Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving, from our HBMH family to yours!

Today was a day filled with fun, food, and friends! We celebrated the holiday with baking, craft making, reading Thanksgiving books, and of course, our traditional feast.

DSC_0400DSC_0399DSC_0369Our Apple friends made place mats, describing what they’re most thankful for.DSC_0364DSC_0394DSC_0396DSC_0397Our friends enjoyed tasty chicken, corn, vegetables, delicious sweet potatoes, cranberries, with muffins and pumpkin pie for dessert. – Thank you Ms. Tami for creating our feast (and Apple & Pear children for baking our tasty deserts!)
DSC_0380DSC_0384DSC_0403DSC_0388DSC_0370DSC_0373Tiny fingers explore new textures of the fruits and vegetables.
DSC_0361DSC_0358DSC_0359Happy Thanksgiving!

Chef’s Corner: What’s on the Menu Today?

The delicious aroma of home-cooked spaghetti filled the halls this morning as we prepared for lunch time. Ms. Tami, our honorary Chef (Head of School, Owner and Directress) was busy all morning boiling noodles, slicing fresh vegetables and fruits, sauteing Italian sausage, in addition to a large pot of organic vegetable tomato sauce made from scratch. Lunch time could not come soon enough!

Fresh bokchoy, yellow squash, rainbow chard and naval oranges and clementines provided by one of our friends in their weekly fruit and vegetable basket.

Fresh bokchoy, yellow squash, rainbow chard and naval oranges and clementines provided by one of our friends in their weekly fruit and vegetable basket; tasty and healthy flavors to add to today’s recipe!

Tasty rainbow chard salad, sauteed with olive oil.

Tasty rainbow chard salad, sauteed with olive oil.

The source of the yummy smell that filled our school: tomato, vegetable and Italian sausage pasta sauce, made purely from scratch.

The source of the yummy smell that filled our school: organic tomato, vegetable and Italian sausage pasta sauce, made purely from scratch.

Baked spaghetti topped with shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheeses.

Baked spaghetti topped with shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheeses.

Cranberries marinating in  a bath of apple cider and cinnamon, to be used later for apple cider!

Cranberries marinating in a bath of apple cider and cinnamon, to be used later for apple cider!

Our taste-testers were pleased!

Our taste-testers were pleased!

DSC_0464DSC_0458All of our meals are prepared from careful observation, assessing which foods the children do/do not like to eat. This meal proved to be a success, as with many of the other food we serve on a daily basis. Our young friends learn to appreciate a healthy diet through daily meals such as this, rich in nutrients, proteins and vitamins necessary to their young, growing bodies. There is a great deal of love served with each meal as well!