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1. It’s OK that children notice difference—embrace it.
2. Offer children time & support to resolve their conflicts.
3. Conduct community & family check-ins throughout the year.
Tag Archives: Soup
Our second attempt at Instant Pot French Onion soup went much better than my first attempt. The difference? I cooked the onions longer before putting the pressure on. I also used more red wine while cooking the onions! And yes, … Continue reading
I tried making French Onion soup yesterday. It went “okay”. The recipe I followed called for a teaspoon of finely ground black pepper and I’ll be honest, it was too much. I also do not have oven proof dishes so … Continue reading
The first Saturday in November is National Bison Day. The day is meant to commemorate the economic, cultural, and historical significance of the Bison to North America. I’m not sure if eating Bison is an appropriate way to commemorate the … Continue reading
Another Vitamix soup win. I got home from work, steamed up a half bag of frozen veggies and then poured them and the half cup or so of boiling water into the Vitamix container. I added a half cube of … Continue reading
One of my all time favourite kitchen appliances is my Vita-Mix. The Vita-Mix is so much more than a blender! I believe it has a 2 horsepower motor that drives the blade inside the container at something like 20,000 rpm. … Continue reading
Sometimes when the load we are carrying becomes unusually heavy we need to hit the pause button in life and have a bowl of soup. Vietnamese pho has been my go-to for comfort in a bowl. However, yesterday I found … Continue reading
If there’s one thing that I really enjoy, it is the total premium steakhouse experience. I love the feeling of a steakhouse. I love the food served in a steakhouse and I love the professionalism of the servers, the dark … Continue reading
Today’s high school cafeteria lunch was a bowl of noodles in a sweet and savoury broth. The spiralized carrots and radish added a nice little crunch to the soup while the steamed spinach created a little bed for the beautiful … Continue reading
Friday afternoon I got a chill that for whatever reason, settled deep inside me and I just couldn’t shake it. So my solution? A steaming hot bowl of the house special pho for breakfast from the ladies at Pho Holiday … Continue reading