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Blogging from: Brooklyn
Stacie Billis is a Brooklyn mom of two whose philosophy is “kids change the way we cook, but they don’t have to change how well we eat.” She cooks the nutritious, delicious food that she and her husband enjoy and serves her dishes knowing that they are good for her kids, too. As she says in the blog: “Serving our families the good food that we want to eat may sound self-serving (and it is!), but it also helps our children develop tastes and habits that will make for a healthy life.”
On One Hungry Mama, readers will find a treasure trove of recipes for every occasion. Recipes are searchable by main ingredient (poultry, pasta, seafood), by type (appetizer, lunch, dinner, sides) or, awesomely, by the age of your kids. Stacie tags her eats with age-appropriate categories; recipes range from being 6 month-old-friendly to only for the bigger kids (24+ months). With a master’s degree in developmental psychology and a passion for making magic in the kitchen, Stacie delivers plenty of options that even some fussy tots will like.
One Hungry Mama also features a “Store” tab, where readers will find kitchen essentials such as spatulas and food processors, and a “Recipe Box,” where logged-in blog users have the option to save her recipes right on the website. This blog is sure to be bookmarked by moms and dads and referred to for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between. — Kimberly Mollo