Articles Tagged “kids”
Every week we take a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn. Read on, suppress your jealousy, and get a little brown bag inspiration.Read More »
Every week we take a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn. Read on, suppress your jealousy, and get a little brown bag inspiration.
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Nicholas gives us not one, but six, dinner ideas out of an egg. Starting with shakshuka.Read More »
The twins' lunches today echo a sentiment after our hearts: why should cookie consumption end with the holidays? Christmas has come and gone, but cookies remain a lunch go-to -- just the way it should be. Here's Amanda with the details:
"Antipasti time! Porchetta, Serrano ham, olives, a few beans for fun, Italian crackers, and two kinds of cookies."
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It's true -- when do they not? But today's lunch is a particularly strong representative of our recipe archives. A staff-favorite soup, followed by a small-batch sweet. Okay, so maybe the butter wasn't homemade, but if you wanted to, we have a recipe for that, too.Read More »
Nicholas brings us a memorable Italian fruitcake variant.Read More »
Five smart tips for keeping picky kids and their loved ones from stressing at the holiday table.Read More »
Today's glimpse into the twins' lunch is making us jealous, yet again. Here's Amanda:
Sandwiches made from the best sandwich bread ever created, Balthazar brioche bread, homemade aioli (made the night before for some roasted fish and potatoes), sweet lettuce leaves, and smoked ham. And by the way, yes, my kids complain about their lunches just like every other kid in the world does.
But when a lunch like this is topped off with a chocolate cookie (also from Balthazar), who could find room to complain?Read More »
Amanda fixes a perfectly balanced lunch this week -- one that we might actually be eyeing as a midweek dinner. Twins, if you'd like Frittata Round Two, consider yourselves invited. We'll let Amanda describe the details:
"Leftover frittata threaded with turnip greens, tiny diced potatoes, and onion. Greek yogurt with apple raspberry sauce and concord grape coulis."Read More »
A humble stew for the holiday season that will be loved by your children and, especially, by you.Read More »