Blog Posts - Family Cooking



Warm Salad Nicoise Recipe with La Redoute

A couple of weeks ago, my eldest son Oliver, 5, and I, took part in an exciting shoot for the très stylish French online outlet, La Redoute, which merged three of my greatest loves: family, food and fashion. Read more...
by Honest Mum on Aug 20, 2015

Recipe development – mother and son

Steenbergs is very much a family business, not just Axel and Sophie and their children, but also the people who work for us find their whole family have become part of the wider Steenbergs family.  Sally Roberts, who helps with recipe development at...
by Steenbergs on May 27, 2015

Holiday Gift Ideas for Food Lovers – Fagor Pressure Cooker Review

I always love to cook.  My passion for cooking developed since my early teens and there was a time in my life that I wished to formally enter a cooking school to develop some skills but then I guess it’s not really for me then so i just enjoy...
by My Green Living Ideas on Dec 25, 2014

Make Cooking Fun for the Whole Family

Three meals a day, every day – even if you love cooking, there are times when it seems like all you do is cook, clean and repeat, all day. You are bored of the same old thing so you try to surprise everyone with something new and the kids hate it,...
by kouponkrazed on Dec 20, 2014

Baking: An art or a science? Introducing the Perfect Bake App-Controlled Smart Baking – Review & Giveaway

What we love… Simple and easy to use, scales recipes in case of a mistake and makes baking with the kids fun and easy What we’d love to see… easier ability to add recipes via the app, able to make a second recipe while the first is...
by The iMum on Dec 9, 2014

Fall Family-time Baking

It’s amazing how a little down time after the hustle & bustle of the busy week can re-invigorate you.  Well, The Mountain Life Team are family people who understand how all those activities and appointments you do throughout the week can &...
by The Front Porch View on Oct 10, 2014

Chocolate Easter Nests

      Children love helping out with this quick and easy Easter recipe. They also love eating the ingredients as you go. My tip is to ensure you have plenty of extra ingredients to hand for your little helpers to feast on as they ̵...
by Larger Family Life on Apr 9, 2014

“Celebrate the Lil’ Things” with Pillsbury Funfetti Lil’ Donut Kits

Our kids LOVE sweets – I mean, what kid doesn’t, right?  They especially love donuts, but those can get pretty pricey buying them for six kids every now and then.  This is where Pillsbury...
by The Mommy-Files on Sep 24, 2013

In the August Garden

Oh, Gardening.  I honestly don't know a darn thing about it.  Thank goodness that plants want to grow, as a friend of mine put it.  I really just put things in the ground and hope something happens.  That's about the extent of my...

Cupcakes with white chocolate icing

Baby A had chicken pox for about a week so on Monday we spend all day at home. Every time we stay home Kara wants to bake with mummy. she asked for cupcakes but without the creamy icing. Yes she's a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by Romanian mum on Apr 27, 2013

Media Request: Large families wanted to film with celeb chefs

      Are you struggling with the current economic climate? Do you want some professional tips on cooking for a large family on a budget? BBC1 show Great British Budget Menu are looking for large families to participate in a new series...
by Larger Family Life on Apr 25, 2013

How to Make Venison Sausage and Kale Quiche with a Side of Lemon-Ginger Beet Salad

While I think that there is a wide variety of reasons why we garden, arguably the biggest one is to have fresh homegrown food. I really enjoy cooking, and the appeal of growing my own quality ingredients was what got me started on the path to being a...
by Appalachian Feet on Mar 15, 2013

{Weekending}

Snow play, fish fry with family, housekeeping, and knitting away.  A perfect winter weekend.  Just exactly what we needed. {Head over here for a fun little interview with yours truly!} If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a...

Meal Planning and healthy snacks

So did you make any New Year's Resolutions? Are you still sticking with them? Or are they starting to become a thing of the past. Earlier this week on my blog I talked about how I'm not really one for resolutions in the "formal" sense of th...
by Trendy Treehouse on Jan 19, 2013

Cooking With a Berber Family

Today we did some cooking with a Berber family. It amazes me how hard the “simple life” really is. We are staying in a most wonderful guest house in Tisselday, a small town between Ouarzaruate where they make most of the movies filmed in...
by Laugh Quotes on Nov 7, 2012

Music Monday –

This week “You Can Do Magic” which was a hit for Limmie & Family Cooking in 1973 and got to No.3 in the UK Singles chart Limmie Family Cooking You Can Do Magic Hope you enjoy it, have a fab week Come join Music Monday and share your...

Heirloom cooking

I have a new book. It's a recipe book of course. And a biography of sorts. It's called Rilka's Feasts and I am in love with this book, or more the stories in this book. I first came across Rilka Warbanoff when we moved Tom and Hannah to the new sch...

winner winner salmon dinner

tonight’s dinner: oven-baked salmon, seasoned with salt, pepper, and fresh dill. quinoa pilaf, with celery, carrots, and sliced almonds. zucchini, yellow squash, and onions sauteed in a little bit of butter, sprinkled with a touch of Parmesan c...


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