Taking Charge: Empowering Families to Manage Food Allergies with Confidence and Promote Awareness Will Take Place on April 29, 2018 at Saxe Middle School in New Canaan New Canaan, CT (April 2, 2018) – Food Allergy Connecticut announced its spring workshop, Taking Charge: Empowering Families to Manage Food Allergies with Confidence and Promote Awareness, will take place on Sunday, April 29th from 1 – 3pm at Saxe Middle School located...
Spring’s finally here—or at least we hope so! In fashion, we have a good idea of what to expect this season: lavender hues, asymmetrical neck lines, checks, and fringe. But what trends can you expect to find in the grocery store? This spring’s food trends center around one theme: products that awaken the senses. Here are 5 spring trends we’ve scouted from local grocery stores, guaranteed to provide a sensorial experience.
If you’re a bit tired of zucchini noodles, but like zucchini, and are looking for something healthy (and a little hearty), try out these Chicken Zucchini Boats from local nutritionist and fitness expert, Robin Barrie! YUM!
Local mom and chef, Rebecca Oren, strikes again! Just when we are all completely tired of our go-to weeknight staples, and searching for new dinner ideas (especially on these never-ending winter days!), Rebecca has shared 3 delicious (and relatively simple!) recipes with us!
If you’re in need of a NEW way to do chiocken that is easy, healthy, and you (and your kids!) may enjoy, try out this delicious balsamic chicken recipe! Huge thanks to local mom, Amanda Jakubowicz (@jj_eats_) for her contributions once again!
Looking for a quick after school snack to show your little Valentines you love them? This five ingredient treat is so good and tastes like a chocolate covered cherry!