One of the trickiest parts of feeding kids, as you all know, are the picky eaters! There are so many different ideas in the child development and psychology world as to how we might get our kids to eat more variety of foods, with new and different flavors and textures. At a Louisiana Pathways class … Continue reading Kiss your veggies
This week is the much coveted Krewe of Abeona! I hope to see some fun and crazy decorated wagons and colorful costumes when your family joins us in the First Grace cafeteria around after the parade. Our feast for this week will consist of: Whole Wheat Cheese Pizza Chickpea Gumbo Mixed Green Salad with … Continue reading Mardi Gras Ball Menu!
As mentioned in this month’s newsletter, one of the projected goals for our food program is to be more farm-to-table by using local sources such as Hollygrove Market and GrowDat Youth Farm. If you don’t know about these awesome programs yet, the first sources produce, meats, cheeses, and breads from around the Delta area, while … Continue reading Local sources: Keepin’ it tasty!
A little tip Chef Sarah passed on to me that the kids love is our secret bechemel (cheese sauce) recipe, that I use for this week’s baked mac n cheese. To make at home for your family, simply simmer a few cups of milk with onion, garlic, and any spices you might like for 30 … Continue reading What’s the secret to that yummy Cauliflower Mac?
Friends and Family of Abeona, welcome to our newly re-designed web site. We’ve updated the content and made the site easier to navigate so you can learn more and stay up today with everything going on at Abeona House! Thanks to parent Sue Soto for all of the photography on the site!