Menu Plan: Week of Jan. 13, 2013

By | January 13, 2013

I knew I’d feel like myself again post-birth once I started cooking regularly. Last week, I cooked and photographed not one, not two, but three recipes for the blog, so I think it’s safe to say I’m back. [Insert happy dance here.] I should add that baby carriers are revolutionary. The next step is figuring out how to keep from straining my back…

This week, I’ll be blogging about something a little out of the ordinary for a food blog: 10 ways to help new parents (since I’m clearly an expert). And then it’s back to the stove top for a how-to on searing tilapia. See you there!

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3 Comments

Jessica on January 13, 2013 at 11:13 pm.

I love this post! Your meals look healthy and simple, really delicious, and I like how you displayed the photos! Cute! Did you ever make those double stuff oreos?!

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jessica (the kosher foodies) on January 14, 2013 at 4:32 am.

omg tali, baby carriers are simply the best things ever. but if yours is hurting your back you might need a better one, or to figure out how to better fit it to your body. i have a beco butterfly 2 and still use it (though not as often) with my 18-month old. i used to eat cook and eat dinner wearing richie when he was just tiny!

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Tali Simon on January 14, 2013 at 2:31 pm.

The one I’ve been using is actually a homemade version on loan from a neighbor. I’ll go take a look at the beco, thanks!

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