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March 3, 2004

Dear Reader,

Felix the dog is having cat trouble. For a few days we kept the cats isolated. Then we slowly introduced them, with Felix on a leash. The cats could certainly teach Felix a few lessons in kitty cat etiquette (they have claws!) but so far, Felix hasn’t gotten the message. So our peaceful household is being interrupted with the occasional outbreak of hissing (the cats), chasing (dog after cat) and screaming (us.)

How is the new dog working out? Ask me next week. Or maybe next month.

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Kid Friendly Recipes


*Kid Friendly Recipes Printable (free with a 10 day trial membership)

Popcorn Coloring Book

(Teach your kids how to make games just
like this with my step-by-step manual. )

To paraphrase Charles Dickens, “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” The kids and I were in the kitchen cooking up a storm, making a mess, having fun, and getting in each other’s way. To make your own kind of kitchen fun, here are five sites with new ideas about cooking with and for kids.

All Recipes: Kids



With 1250 recipes, the kid section of All Recipes is huge. The layout is busy, but packed with features such as nutrition details, recipe scaling, recipe emailing, and printing in a variety of formats including 3″x5″ and 4″x6″ cards. If you sign up for a free membership, you’ll be able to store your favorites in a personal recipe box. And to integrate writing into the kitchen experience, members can submit recipe reviews. For the very easiest recipes and articles about cooking with kids, look in Kids as Chefs.

Easy Kid Recipes



“Mom chef” Clarissa shares her dual passions of kids and food with this easy-to-navigate recipe collection. In addition to the expected (such as sections devoted to Breakfast and Easy Lunches), Clarissa has four recipes for pet treats, and ten for play dough. Other great clicks are her free monthly newsletter, articles (especially the one on homemade baby food) and popsicle recipes. Homemade popsicles are a perennial favorite at our house. Like most homemade items, they are both healthier and cheaper than store bought.

Just Kid Recipes



With headings like Gross, Fun, and Frozen Treats, kids are sure to find many recipes to delight them among the 410 at Just Kid Recipes. For example, berry blue Jello with suspended gummy fish is called a Jello Aquarium. Think of how cute this will look in individual clear plastic cups at a birthday party! Each recipe page has a link to a printable version (sans ads and menu items) at the bottom.

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