Food & Travel
- Written by Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
A trip with your family is a great way to create lasting memories, but traveling with babies and kids can be challenging. Vacation times are among the busiest of the year at Canadian airports and delays in security screening can occur when travellers are unaware of what they can and cannot bring in their carry-on bags.
Getting through airport security quickly and easily will help get your family vacation off to a great start. Here are our top tips to make your next family getaway as smooth as possible.
- Written by Merry Kuchle; photo: PhotoXpress.com
I love hot dogs, I really do, but after one too many camping trips where they seemed to appear at every meal, enough was enough. Our family is comprised of two adults with a foodie bent, one ravenous teenager, one precocious preteen and a preschooler who subsists on air. Meals that are family-friendly and healthy(ish) are a must. Through trial and error, I’ve figured out how to keep everyone well fed and happy while unchaining myself from the camp stove.
- Written by Tiffany Doerr Guerzon, Photo: Ryan McVay/Photodisc/Thinkstock
With food prices on the rise, feeding a family on a budget is becoming more difficult. Luckily, even with high prices, there are still plenty of basic, simple methods to save money on food.
- Written by Lara Krupicka, Photo: Jupiterimages/Pixland/Thinkstock
“What's for dinner?” It’s the question that begs to be answered night after night, whether you want it to or not. And that's where it becomes a problem for many parents. But with one simple tool, which you can create for yourself, you can answer that question tonight and the next night and the next with relative ease. You'll be able to see at a glance the recipes you use most often and develop a meal plan from there. Here's how you can create your own monthly menu-planning tool.