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Parenting Is Living Between Worry & Wonder

Worry and wonder are so intertwined in parenting that neither can exist without the other.

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Parents, We Need to Talk about Juice

Three experts make the case for parents to skip juice altogether.

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Slow Cooker Orange Chicken

Your whole crew will love this delicious dish from The Flavours of Kitchen.

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How to Make Your Own Creamsicle

Make your own Creamsicle with this easy recipe that doesn’t even require popsicle molds (Dixie cups will work just fine).

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New & Cool: Juicing for Pregnant & New Moms

Sip, sip, hurray! Organic prenatal juices have just hit the market. Get the inside scoop here.

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Orange Maple Cranberry Sauce

Maple syrup sweetens tart cranberries as orange juice, cinnamon and cloves deepen the flavors of this bright holiday sauce. Kids will delight in watching the cranberries pop while they stir the sauce in this modern take on a Thanksgiving classic.…

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A Sculpture Garden Fit for Pint-Sized Artists

The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla will make you forget what you might assume about kids in art museums (knocked over art work, loud voices, and disruption). Shuttle on over to this hidden gem where you’ll…

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Orange Chicken

When we say orange chicken, there’s one place that always comes to mind (it rhymes with Randa Rexress). Maybe you’ve heard of it? Our kids certainly have. With this recipe from Brown Thumb Mama, you can bring the magic of…

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Croissant French Toast

Easter brunch might be the most important meal of the day for your fam, what with all the egg hunts, candy consuming, and photo ops with the Easter bunny. This recipe is a big step up from your traditional French…

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Easy Hoisin Glazed Salmon

Hoisin sauce is a staple of Chinese cooking, prepared with soybeans, garlic, chile peppers, and spices. It adds a flavorful, authentic Asian touch to numerous dishes and pairs especially well with salmon and can be bought in most grocery stores…

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Marmalade Chicken

This is the recipe for parents who have a hard time getting the kiddos to eat their meat. Marmalade Chicken is super easy to prepare and the sauce is slightly sweet, which will delight kid and grown-up taste buds alike.The…

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5 Game Day Cocktail Recipes

Whether you choose to watch your weekly football game in the comfort of your living room, or from the back of your car in the stadium parking lot, our friends at Seattle Magazine have rounded up 5 awesome drink recipes…

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A Savory San Diego Breakfast Your Kids Will Love

If there’s one thing San Diego residents love it’s their breakfast spots. Luckily, San Diego has tons of delicious and filling restaurants to satisfy your early morning munchies. In keeping with its name, The Cottage is bright and welcoming, boasting…

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Orange Picante Chicken

Spice up that midweek chicken with this homespun orange chicken recipe from Mr. Herb at Herbs on Herbs. If your little eaters aren’t fans of hot foods, opt for a more mild salsa to lessen the spiciness. This recipe only…

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Pomegranate Granita Italian Ice

Pomegranate ice is nice! The rain has lifted (at least temporarily) and the glorious sunshine this week has got us thinking about cool, refreshing desserts. Granita (or Italian ice) fits the bill perfectly.
It’s incredibly light and refreshing and doesn’t…

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A Traditional Brunch With a Fresh Twist

Feeling in a brunch rut? Us too. Although a stack of thick fluffy pancakes or a plate of greasy breakfast food certainly hits the spot on occasion, there are weekend mornings when you want to eat and then not feel…

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Apple, Onion and Apricot Turkey & Easy Gravy

Suzie, Red Tricycle’s Portland Editor shares her favorite Thanksgiving recipe.
Apple, Onion and Apricot Turkey
12 pound turkey (Butterball works best)
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 TBSP paprika
1 TBSP garlic powder
1 TBSP black pepper
1 TBSP salt
1…

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Café M

1799 4th Street
(corner of 5th and Delaware)
Berkeley, CA 94710

If Bette’s is looking crowded but you have your heart set on brunch, Café M offers a great counterpoint to the classic diner around the corner. They use primarily…

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Brunch at Seattle’s Boom Noodle

Sometimes, the breakfast menu at family restaurants can seem just a bit too repetitious. After all, how many variations of French toast and pancakes can you possibly stomach? It’s fun to change it up once in a while. At Boom…

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James Lick Middle School Pancake Breakfast

James Lick Middle School is having an old fashioned pancake breakfast and the whole community is invited! Tell your friends and family!
What: Pancakes, sausages, orange juice and coffee
When: Saturday 9/25 from 9 – 11
Where: James Lick –…

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Quick and Easy Popsicle Maker

Cool Off with Healthy Homemade Popsicles This Summer

Zoku Quick Pop Maker from Williams Sonoma

Everyone thinks of making their own popsicles once San Francisco summer comes around, but who has the patience to wait for them to freeze?  Definitely…

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