Flavorful, nutritious, and sustainable: Sea vegetables are having a moment. Here’s how kelp and its cousins can benefit your health and your taste buds. By Jenna Helwig October 14, 2019 Ride the wave While seaweed has long been a staple of many Asian diets—particularly in Japanese cuisine—it’s showing up on more U.S. restaurant menus, in packaged foods, and in home kitchens. What gives?
There's a new way to make baby food, and chances are it’s already sitting on your counter. Yes, I’m talking about the megapopular Instant Pot and its many multicooker cousins. A multicooker is genius at taking hard, raw foods and transforming them into soft, baby-ready meals in record time, no standing at the stove and stirring required. That leaves you with more time to spend on other tasks like playing with your baby or grabbing a ten-minute nap. (Yes, please!)
By Jenna Helwig One of my dear friends has a big-time job, and she works a lot of hours, certainly well over 40 a week and probably more like 50 or 60. Her two children are both under the age of five, and she clearly has a lot to juggle. But, to my amazement she tried to be a class mom, and was very upset when she realized she just couldn't fit the responsibility into her schedule. I feel for her sadness, but I can't relate. I have never for a moment wanted to be class mom.
@RTRHelp I called over three hours ago and selected the option to be called back once it was my turn. Is it STILL not my turn? If that's the case, too many people have problems and/or you need more customer service reps.