With a meal the size of Thanksgiving you can almost bet there will be some leftovers. As tasty as these snacks and second meals can be, you should take caution to ensure the food is stored correctly. Traditionally hospitals say they see a spike in food poisoning cases around Thanksgiving and the week following. The way in which a Thanksgiving meal is prepared makes it more prone to harboring bacteria than the typical meal. However, there is good news! With these tips you can ensure your ... Continue Reading
Ensure your Thanksgiving meal and leftovers are fully enjoyable without a trip to the urgent care.
Have leftover baby cereal? Here are some ways to incorporate it into baby and family recipes.
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Nutritional programs) can be an awesome resource for parents on limited incomes. However, you get a lot of baby cereal. After a lot of research I opted to skip the traditional white rice baby cereal phase of feedings and go straight for single ingredient baby foods and whole wheat cereal. So with lots of parents skipping the cereal phase, many families on the WIC program have found themselves with a surplus of baby cereal. Here is a little background on the ... Continue Reading