Take Back Mealtime - A "Rad" Giveaway

Posted on April 08, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 30 Comments

We are so excited about this giveaway. We first met the awesome ladies from Raddish Kids in October at the ABC Show when they were getting ready to launch their Kickstarter campaign. 

Raddish was created by the folks behind Kitchen Kid, the leading provider of edible education throughout Los Angeles.

Kitchen Kid believes edible education is the essential ingredient to raising healthy, happy children. Raddish adapts Kitchen Kid’s proven techniques, engaging lessons, and delightful recipes and packages them for your home kitchen.  

We love the Raddish philosophy:

"At Raddish, we believe two of the greatest gifts you can give your children are a love and appreciation of good food, and a childhood enjoyed at the family table."

Over the last 20 years, picky eating has become rampant, parents have turned into short-order cooks, and family mealtime has declined 30%. 

Raddish wants to change all this. Why?

  Kids are much more eager to eat a meal they helped prepare -- fruits, veggies, and whole grains included.

  Kids who are empowered in the kitchen cultivate a diverse palate.

  Culinary education inspires self confidence, fosters independence, and instills an appreciation of where food originates.

  The kitchen supports academic and cultural pursuits -- we think it's the tastiest place to learn!

How It Works

Raddish is a monthly subscription box for families that inspires kids and parents to connect and make memories in the kitchen preparing meals, and at the table enjoying them. Each Raddish box delivers culinary adventures and family fun right to your door. Each box includes:

- 3 family friendly recipe guides carefully illustrated for kids, that provide parents with the necessary background and vocabulary to create fun, enriching, and delicious kitchen lessons. 

- 1 skill card helping kids learn culinary techniques.

- 2 creative activities with all the necessary materials, aimed at getting your family sitting, talking, and eating together. Activities range from science experiments and art projects to oral histories and foodie games.

- Your shopping list, which is also emailed to you the week your box ships.

- Table Talk card deck ensuring fun chatter at your next meal.

- An adorable Raddish patch to be ironed-on to your Raddish apron.  Raddish sends a new patch each month so the kids can collect them all!

Raddish takes the guesswork out of cooking with kids so that families can spend more time cooking -- and eating -- together. 

Giveaway

Little Green Pouch is excited to have partnered with Raddish for their April "Go Green" box. To celebrate, Raddishis giving one lucky Little Green Pouch fan April's box for free. For a chance to win, enter below by midnight PST Monday April 14th. Since Raddish is currently only shipping to the US, please note this giveaway is only available for US residents. 

 

 

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25 Responses

Stephanie
Stephanie

April 14, 2014

The first time my youngest ate strawberries. They were ripe, local, incredibly sweet strawberries, and he LOVED them! Got strawberries all over the place!

Laura A
Laura A

April 14, 2014

I loved making homemade pizza with my kids a few weeks ago! It was so fun, the whole process and making our own funny face pizzas.

ashley kirchner
ashley kirchner

April 14, 2014

the first time my daughter ate spaghetti was a great memory

sarah shih
sarah shih

April 14, 2014

big family christmas dinners with my parents

Nicole
Nicole

April 14, 2014

I would have to say Thanksgiving. Everyone is in a great mood and there is so much food that nobody complains ;-)

Paulina
Paulina

April 13, 2014

Having the same food as my children

sa collins
sa collins

April 13, 2014

Thank you for the great giveaway. My favorite mealtime memory is cooking and being with the family.

Melissa Meyers
Melissa Meyers

April 12, 2014

What a great, not to mention cute, idea! :D

Karen
Karen

April 11, 2014

Finding out my one year old daughter loves dehydrated kale chips as much as I do! I’m always excited to have her try new things, and love when her new favorites are actually good for her.

Shari
Shari

April 11, 2014

When I was a kid my grandparents came over for dinner every Sunday. It was always the best meal of the week!

shante Clark
shante Clark

April 11, 2014

Eating with family!

shante Clark
shante Clark

April 11, 2014

Love the giveaway!

Chrissy M B
Chrissy M B

April 11, 2014

Cooking with my kids

Leticia Lebert
Leticia Lebert

April 11, 2014

Dad introducing us to a variety of foods!

Bethany
Bethany

April 11, 2014

Teaching my kids how to cook.

Tamara
Tamara

April 11, 2014

Learning new recipes with my boys.

Stephany
Stephany

April 11, 2014

Saturday mornings we usually go all out for breakfast. It’s fun to get the kids involved. They decide what will be served and help prepare the meal. Fun!

elise
elise

April 10, 2014

Definitely have to say sunday brunch. Everyone slept in so no one was cranky and we’d all help make the waffles and prepare the toppings! :)

Amber S
Amber S

April 09, 2014

Holidays with my Mother are my most treasured memory.

Jessica
Jessica

April 09, 2014

Cookouts on the Fourth of July,

Sarah
Sarah

April 09, 2014

Big family breakfasts were and are still the best

Amanda Creen
Amanda Creen

April 08, 2014

Cooking with my mother.

Megan
Megan

April 08, 2014

Making dinner together as a family! Especially for taco night :)

Leslie
Leslie

April 08, 2014

Breakfast on Saturday mornings.

Allison
Allison

April 08, 2014

My favorite mealtime memories are the ones with all of our family gathered potluck style. It’s less about the meal and more about the conversations!

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