I have a love-hate relationship with kitchens on vacation. Although access can dramatically reduce trip costs, not to mention is more relaxing than restaurants with young kids, figuring out what you are able to cook in an unfamiliar place can be a real chore.
Good news, there’s a new family-friendly cookbook out by Bay Area-based chef Amanda Haas, Cooking Light Real Family Food, that takes the sting out the entire family vacation meal planning process.
During my last ski trip over President’s Day weekend, it dawned on my that one of the issues we always face when we rent a home or condo is what to cook for dinner. After a full day of skiing and/or ski school, expecting kids to sit through a restaurant meal is a recipe for disaster.
Regardless if you spend the day on the slopes, the logistics alone of getting your kids and their stuff to ski school means elaborate meals if any kind are totally unappealing. Add in the fact that your favorite ski …
Here’s the typical breakdown of Mother’s Day vs. Father’s Day: Mom gets breakfast in bed on her day and Dad gets to grill something on the barbecue on his day.
With all the coming and going this season, the last thing any of us wants to worry about on a travel morning is breakfast. But putting hungry kids in the car or dragging them through the airport in search of decent food is a recipe for frustration.