Dinner Tonight: July 17, 2020
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Gather recyclables from the kitchen and challenge your family to a trash-to-treasure art contest!
If you could decorate your room any way you wanted, what would it look like?
Team member Bri used to make these Raggedy Ann salads with her great-grandmother as a child. We featured the recipe in our book Eat, Laugh, Talk: The Family Dinner Playbookto demonstrate one way to incorporate hands-on creative play into mealtimes. When Bri was little, hummus wasn’t a readily available ingredient, so she learned to make these salads using tuna or egg salad for the bodies. We’ve updated the concept with hummus to use as a dip for the vegetables, but you can make these whichever way you like!