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Judging Blog Success- Chefs Move to Schools

Judging Blog Success- Chefs Move to Schools
Over the past year or so, I have been struggling with the idea that my blog wasn't very well-known.  But then I realized that I was using the wrong parameters to judge success. I can't compare myself to some of the top-notch bloggers that I adore - we each have our own distinguishing feature.  My photographs are good, but they'll never compare to Shaina's, Heidi's, or Alice's. My recipes will always taste delicious (unless I am writing about a flop) but they won't be as refined and well tested...

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Guest Post: 6 O’Clock Scramble with Kids

Many thanks to my friend Aviva, the founder of The Six O'Clock Scramble, for sharing this post about spending time in the kitchen with her nephews. When your kids are cooking, do you let them take the lead (assuming they are old enough), or do you closely monitor their every action? I remember the shock and sadness I felt when I read Jeannette Wall’s account in her memoir, The Glass Castle, of getting badly burned at age three while making a hot dog for her lunch. While few, if any, of us...

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