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A memorable feast of mangrove-grilled Snapper – last day in Mexico


Giovanni Arredondo with two freshly caught snappers
Giovanni Arredondo holds up two huge Pargos—a kind of snapper—that had just been caught this morning, more than enough to feed the 10 of us. more
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Your Family can Help the Expand the Farm-to-Table Initiative


Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture and the Clinton Global Initiative America are working to expand their Farm-to-Table program – the Journey of Our Foods from Field to Fork. more
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Fish fit for a king, or a snorkeler, at Jumby Bay, Antigua


Roast pig served up at beach BBQ dinner at Jumby Bay
We’re at Jumby Bay on its own island just off the coast of Antigua--an all inclusive where the food isn’t like any other all inclusive I’ve seen—of course this is one of the most exclusive resorts in the Caribbean. more
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Grow with the Family: Organic Gardening


This summer, give gardening a shot. Organic Gardening Magazine’s new curriculum “Dig, Plant, Grow!” lets you teach your kids about gardening and the valuable lessons associated with it. more
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At the Farm Institute on Martha’s Vineyard with the kiddie farmers


They learn about locally sourced food at a young age on Martha's Vineyard
Kids learning about food at the Farm Institute on Martha's Vineyard, MA. These 180 acres at the edge of Edgartown has been farmed since the first Europeans arrived in the 17th Century and before that by the local Wampanoag. more
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Tinker til you drop at San Francisco’s Exploratorium


Exploratorium entrance
Step right into the Tinkering Studio at San Francisco’s Exploratorium where you can tinker until you make lights go on and buzzers sound, make music on a musical bench or create a toothpick sculpture, inspired by the giant toothpick sculpture “Rolling Through the Bay.” more
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A new way with kids menus at San Francisco’s Exploratorium


Seaglass Restaurant at the Exploratorium
At the SEAGLASS restaurant in San Francisco's Exploratorium, families and kids step out of their comfort zone to eat healthier and what is in season. more
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Chiles and yogurt: family dining in Albuquerque NM


jim and griffin peeling a pepper
New Mexican cuisine is as much a part of Albuquerque as the museums and heritage, and there is no shortage of delicious places for families to dine when visiting the area. more
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Birds Eye and Disney team to increase veggie eating by kids


Birds Eye frozen vegetables and Disney are teaming up to increase the number of kids consuming the recommended amount of vegetables per day by directly engaging and educating them on the importance of vegetables in a well-balanced diet. more
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California Hyatt Introduces New Healthy Menu


The Hyatt Regency Santa Clara has introduced a “Healthy Balance” menu to help guests eat well on the road. more
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