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Playing with Food: Your Children Can Learn in the Kitchen

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child recognizes the right of children to play. While this is a recreational activity that children enjoy, it is also how they learn at every stage in life, from the moment a baby fiddles with her own fingers and toes to the time a toddler tries […]

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mixed veggies as baby food

Resurrect Cold Fried Chicken: How to Reheat Your Fried Chicken

Fried chicken is one of the best comfort foods in the world, especially when it’s juicy, flavorful and very crispy. Fresh out of the fryer or the oven, falling apart at the bone and made special by a layer of crunchy goodness: it’s happiness in a pan.  Fried chicken is best enjoyed fresh but there’s

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Sliced Fried Chicken

Everything About English Muffins: Are They Good for You?

English muffins are traditional breakfast staples. A popular alternative to regular bread, English muffins can be served with savory or sweet toppings (or both, if you’re feeling more adventurous with your meals!). This simple breakfast bread is commonly toasted and buttered and often served with other breakfast essentials like eggs, meat, fresh fruits, mashed avocado,

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Brown muffin

Dissecting the Rambutan Fruit: So It’s Not Lychee?

It’s a spiky red fruit abundant in tropical Asian countries and is famous for its delicious taste — and it’s not lychee.  Nope, we’re talking about the rambutan fruit, the lesser-known cousin of lychee. Rambutan and lychees are often confused as the same fruit. They’re red and spiky, as well as tropical fruits associated with

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Close-up Photo of Red Rambutan Fruits

Sushi for Beginners: The Best Way to Fall In Love with Sushi

Sushi is a delicious dish — and you may not know that yet simply because you haven’t tried it yet. There are many reasons behind your sushi virginity: you’re not a big fan of eating raw fish and rice, you’re a picky eater or you just haven’t had the chance to do so. Fortunately, it’s

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Close-up Photo of Sushi Served on Table

Homemade Seafood Stock: Recipes to Try During Your Free Time

Elevate any stew or soup recipe with a rich serving of homemade seafood stock. A delicious combination of seafood, white wine and fresh herbs, this stock is more flavorful than store-bought stock. The best part is you can easily make it at home. What to Use Seafood Stock For If you’ve never made seafood stock

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Seafood soup in White Ceramic Bowl
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