Rome, where eggs were boiled

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Grocery Pick-Up: Explained

What a time to be alive! For centuries, humans have hunted for their food: whether that was with a crossbow in the wild, or by simply perusing the aisles of

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Perfect Easter or Passover Recipe: Pomegranate Braised Lamb Shanks

Our family, like most, has tried-and-true holiday traditions that we follow and cherish each year. But I also try to come up with something new for many holidays that I

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