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1. Do-It-Yourself Baby Food
Since Gerber first started jarring strained peas in 1928, baby food has become a billion-dollar industry. Stroll today's grocery aisle and you'll see organic labels, kosher guarantees, exotic mixes (how about some mango and kiwi with that applesauce?), and supplements that promise to boost your baby's brain. All that innovation adds up. Check your grocery receipt, and you'll see why. The price of one jar of applesauce can outweigh one... Read More

2. Frugal and Easy Thanksgiving Recipes
Here it is - that time of year when everyone's thoughts turn to food! I'm thankful that at our house, we have plenty of food, but sometimes I am not so grateful that I am the one who usually gets to cook it! {relatedarticles} So I am always on the lookout for simple, tasty recipes that are also easy on the budget. Here are a few of my family's... Read More

3. A Tater to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
Want a food that's as scrumptious as a high-fat, high-calorie snack? Tickle your taste buds with a sugary spud. Although they're a favorite around Thanksgiving, sweet potatoes are beneficial to your health all year long. Sweet potatoes are a great source of vitamin E, vitamin C and vitamin A. The latter is particularly beneficial for smokers, who may create a vitamin A deficiency and develop emphysema as a result. These spuds are... Read More

4. Five Tips for Getting Picky Kids to Eat Fruits and Vegetables
Is your child super-picky? It's sometimes tough to know whether cautious eaters, as I like to call them, are getting proper nutrition. Here are a few strategies that have worked for getting my toddler to eat her fruits and vegetables. Every kid is different, but some of these tips might just work for you, too. 1. Bake fruits or vegetables into quick bread or muffins. My daughter's favorite are apple-banana muffins. 2.... Read More

5. Have a Kid-Friendly Thanksgiving
Whether you travel away from home, or you're the one who hosts family and friends for the yearly Thanksgiving meal, think about keeping your kids safe and occupied during the holiday. The stove may be putting out delicious smells and tastes, but be sure you've got an eye on it while your kids and those of your guests wait for the meal to be ready. {relatedarticles}Keep them occupied by giving them lots of Thanksgiving-related crafts.... Read More

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