Table at Home wants to make it easy to get a private chef to come cook in your home. Be it for a special dinner party or mid week family meal. They have just launched in the greater Greenwich area and surrounding towns.
Dana White – nutrition expert, author, and regular WestportMoms contributor – shares her latest holiday spice blend that anyone can make! Make it for yourself – or as a gift; this is an easy one not to be missed!
If you are like me, as you read this, your kitchen has at least two big bowls of apples sitting on the counter. It’s that time of year where we head out to the apple orchard, for apples, pumpkin picking and the Facebook photo op. It’s a great time and everyone goes...
October is all about Pumpkins! Check out some of these delicious pumpkin recipes from Westport mom (and WestportMoms’ regular contributor!) Amanda Jakubowicz! YUMMMMM! We’re hungry now!
‘Tis the Season for SNACKS! Local mom and chef, Rebecca Oren, strikes again…this time with 4 innovative – and FUN – snack ideas to keep all of us sane as we rack our brains to come up with new ideas to keep our kids eating at school! ENJOY!
August is all about lazy days and the fruits of the season. Farm Stands make our mouths water with just the idea of that tomato that just doesn’t taste the same the other months of the year! So before August comes to an end, here is a delish way to enjoy tomatoes… and a drink special before the cold is back from local entertainer, Roe Chala
“I want a snack” is all we hear all summer, so we turned to Amanda Jabucowicz for some delicious, healthy snacks that are going to make both the kids (and us moms!) happy!
With summer in full effect, ice cream and “special treats” are all the rage! We turned to local mom and food blogger, Amanda Jabukowicz for some healthy dessert recipes in case- like us- you’re looking to mix it up a bit!
Summer is here, which means school is out and camp is in. If you’re sending little ones off to day camp, it’s time to think about what the heck they’re going to eat. Since camp meals can be more stressful than packing school lunches, we turned to registered dietician and athletic trainer, Dana White, for some tasty, healthy and easy ideas to make meal prep feel like you’re on vacation.
Everybody loves a backyard BBQ – cold drinks, grilled meat and most importantly, some yummy side dishes. Here is a fan favorite (that does require some chopping!)- Veggie Soba Noodle Salad!
If you moved to the suburbs, and never got that grill thing down, summer is here, so time to get on it! With Memorial Day weekend ahead, check out these 5 don’t miss grilling tips from Westport’s, A&S Fine Foods, who not only have some of the best sandwiches and meatballs in town, but are BBQ experts!
If – like us – “What’s for dinner?” is the dreaded question you get asked everyday when your kids are hungry, you are tired, and you have no clue what you are going to put on the table, check out these tips from Westport mom and food blogger, Amanda Jakubowicz!
Dinner time should be a time where you share a meal with your family and hear about each other’s day. For many, dinner time has turned into a battle to get your child to eat a couple bites of vegetables. Nouveau Nutrition has put together 5 helpful tips that will help turn your dinner time from a power struggle to a time of enjoyment.
When it comes to grocery shopping convenience, both for its location and family-friendly food selection, it’s hard to beat Trader Joe’s on the Post Road. See local mom and chef, Rebecca Oren’s, go-to favorites for breakfast and dinner, whole grain pancakes and weeknight lasagna, made exclusively with TJ ingredients!
Not sure what to feed everyone at the end of a long snow day? Rebecca Oren – local mom and chef strikes again! Try a frittata—a delicious and simple way to use up WHATEVER is in your fridge or pantry.
If you’re looking for a fun, kid-friendly recipe for St. Patty’s day, check out local chef, Anna Gass’ Irish Soda Bread recipe; this one shouldn’t be missed!
If you’re anything like us, EASY is all you want when it comes to dinner time, especially when meal planning for the kids. Especially in the winter, the slow cooker is often the way to go! Check out some of these favorites from local chef, Dana White.
Don’t miss this Molten Chocolate Cake, recipe courtesy of local mom and chef, Rebecca Oren, who promises this one is fool-proof!
In advance of the Super Bowl, local foodie Anna Gass shares some of her favorite twists on traditional recipes for the occasion! In her spare time, Anna is a chef, recipe tester & blogger whose motto is: “Life’s too short to exercise portion control.”
If you’re anything like us, you’ve vowed to make healthier meals for your kids- and there never seems to be enough time. We hope to have local foodies add new easy, healthy recipes every few weeks, so stay tuned!