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Cooking with Kids

School Lunch with Style

“Mystery meat” in the school cafeteria is sooooo last millennium. Nowadays, kids are more apt to find meals made with recipes designed and vetted by trained chefs, with ingredients that represent the best of the season and with “taste profiles” — as they say on Food Network — that leave kids asking for more.
Parties
Getting Your Dander Down

Allergies don’t have to rule out pet ownership

When Brandy Roberts’ 6-year-old daughter asked for a pet kitten, the Grove City mother was torn.
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Eating Out with Kids
Eating Out with Kids

Katzinger’s Delicatessen

Our visit to Katzinger’s Delicatessen started with a debate about whether the sandwich named after former President Bill Clinton existed prior to his visit and was renamed after he tried it or if he invented the sandwich.
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Hands On
Hands On

Paper-Bag Book Covers

While our regular columnist, Olivera Bratich, and her staff at Wholly Craft get settled into their new digs at 3515 N. High St., we here at Columbus Parent are stepping in with a Back-to-School craft project.
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Cooking with Kids
Cooking with Kids

School Lunch with Style

“Mystery meat” in the school cafeteria is sooooo last millennium. Nowadays, kids are more apt to find meals made with recipes designed and vetted by trained chefs, with ingredients that represent the best of the season and with “taste profiles” — as they say on Food Network — that leave kids asking for more.
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Adventures with Aunt Jill
Adventures with Aunt Jill

Farmers’ Market Fun

Aunt Jill takes her friends' twins on a trip to the farmers' market.