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Entries Tagged as 'foodietot faves'

Plum Organics Mighty Tots Giveaway #sponsored

July 25th, 2014 · 11 Comments

This post is sponsored by Plum Organics. Hello, readers! Hope you’ve been having a fun and delicious summer. We’ve been on the road quite a bit, which has given us a good reason to try out some of the newest kids snacks from Plum Organics. We’re long-time fans of Plum’s all-natural products for little eaters, […]

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Tags: baby food · foodietot faves · foodietots reviews · healthy snacks

In the Kitchen at Cava Grill

June 5th, 2014 · 3 Comments

We recently went into the kitchen at one of our favorite local eateries to learn how to make falafel. The foodie tot and I frequently lunch at Cava Grill on her days off from preschool. When I was explaining to her recently that both hummus and falafel start out from the same ingredient, chick peas, […]

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FoodieTots Finds: Holiday Cards from Minted

November 9th, 2013 · 2 Comments

It might seem odd for a blogger to say, but I love paper. Print magazines, real books, and stylish stationery are things I just can’t imagine giving up. And so I am a firm believer in sending holiday cards, though admittedly not always organized enough to do them early. With Hanukkah coming a full month […]

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Favorite Things: Frozen Treats from the Streets of DC

August 23rd, 2013 · 2 Comments

Our favorite things week moves right along with 3 of our favorite locally-made frozen treats of summer. Our love of dairy extends beyond cheese every once in a while, and we spend a fair bit of our summers searching out the best and brightest ice creams and other frozen goodies. Like these… 1. Roasted Strawberry […]

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Southern Candied Sweet Potatoes {and Macy’s Giveaway}

November 18th, 2011 · 19 Comments

One of my favorite things about the holidays is learning the stories behind treasured family recipes. I’m a traditionalist when it comes to holiday meals, and yet I can’t resist the occasional tinkering or experimentation. While our Thanksgiving menu generally resembles the meals I had growing up, I’ve taken a few liberties with some dishes. […]

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Tags: family · foodietot faves · holiday · recipes