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Welcome Winter! Edible Rhody KIDS is created in collaboration with Edible Rhody magazine. Grab this seasonâ€™s copy of Edible Rhody, available at various locations around Rhode Island. This seasons’ topic, “Baking Traditions”, invites kids to honor and/or create their own family food experiences. I also share one of my favorite holiday recipes handed down from my Iraqi grandmothers – Baklava.
What do you think of when you see the word â€œbakingâ€? Do certain baked goods remind you of a particular family member, time of year, a place, or a good smell?
Passing recipes from one generation to the next by baking foods together is a way to honor and celebrate your family, carrying forward traditions from the past. Don’t forget, new traditions and fun memories can be made anytime.
Edible Rhody will be hosting its first ever Edible Rhody KIDS event at the Hope Street Farmers’ Market at Lippitt Park, Providence, in collaboration with Kidoinfo and Skill It on Saturday, October 13th. We’re thrilled to partner with these two awesome local food organizations. The event will include: samples of great tasting kid-friendly, farm-friendly lunchbox […]
I am thrilled to be partnering with Edible Rhody to create Edible Rhody Kids starting with Edible Rhody’s spring 2012 issue. Each season, we will feature an article, photos and a recipe geared to kids and families, with an emphasis on fun, food related, hands-on activities for children.
There is an obvious synergy between the Edible Rhody and Kidoinfo. Edible Rhody is the voice of local food, agriculture and dining, with a dedicated audience of families with childrenâ€”and my mission for Kidoinfo has been to become the trusted hub for everything about kids in Rhode Island.