From the monthly archives:

October 2012

A Halloween PSA

October 31, 2012

  Spoonfed is on Facebook. You’ll find links to blog posts, news and commentary on raising food-literate kids, questions and comments from readers, the works. Stop by, like the page, chime in, spread the word. (Thanks.) Also please consider subscribing by e-mail or RSS feed (which you can do at the top of the blog). Copyright protected by Digiprove © 2012 Christina Le Beau

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October Unprocessed guest post (on candy, natch)

October 28, 2012

Just in time for Halloween, I’m guest-posting over at Eating Rules as part of October Unprocessed, a month dedicated to celebrating and learning about real food. Eating Rules blogger Andrew Wilder (motto: “healthy eating doesn’t have to suck”) started October Unprocessed in 2010 with 415 people pledging to skip processed food for a month. This […]

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Turn Halloween candy into gingerbread house bling

October 22, 2012

Every time I write about my take on Halloween candy, I hear from people who think it’s wasteful to throw some of it away. And I get that. As I’ve written before, that’s why we don’t canvass the neighborhood and collect a boatload. It’s why we do candy experiments. And it’s why we do this:     Do […]

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Picture this: Eat, play, love

October 4, 2012

Since school began, I’ve been posting occasional lunch pictures on the Spoonfed Facebook page. Just quick snapshots of my daughter’s lunchbox, a way to show that healthy lunches don’t have to be elaborate, and that most packing can be done at night to save time and sanity in the morning. This is as much for me as for anyone, […]

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