We are excited to announce Charlotte March’s contributions to our recipe page! Charlotte has been an active member in the culinary community for over 10 years. After being classically trained at the French Culinary Institute in New York City, Charlotte worked extensively in the kitchens throughout the Bay Area including Zuni Café. Upon returning to New York, Charlotte worked with world-renowned chef Laurent Tourondel to help him open several out-posts of Bistro Laurent Tourondel. For the past several years Charlotte has served as an Associate Food Editor at Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings. In this position Charlotte channels her culinary talents into developing delicious recipes, generating unique web and iPad content, as well as styling food and creating beautiful images for the magazines. We know that you will enjoy Charlotte’s recipes!
In addition to all of the above, check out her amazing book that she co-authored with chef Laurent Tourondel:
Several weeks ago, we determined that our group of beta testers was definitively closed. But then we received this message from a mom interested in our reusable baby food pouch:
This is what my 20 month old looks like without it:
How could we possibly say no? So we made an exception, and opened up the group of beta testers to include one more. We hope that our reusable food pouch does the trick for this little one. We have our “before” picture, and are eagerly awaiting the “after”!
Thanks to Melissa Blount of Mount Dora, FL for sharing these hilarious photos.
Yesterday one of our beta testers sent in this adorable video of her 12 month old (I know, I know, why do we mother's insist on counting months - she's a year old!) independently sucking down her applesauce (which her mom called "the perfect 2nd child food" :)... Hope you enjoy the video as much as we did!
Thanks to Sarah's mom, Stephanie of Seattle, WA for capturing this adorable moment and sending it to us!
Finnegan may be covered in sand, but not in food!
And thank goodness the reusable pouch is dishwasher safe :)
Bailey loves fruit. Since the first day we started offering her pureed foods she's happily consumed fruits. Veggies on the other hand, not so much. Especially the green ones. She's pretty good with carrots and butternut squash but you should see the faces she makes with peas, broccoli and spinach. And if I happen to sneak one bite in, watch out - she purses her lips so hard that nothing's getting in her mouth for a while.
But the green ones are SO good for her! I've tried reasoning with her, but no such luck. So I've started mixing fruits with veggies and for the most part it works pretty well... some combinations work better than others.
Yesterday it was bananas and pears (yum!) with eggplant and spinach...
Yuck right? Actually, it was pretty good. Bananas do such a nice job of masking other flavors and pears add just a bit of tart. Anyhow, thanks to my Little Green Pouch this was the results:
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