Today we meet Persephone Brown. Perspehone is health coach and year-round resident of Block Island. She has a 3 year-old son and is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Columbia Teachers College of NYC.
Category: food + recipes
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank will host the state’s first public screening of the nationally acclaimed documentary on hunger, “A Place at the Table,” on Thursday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Columbus Theater, 270 Broadway in Providence.
To enter a raffle for a box of Katrin’s Father’s Day Cookies, leave a comment about the sweetest dad you know in the comments below. Deadline for entries: May 31st. What inspired you to start Eye Cookies? Katrin: I was always baking and loved to bring baked goods to friends. Then friends began asking me [...]
Dr. Seuss’ whimsical rhymes and clever stories hold the same magic for my children as they did for me when I was a kid.
March 2nd also marks the day (in 2007) when I first shared Kidoinfo online with a circle of friends. Thanks for being part of the Kido family!
February seems to me a perfect month to spend with a set of mixing bowls, baking pans, and a nice hot oven. Between the sweetness of Valentine’s Day treats and big, blizzard snowstorms, it is truly the heart of winter in New England. And nothing feels cozier than turning up the oven to warm the kitchen and filling the house with the smell of baking bread.
I became something of a Banana Bread aficionado a few winters ago when I began systematically trying every delicious-looking recipe I found in cookbooks and my favorite food blogs. I have tried adding pecans, crystallized ginger, chocolate chips, walnuts, and sometimes the recipes have even called for lemon juice!