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We love our 8-day course with the kids at Sonoma Academy College Prep School in Santa Rosa every January. In this amount of time, we can teach them so many aspects of health, besides teaching them knife skills, safety and … Continue reading
Although these tasty and very nutritious ingredients should be eaten all the time, for many they become more important in the cold-weather months. What are they? Ginger, turmeric, garlic, and onions! Yum! Cut and paste this link into your browser … Continue reading
If you need new knives-the most important tool in your kitchen-be sure to purchase great knives at a discount and help D5 at the same time. We can offer you this because of our good friends at Sonoma Cutlery! Here’s … Continue reading
Cells: Read this aloud to your kids, or if they are of reading age, have them read it to you. Cells are the basic and smallest unit of life. The word cell comes from the Latin cellula, meaning a small … Continue reading
With school back in full-swing sandwiches can go from creative and inspired to quick, easy, and sometimes boring. Some simple tips are to use bread that is at least 3 grams of dietary fiber per slice, and heap on the … Continue reading
Yes, Turkey Meatloaf beat out homemade ice cream! Turkey Meatloaf Serves 10 3 pounds ground turkey 3 large eggs 1 cup uncooked oatmeal 1 medium red pepper, chopped fine 1 medium yellow onion, chopped fine 1 small carrot, grated 1 … Continue reading
We’ve thoroughly enjoyed D5′s Summer Camp for Kids! Alas, it’s come to an end! Look at all these beautiful faces.
Did you know that there are a wide array of health benefits to eating vegetables that are in season and locally grown? With modern agricultural technology, it is very easy to disregard the importance of seasonality. Today, we can consume … Continue reading
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and we agree! We have finish two weeks of summer camp and the kids learned a lot about nutrition, created many recipes, learned about safety and sanitation and knife skills. Parents … Continue reading
Summer Camp begins on Monday, June 15th, and we are so excited to see kids we have taught before and meet new kids and their parents! Get ready to see some new faces -and recipes!- next week!