Strategies

Quick Bites

Quick Bites: It’s kinda like a cheat sheet that all parents need/want (especially me!)

Once my kids were old enough to eat solid foods, I was excited on so many levels but also felt completely lost: Whether it was the month-by-month “rules and regulations”

Soups

Picky Eaters? Learn from Karine’s mistakes

When we had our first child, my husband and I couldn’t wait for her to be old enough to start eating solid food so we could mould her into an adventurous

Strategies

Quick Bite with Taylor Kaye

Every once in a while we are lucky enough to meet someone who reminds us that kismet actually exists. From the day I was introduced to radio and TV personality Taylor Kaye,

Dinner

Karine Talks Meal Planning (Again) And Her Kids Pick Their Dinner Faves

Yesterday, I posted about my undying love for Ceri and Laura and how their meal planning strategies have changed my life forever. (If you missed it, I forgive you, however

Summer

Karine Talks Meal Planning

I kid you not: I am writing/posting this with less than an hour (edit update: now less than 15 minutes) to get food on the table for three of my

Interviews

Ricardo’s 5 Sanity Saving Tips for Feeding Kids

Earlier this summer I got the chance to visit the offices, test kitchen and home base of the Ricardo team in Montreal. Of course you know Ricardo Larivée, host of

Strategies

The New and Improved Sweet Potato Chronicles

After six months, lots of coffee, sleepless nights, a million edits and one too many late night snacks, we are so proud to introduce to you our new and improved

Strategies

Netflix & SPC: Easy Puss in Boots Puppet Craft

Do you make resolutions? I know it seems cooler these days to say you don’t make them, but I confess I love them. And I don’t need January to make

Articles

The SPC Breakfast Planner

From the moment I finish my breakfast, I start thinking about my next morning meal. Ok, you got me, I start worrying about dinner but, once I’ve got that under

Strategies

The Lunch Lifesaver (Paediatrician’s advice, school week menu and grocery list!)

Scarlett has a friend in her class who comes to school with seaweed for a snack and packs her own salad for lunch. On the other end of the spectrum,