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Posts Tagged “Darya Mead”

Thailand with Twins

Posted on November 22nd, 2016 by Manuela Hipkins

by Darya Mead, Well Kiddo’s Chief editor and Triporati Managing Producer  I recently returned from what I would call a mission, helping my cousin– a single mother of twin 11 month olds– while she covered a UN Climate Change Conference in Bangkok, Thailand.  Anxious before the trip, I wondered if my body, stamina and decades old skills would […]

“Sugar Bash” – “Me Time” goodies!

Posted on October 9th, 2016 by Manuela Hipkins

by Darya Mead My life is not that unusual, a constant juggle of work, family, friends and the world at large. I teach yoga, write, am a busy mom, and work hard to shop for healthy fare and prepare nutritious home cooked meals for my ever growing and active teenage boys. Yoga, self care and […]

Santa Monica Farmer’s Market

Posted on May 6th, 2016 by Manuela Hipkins

by Darya Mead   It bills itself as The largest grower-only Certified Farmers Market in Southern California and a favorite for local chefs. I have to concur, as a farmer’s market aficionado, I seek out fresh produce, flowers and other local products wherever I travel. Some of the French markets in Provence dazzle the senses […]

Sir Kensington, ‘the best for your wurst’!

Posted on March 17th, 2016 by Manuela Hipkins

Well Kiddos must be on the ‘condiments’ list for samples. This is the second package I have received in the last year with gourmet ketchups and other toppings to try. I have to giggle, as I’m not a huge user of gloppy sauces, but my kids really do love ketchup and we —of course— use mayo […]

Spicy, buffalo cauliflower wings !?

Posted on February 16th, 2016 by Manuela Hipkins

by Well Kiddos’ Chief editor: Darya Mead Superbowl 2016 is over and we can all go back to regularly scheduled eating. I am not a football fan and this year with the big game in my neighborhood, I wanted to avoid the whole dismal event, save Beyonce’s bold halftime statement. My husband and boys were […]