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One Cool Thing: Make Your Own Bubbles

We found a great bubble recipe, which uses ordinary household items that you likely already have on-hand.

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Eat Here Now: Mendocino Farms in Campbell

Swanky sandwiches full of homemade toppings, wine on tap, foosball for the kids and plenty of parking—find it all at the new Mendocino Farms in The Pruneyard.

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Talking Food & Kids With Food Network Host, Daphne Brogdon

Mom, wife, standup comic and blogger, Daphne Brogdon dishes to us about feeding picky eaters, her new show and more.

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Where to Score Yummy Birthday Party Food (That’s Not Pizza)

Give little palates a break from the norm (lookin’ at you, pizza) with one of these just-as-tasty party food options.

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Garlic Lemon Chicken

A lemon, garlic olive oil and herb marinade takes center stage in this chicken recipe that is perfect when you need a quick weeknight meal.

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New and Cool: Härth Restaurant’s Foodie-in-Training Menu

A new menu at a grown-up fave caters to the tastebuds of the under-10 set.

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Forks Optional: 3 Kid-Friendly Ethiopian Restaurants

Ethiopian food is kid-friendly, mom-approved and full of palate-expanding adventures. Here are three of our favorite D.C.-metro restaurants.

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Sunday Night Family-Style Dinners You’ll Love

Sundays are yum days. Why? They usually include a big, delicious meal shared with people you love. Avoid dish duty and head to Chicago restaurants that offer Sunday family-style dinners. It’s an age-old concept that’s getting new life, even at…

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Where to Find Seattle’s Tastiest Empanadas

With ancient roots winding from the Iberian Peninsula through most of Latin America, these warm and gooey combinations of meat, cheese, veggies and/or fruit in a fried or baked dough pocket have long been favored by laborers, travelers and traders—and…

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4 Asian Burritos That Will Blow Your Mind

Our city’s two largest immigrant populations form a beautiful union in one uniquely San Francisco treat: The Asian burrito. Like the classic Mission staple, most of these foil-wrapped gut bombs use rice and a flour tortilla as a canvas for…

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Asqew Grill: The Bay Area's Answer to Fast Food

Yeayyy! San Francisco Kids Eat Free on Mondays!
Imagine, trying to explain the pun of a restaurant named Asqew Grill that dishes up kebabs on skewers, to a child. Then add a complex definition for the term askew into the…

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Date Night: Best Seattle Dining Deals

Let’s face it, after you pay the babysitter, there’s not a whole lot left over for dinner. That’s why we’re lucky that our friends at Seattle Magazine dished up 18 Seattle restaurants serving up affordable, and delightfully delicious meals. From…

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Blueacre: Kid-friendly Seafood in Seattle

Nothing Fishy About This Place
You have to think that a restaurant where the owners just had twins would welcome kids. Indeed, Blueacre Seafood can accommodate children and large families— in case you’re thinking of weekend brunch for the extended…

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Family-Friendly Korean BBQ in SF

Hot Off the Grill at Hanuri 

As Bay Area gourmands, your family has eaten it all—the Mission Burrito, Chinatown Dim Sum, and North Beach Pizza.  Try something new this weekend and head to Hanuri in the Inner Richmond for some…

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Vios Café: Good Food, Great Playroom

Good Greek
If you happened upon Vios Café & Marketplace on Capitol Hill, you’d think it was just a perfect neighborhood restaurant with delicious Greek food and a considerate attitude toward families: There’s a play area in the back and…

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