Illustration: Mark Burgess Bee a Hero this Summer and Help Save the Bees! Today, the number of bees are declining all over the world and bees are often less healthy. Bees and pollinators are vital for both food production and … Continue reading
Why not make an invitation to create a mathematical landscape? Meet Mercedes Siles Molina, a mathematician at the University of Malaga, in Spain, who wanted to combine her passions for food and maths. She asked Chef José Carlos Garcia and … Continue reading
“The rule would be this: whatever he saw, if it was runny or powdery or gooey, in it went.” In Roald Dahl’s book George’s Marvellous Medicine, George is surrounded by bottles and jars of weird and wonderful rainbow-coloured ingredients. What … Continue reading
Picky eaters are challenging. Often it is the parents’ perspective that is discussed and the focus is on ways to deal with picky eaters. Should we serve everyone in the family the same food? Is it dangerous to let a … Continue reading
Mess in the Kitchen Cooking is an activity that promotes the development of creativity. It requires the use of hands on math concepts, helps children read, and encourages a logical approach to thinking. Cooking with children also provides opportunities for … Continue reading
Ahh, what a great idea! A gingerbread house with nuts and cereals. You find the recipe and other delicious healthy tips at Anton Health and Nutrition. A creative and healthy project for the whole family.
Children, Food, and Spiky Gooseberry Think about different food and try to decide what is taste like. Does it really taste like watermelon simply because it is red and it says watermelon jellybeans on the package? What does … Continue reading
Small but Hungry Our brain is small, but it is a hungry organ. The brain consumes more glucose than any other organ. It takes a fifth of all the blood pumped by the heart. The metabolic rate in the brain … Continue reading