Day after day, it stares up at you, challenging you in ways you never thought possible, begging for originality: the lunchbox! This week we bring you ideas to change things up with some healthy options that kids love.
By simply cutting the wrap into bite-sized pieces, you can add a little excitement to something ordinary. Great for kids lunches.
A great way to use leftover cooked rice, sneak some extra veggies into your kid’s diet, and get rid of lingering soy sauce packets.
A really simple recipe that tastes as good as the original from-the-box version without any of the weird stuff.
Snacks and Drinks
Stick a Knudsen’s Organic Apple or Lemonade juicebox in the freezer the night before for school and by lunch time it’s a refreshing drink that has also kept the lunchbox cool. In the UK, I send Innocent smoothies which do the same trick.
Happy Thanksgiving! It’s officially the holiday season, and with that in mind, it’s time to get on top of our shopping lists. And so, we’ve scoured the web and searched the shops to find you the gifts we’d love to give.
Keeping kosher will be easy this year now that I have discovered Claudia Roden’s brilliant book, The Book of Jewish Food. I have to say that irrespective of religion, culture, or background, this is one of the best books I’ve ever cooked out of. The flavors are outstanding and...