Edible Rhody Kids

Last Updated December 06, 2016
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Get the kids involved with all things local! Food, farm life, recipes and produce are all here to inspire up-and-coming foodies to enjoy the bounty of Rhode Island.


A pickle often refers to small cucumbers preserved in a mixture of vinegar, herbs and brine. But did you know you can “pickle” almost any...

Edible Rhody Kids

Berry Good Turnovers These handheld treats, filled with yummy berries, are simple to make and delicious to eat-at home or on the go. No...

Edible Rhody Kids: Snack Time Fun

apples on tree
Edible Rhody contributor Christine Chitnis and co-author Sarah Waldman have just written a book, Little Bites: 100 Healthy, Kid-Friendly...

Edible Rhody Kids: Spring Chicks

Spring Chicks
What do you know about the Rhode Island Red?

Edible Rhody Kids: Ice Pops

Ice Pops
Can you match the ice pop with the country it’s from? United States England New Zealand Ireland Mexico freeze pop paleta Popsicle ice lolly...

Edible Rhody Kids: Eat an Apple A Day!

Holding Up Apples
Eat an apple a day.... • Super yummy! • Easy snack to pack—no utensils needed! • Full of healthy nutrients to make your mind and body...

Edible Rhody Kids: Chocolate

Cacao Beans
Everyone loves chocolate—kids and grown-ups alike. In fact, chocolate ranks as the favorite fiavor of most people in America. And yet, few...

Edible Rhody Kids: Fair Trade Means Fair Business for Farmers

Fair trade labels
Have you ever thought about where that banana you had for breakfast comes from? What about the chocolate and sugar used to make that...

Edible Rhody Kids: Got Local Milk?

local milk illustration
How does milk get from farm to fridge?

Edible Rhody Kids: Be a Locavore Hero!

Healthy plate foods
Be a Locavore Hero! LOCAVORE: noun \ lo-ca-vore (lō-kə-ˌvȯr) \ definition : one who eats foods grown locally whenever possible origin:...
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