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Sweet Potato Puddings

Thanksgiving Story Telling

Posted on: November 23rd, 2011 by Anne Fishel, Ph.D

‘We learn about our families from the stories that we tell, and our brains are wired to understand each other through stories.’ Plus questions to inspire story sharing

Thanksgiving Table

Holidays or Hellidays? Tips for Better Conversations at Home

Posted on: November 23rd, 2011 by Bob

How can we increase the likelihood of love and connection, and lessen the likelihood of the old dance of conflict? Bob Stains offers some advice.

My Story of Stuffing

Posted on: November 23rd, 2011 by Bob

“Making chestnut stuffing has become a beloved tradition; something my family looks forward to and marks its years by. And it invites me to be grateful.”

Dinty Morre Beef Stew

In Defense of Canned Stew

Posted on: November 19th, 2011 by Bob

Sometimes the quickest meals leave time for what’s even more important: connection. Bob Stains on dinners with his father.

Cooking with Kids: Monkey Bread

Posted on: November 17th, 2011 by Charlotte

Get the recipe and watch 10-year-old Christy bake up some monkey bread!

Say It Ain’t So, Joe!

Posted on: November 12th, 2011 by Ashley

Nobody’s perfect. That is obvious from the “long list of missed opportunities” to intervene in the Penn State child sex abuse scandal. It took 15 years before former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was finally arrested. All along the way, people could have done something. The timeline is laid out in the indictment: See the video. […]

Lovin’ Spoonful

Posted on: November 9th, 2011 by Cynthia

“If he couldn’t make those other milestones, I could nourish him with food, patience and an envelope of calm at every meal,” writes guest blogger Cynthia in this beautiful piece about her son Graham, born with severe cerebral palsy.

Cooking with Kids: Offal Onions

Posted on: November 4th, 2011 by

Never heard of offal onions? You’re not alone…learn what they are, and how to make them.

Judge for Yourself

Posted on: November 3rd, 2011 by Larry

A judge is supposed to be impartial. But when big donors have a vested interest in how a judge rules, can they really play it down the middle?