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28 Hudson Valley Parent n March 2016 241 North Road | Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 Early Education Center Empower Your Child's Learning Register now for spring daycare! Every child is unique and special, each with individual interests and needs. Since 1988, our holistic, child-centered approach, led by our experienced teachers, has helped children develop in a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment, allowing them to play and learn at their own pace. • Daycare for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years • Music Therapy • Yoga • Recreation Therapy • Movement Therapy • Animal Therapy • 2 Poughkeepsie locations • Literacy based curriculum • Special programs as approved (speech, special education, occupational and physical therapy) • Individual therapies available onsite, in community programs and in home Accredited by NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) and recipient of 2015 Dutchess-Putnam Childcare Council Award for Outstanding Special Needs Program. Call today at (845) 431-8826 to reserve your space! 3206 Rt. 9W New Windsor, NY 12553 (845) 561-5227 301 Main Street Beacon, NY 12508 (845) 831-5995 ORANGEPEDIATRICCARE.COM ORANGE PEDIATRIC CARE, P.C. Looking for Quality, Compassionate, Personalized Pediatric Care? Call us today for care you and your child will know and trust! Maria Bernardez, MD - Board Certifi cate, FAAP Pediatrician • Evelyn Santiago, FNP Flu vaccines and Flumist now available. Get your fl u shot/mist early before they run out! N o time to plan a meal the entire family will enjoy? Try one - or all - of these tasty entrees to save you time and stress in the kitchen. Asian chicken meatballs In Japan, these are served on bamboo skewers, as an appetizer, but I was introduced to them over rice as a main course, and will forever regard them in that way. Ingredients Meatballs - 1 lb. ground chicken - ½ T. sake (this is an Asian wine, found at a liquor store) - 1 T. starch (potato or corn) - 2 green onions, nely chopped - 1 in. piece of ginger, shredded (I've used 1 t. ground ginger in a pinch) - 1 egg Sauce - 1/3 c. soy sauce (If you're gluten free, check your label; we use coconut aminos instead of soy) - 1/3 c. sake - 1/3 c. mirin (found at an Asian market, or the Asian section of the grocery store) - 1 T. sugar Directions To make the sauce: 1. In a medium-sized saucepan, whisk together the soy sauce, sake, mirin, and sugar. 2. Bring to a boil, and then simmer until slightly thickened, about 30 3 recipes for busy parents By Stephanie Sandler

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