By Kim, DESIGN + LIFE + KIDS
Ever been confused at the grocery store by all the food labels? Are you just looking for food that is still considered food, and hasn’t been processed into a “food product”? If so, you’re not alone.
Nearly 18 months ago, we commenced an exciting blogger ambassador program: The Stonyfield Yo-Getters! This special “club” is made up of select parent bloggers who understand the importance of healthy eating and organic. We’ve enlisted their help to educate others and improve the eating habits of families across the country. As part of this initiative, Stonyfield teamed up with Earthbound Farm to offer the Yo-Getters a recipe challenge around June’s National Fruits and Vegetables Month. We asked them to create and share a recipe using Stonyfield Greek yogurt and any organic fresh fruit or vegetable from Earthbound Farm. Our (hungry!) editorial board reviewed dozens of delicious recipes and and finally selected one as the winner: Anne from Flour Sack Mama! Her story and the winning recipe are below. Enjoy!
Eco mom. Green mom. Crunchy mom. As much as I wish I were one, I am not.
One of our favorite lunch inspirations is food editor for the Associated Press and devoted dad, J. M. Hirsh. His blog Lunch Box Blues makes cooking up interesting school lunches seem alarmingly easy for selections that also look so totally delicious. In fact, on more than one occasion I have personally had lunch box envy of his 8 year old son.