Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year) is coming up – it’s the Year of the Rabbit.
Legends and lucky symbols of the New Year, videos of San Francisco and Bangkok, children’s books, fun food to celebrate the holiday.
Cooking with kids in December is especially fun – so many treats and sweets from around the world.
Find recipes for piparkakut from Finland, Mexican hot chocolate, latkes for Hanukkah, Swedish saffron buns, and spice cookies which our family decorates on Christmas Eve.
November 1 and 2 is the Day of the Dead – Dia de los Muertos – a holiday celebrated in Mexico, Central America, and Latino communities around the United States. Families remember and honor deceased relatives with flowers, candles, altars, and special foods.Read more…
Our latest tips for London with kids – contactless payment, the Oyster Card, getting around, free museums, fun food, where to stay.Read more…
Getting together on Christmas Eve and making tamales is a beloved tradition of Mexican-American families.
Inspired by the children’s book “May Your Life Be Deliciosa,” we wanted to make tamales.
For Mardi Gras, King Cake is a local treat in New Orleans, a lovely raised-dough cake, decorated with white frosting, and purple, green, yellow sprinkles, the colors of Mardi Gras.
These King Cupcakes are easy and fun to make, delicious to eat!