Maggie's Kitchen Must-Haves to Save Time
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by Feast & Fettle
3M ago
Finding the time to cook when you're out of F&F meals can be a challenge—even more so when you don’t have the tools you need. Lucky for us, Maggie walked us through her must-have kitchen essentials. As the seasoned professional chef behind the top-rated meal service in the region, she knows just the gadgets to elevate the cooking experience to one that’s a) more efficient, and b) a whole lot more enjoyable.  Thermapen ONE: This instant-read thermometer easily allows you to determine the readiness of your meat, poultry, or fish—so you don't have to play the guessing game to figure ou ..read more
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Why Kids ? F&F
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by Feast & Fettle
4M ago
Hint: It’s for the same reasons why F&F is any parent’s best friend. Here's how Feast & Fettle menus were specifically crafted with families in mind: 1) Sauce is always served on the side. This is particularly great for small children. F&F founder Maggie noticed that letting kids dip their food as they like makes for an easy way for them to try new flavors, while giving them agency over how much they have at a time. Dipping can also add an engaging tactile element to mealtime. 2) We’ve got a designated Kids section on every menu. Everything on it is sized for smaller appeti ..read more
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Tissue Paper Easter Eggs (for Zero Spills)
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by Feast & Fettle
4M ago
For the prettiest pastel Easter eggs and a real easy cleanup, try this tissue paper dyeing method. Then say goodbye to precarious open bowls of liquid dye and slippery eggs wobbling around on spoons ..read more
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Rainbow Fruit Kabobs w/ Pot O’ Gold Yogurt Dip
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by Maggie Pearson
4M ago
This St. Patrick's Day, enlist the help of your kiddos to find leprechaun gold at the end of the rainbow. With just a few easy steps, this fruit kabob activity is an approachable and engaging way to get little ones involved with making food (they'll have some much fun with the edible glitter on the Greek yogurt dip). And you'll end up with a healthy sweet treat that doesn't come with a sugar high! Eat Well, Chef Maggie ..read more
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Green Leprechaun Lemonade
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by Maggie Pearson
4M ago
Green Leprechaun Lemonade is whimsical and refreshing, and making a batch with little ones is a great St. Patrick's Day activity. First let me just say there's not a drop of food dye in this recipe—it actually gets its vibrant color from spinach! But don't worry; you won't taste the vegetables and neither will your kiddos. This lemonade tastes like...lemonade. It just so happens to be bright green. I like adding some edible glitter before serving for a little extra magic. Eat Well, Chef Maggie ..read more
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Valentine's Day Rice Krispies
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5M ago
Indulge in love: Sweeten your Valentine's Day with these easy-to-make White Chocolate & Dried Strawberry Rice Krispie Treats ..read more
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Holiday Sticky Toffee Pudding
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7M ago
Chef's Note This British-inspired brown sugar sponge cake, brimming with sweet, sticky Medjool dates, becomes the ultimate holiday treat when soaked in a creamy caramel toffee sauce and topped with fresh whipped cream. - Maggie, F&F Co-Founder ..read more
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Edesia Donations
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by Feast & Fettle
7M ago
Access to good food and nourishment shouldn’t be a privilege, but it is. And since we’re fortunate enough to have more than we need, we’ve made it our mission to support those facing food insecurity and malnutrition—both globally and close to home ..read more
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Nourishing Our Community
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by Feast & Fettle
7M ago
From grants and giveaways to charitable donations, learn about the ways in which we support the communities we serve ..read more
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FAQ: Feast & Fettle Membership Upgrades
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by Viva Wittman
8M ago
Starting December 21st, 2023, we’ll be making a few changes to F&F Memberships. Here’s what you should expect ..read more
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