Meet Joyce Wan next Friday. She believes that everything should be cute, round, and chubby…just like the adorable whales in her new children’s book.
Whether you're in need of a boredom buster or a desire to conquer your mid-day coma attacks, I've got an easy, quick fix or you.
Sensory overload? I think not. Loaded with fresh ingredients and that crunch you want with a slaw. If that’s not enough your tastebuds are rewarded with just the right amount of sweet and tangy pop to follow!
recipe creds: bonappetit.com
Avoid the greasy mess of deep-fried French fries… oven-baked are the healthier choice and kids hardly notice the difference. A little enhancement via coriander and thyme appeal to both adults and kids alike. Adds just the right amount of flavor for the perfect potato make-over.
The recipe calls for cooking the burgers on a griddle or frying pan, but I also recommend grilling. The griddle/pan method keeps the burgers juicy, although warmer weather stirs the grill master in us all. These burgers are simply to-die-for… no joke.
The connectedness between mother and child is wonderfully intense, but it can get in the way of rational thinking and common sense. It works both ways. It can make us feel unreasonably accountable for our children's mistakes. And, it sometimes puts on us blinders, so we can't see our own child's faults and shortcomings.