Tag "kids"

Lunch

Why I Love This Video & Know You Will, Too

This makes me happy for three reasons: It stars Esme and Scarlett, Ceri and Laura’s enchanting daughters. Not only do I think it’s pretty cool that Ceri and Laura get to work with

Fall

Meal Plan April 25, 2016

  What’s up this week? We’re back in the studio again for a few days, working on book number two. We got off to an amazing start last week! It’s

Interviews

Quick Bite with Christiane Lemieux

Three things I have in common with Christiane Lemieux (and maybe you do, too): We would choose cheese and bread over sweets and dessert any day. We love French food.

Snacks & Desserts

7 Best Snow Day Baking Projects

Did you wake up to a foot of the white stuff and some very happy kids today? I sure did. And as much as I’m looking forward to sledding, that

Poultry

Tuscan Chicken Skillet

Someone asked me the other day if Laura and I intend for every dinner on SPC from now on to be made in a skillet. And I got a bit

potatoes

5 Delicious Ways to Use Sweet Potatoes

It will come as no surprise that Laura and I are fans of sweet potatoes. Our namesake veggie is a nutritional power house, with one cup containing more vitamin A

Lunch Ninjas

Lunch Ninja Oatmeal Cups and Chicken Rice Soup Team Up

As our kids get bigger, their schedules get as nutty as ours. Team sports, classes, lessons. And it can mean some very long days that don’t always include a pit

Lunch Ninjas

Pepperonata Lunch Ninja Video

We’re always talking about getting kids involved in the kitchen, right? Well, this week Esme’s making lunch! Check her out in our latest Lunch Ninja. She’s making a really great

Lunch Ninjas

Avocado Egg Salad Video

The Lunch Ninja has you covered this week with an easy, yummy sandwich you’ll want to put in regular rotation! Meet the Avocado Egg Salad Sammie. He’s dying to get

Breakfast

7 Fast, School-Day Breakfasts

Let’s be honest, school day mornings can be ugly. And after a couple of months of slow starts I know I’m a little nervous about getting back into “We can’t