Mindy Kobrin

Kitchen Tips

KID-FRIENDLY ICE POPS

As a kid in summer there is nothing better than taking a break from playing outside and cooling down with a sticky sweet ice pop.  As I write, the memories of red and blue stained lips become so vivid…and happy.  There are many names for this delicious frozen treat: ice…

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4 WAYS TO DYE EASTER EGGS WITH NATURAL INGREDIENTS

Guest Post by Tina Seitzinger, Life Without Pink My kids love to dye Easter eggs and we’ve found that household ingredients are a great way to go all-natural. It’s fun to see what type of colors we can come up with by simply using fruits, vegetables, and spices that are already…

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SPRING BLOOM: GUIDE TO SEASONAL PRODUCE

SPRING…we’ve been dreaming about you. Today’s the day, the first day of colorful, bountiful Spring. This season combines sensations as vibrant as purple lilacs, crisp green string beans and ruby red rhubarb-strawberry pie. Add these fruits and vegetables to your market list this season: Artichokes Asparagus Avocados Blueberries Carrots Cucumbers Fava…

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USE IT OR LOSE IT: SOLUTIONS FOR LEFTOVER KITCHEN INGREDIENTS – CUCUMBERS

It’s probably happened to you a million times. You’re making a lovely salad for lunch or dinner and you only really need half of that crunchy, refreshing cucumber. You put the rest in the fridge but forget about it until you find a soggy mess in your produce drawer. I…

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