Thanksgiving conjures up warm, cozy memories of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, pumpkin pie, family, friends, and gratefulness. But who says this day has to come just once a year in chilly November? People love summer weather, pools, and backyard parties – and they love the Thanksgiving feast. Kick off your inaugural Summersgiving with these ideas.
We’re all looking for ways to reconnect with our kids and make our weekends count. A picnic in the park is the perfect way to make a weekend afternoon feel more festive. Friday, April 23rd is National Picnic Day – so what better excuse? Here are our best picnic hacks to ensure a smooth day trip.
No matter what phase of reopening we’re in, the summer weather invites New Yorkers outdoors to family picnics and backyard barbecues. The following recipes are not only kid-approved and presentable enough for party fare, they’re easy to assemble! If “food is love,” then preparing it is family bonding at its finest.
Monday, February 17th is a federal holiday established in 1885 to celebrate the birth of first U.S. president George Washington. Nowadays, we typically celebrate ALL presidents on this civic holiday, but you can observe it however you wish with these fun activities!
For many Jewish families, Hanukkah is synonymous with home-cooking. Food is a language of love, so it makes perfect sense to share your love of culture, cooking, and family with your children. Here are some of our favorite recipes for a Hanukkah feast that are easy for kids to share in the making!