Raddish - bringing families together
This tradition has been carried on in my own home. Whenever possible, we eat as a family at our big farm table discussing the day.
What is that old saying....
Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; show him how to catch fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.
This is how I feel about cooking and kitchen science. If the children understand how and why it all comes together each night, then they will be ahead of game when they have to cook for themselves.
I am uber excited to share a new product with you. Have you heard of Raddish?
Raddish is a monthly subscription box that gets delivered right to your door. What's in it? It is filled with culinary adventures and family fun! Each monthly box is themed and has everything except the ingredients.
Here is what is included:
- 3 family friendly recipe guides
- 2 creative activities
- A list of the groceries needed for each recipe
- A skill card
- An adorable Raddish patch you can iron on the Apron (which comes free with a 3,6 or 12 month subscription)
- New theme each month
- Table Talk Cards (LOVE THESE!)
Even the "older" children will get into it with the CHEMISTRY aspect.
|Love how it has the pictures and words. All ages will be able to help out without frustration.|
|Probably one of the elements that I LOVE the most are these Table Talk Cards. |
Who would benefit from a Raddish monthly subscription?
Young children (ages 3-6) with parents guidance
Kids & tweens (ages 7-12)
Parents (Love the shopping lists)
Busy Families - it's all laid out for you!
The quality of the paper, printing and products are superior!
You won't find another product like this on the market.
There are four levels of subscription and you can check them all out over at the Raddish site.
I can't wait to share all the fun we had in the kitchen making a recipe from our Raddish box!
"The creator of Raddish, Samantha Barnes, hopes families everywhere will share in these simple pleasures that cooking together can foster. "
DISCLOSURE: I was given a Raddish box to review. The words and opinions are all my own.