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Cooking With Olive Oil

Olive oil: It’s one of the oldest and most widely used foods in the world, except most people’s knowledge of this flavorful oil probably only scratches the surface of its potential uses. Enter Cooking Techniques and Recipes With Olive Oil, the new gold-medal-winning cookbook by the “Two Extra Virgins,” Laura Bashar of Family Spice and […]

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The Un-Salad

Some kids like salad. But many, many kids see something that’s green and leafy and they freak out. That’s too bad, because in most cases salads are good for you AND taste great. Plus, the definition of salad is now so broad that it doesn’t necessarily have to mean a big plate of greens. Case […]

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Food News For Moms: May 6

Most moms we know start out with the goal of wanting to serve their kids the best food possible. But often those best intentions get chipped away by so many outside influences: too many demands on their time, the convenience of packaged and processed foods, and the constant seduction of marketing to kids. This week we’re […]

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Welcome to the New Jolly Tomato

Update: And the winner is… Shannon of Bento Lunch. Congrats, Shannon – and thanks to everyone for your nice comments! To those of you who are new to Jolly Tomato – welcome! And to those of you who have been here for a while – what do you think of our new look? We are […]

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Calling all kids with recipes!

Got kids? Got recipes? If so, we know some people who want to hear from you. Twin chefs Georgia and Michael (age 9) of KidsCookUSA are trying to collect 1000 recipes from 1000 kids to give to Mrs. Obama for her “Let’s Move” campaign against childhood obesity. The idea is to show kids that they […]

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