Jill Colella, Editor of Ingredient Magazine and Butternut Magazine, introduced shoppers to these fun publications at the August 6 Market. Wow - what wonderful resources for teaching kids food literacy. With each issue, kids get introduced to different foods, learn how to prepare recipes, enjoy games and puzzles, etc. (And what kid isn't excited to get their own mail?) Both publications are available in print and electronic versions, and they're ad-free.
Being able to prepare food is a life skill that children should start learning early, and publications like these are a real help. A great investment for your kids, grandkids, nieces and nephews, or to donate to an elementary school.
In addition to the websites, you can find them on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/IngredientMag and https://www.facebook.com/butternutmag/) and other social media (links on are the websites). If you have questions for Jill, you can reach her at email@example.com, or 651-253-7420.
This little sign pretty much sums it up! :)
I picked up a coloring book for the grandkids, but truth be told, I wanted to keep it for myself.