Is this your first time here?
Since this is your first time here Sara and I would be happy to take you around.
We began Orange Kitchens to capture and relive the memories of all the good times we have in and around our kitchen. Through Orange Kitchens Sara and I hope to share our love for cooking and real food with all of you. Healthy eating (with some cheat meals ofcourse) and getting children involved in preparing and relishing their meals is what Orange Kitchens is all about. I hope our stories inspire you to share your kitchens with your children as well.
Here you will find:
Recipes; some that my little girl tried and liked and some that she ate because I asked her to! Cookbooks; for parents who like experimenting in the kitchen with their kidlets. Some more cookbooks; for the young chefs. Most days we take our food seriously and sometimes we don’t; on those days we play with our food. We also like to look back and introspect.
So, you might want to start with some of our main categories on the blog:
If you’d like to join the Food Revolution Movement (please do!!) then you can find a snapshot of it of what it is and my journey so far here. We’d love you to participate in our monthly challenges and share our past events with you too.
I am a cookbook addict and if you are one too, then BIG hi to you!! Read all about my cookbooks, food memoirs, the ones that I heart the most and would love you to have on your bookshelf as well and hey don’t forget to join the Orange Kitchens Cookbook Club where you will find many friends who share this same disorder! Don’t forget to share your favourites too.
Or simply begin knowing us by reading some of our favourite posts:
- Celebrating cultures and countries through cuisines
- New Year Food Resolutions for kids
- The Farmer’s Market and what it gives our children
- Diwali memories and eating fire crackers
- 50 things I’ve told Sara to persuade her to eat her food
- Lunch boxes, little hands and lovely memories
- Understanding and appreciating Ramadan
- Do you believe in fairies?
- Food lessons from Dad
- Food for thought: Games she plays
- Eating stories: I will not ever NEVER eat a tomato
- In my mother’s kitchen
- Playing with food: This time with Lego
- A fresh plate: 2014
- Orangey Goodness at Orange Kitchens
If you’d like to get to know my little chefling better, head here.
If you’d like to know a bit more about me, go right here.
If you’d like to work with me or want to say hi, go right here.
Enjoy your time here. Eat real. Eat wholesome. Eat nutritious.
Please note: If you like any of the pictures on the blog and would like to use those please write to me. I put in hours of work behind each post and would love to share it with you but it would hurt me if use those without my permission.Just ask!