This month, we are highlighting another common winter vegetable: POTATOES! Mashed, fried, roasted, pureed, or even baked into a sweet treat - potatoes come in many different varieties and are extremely versatile in how they can be prepared. And somehow, they always come out tasting delicious!Read More
Last week we told you all about the delicious new menu items we've added to our lunch menu but let's not forget about our breakfasts and snacks. We've got some fun additions to your mornings and afternoons. They're inventive and scrumptious so start salivating as you check out the pictures below!Read More
JOSHUA, A STUDENT AT THE ASSOCIATION TO BENEFIT CHILDREN (ABC), USES A MAGNIFYING CLASS TO GET A CLOSER LOOK AT HIS CHERRY TOMATOES! ABC STUDENTS LOVE TO USE THEIR RED RABBIT GARDENING JOURNALS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PLANTS IN THEIR ONSITE GARDEN!Read More
This week, the Red Rabbit Team wanted to feature the best midsummer staple you might be missing! Beautiful, decorative -- and most importantly, garlicky! -- these curly greens pack a lot of flavor into a pretty swirl.Read More
What happens when your child says, "I want to be a vegetarian!"?
First, don't worry! Your child isn't alone. Interest in vegetarianism, or in eating less meat in general, is on the rise in the US, fueled by positive health studies, animal rights, environmental concerns, and even popular culture. However, your child may show interest in cutting out meat for less complicated reasons, with taste, texture or a love of animals as distinct possibilities. Whatever the reason, you may have concerns that your child could miss out on vital nutrients by omitting meat from the menu. The good news is that with some education and training, your child can easily meet or exceed recommended nutrient allowances.Read More