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    Default Kinda spin off: what are your kids having for dinner tonight?

    The other thread got me thinking about kids meals. DS normally eats what we eat, but occasionally for various reason, he eats something different.

    Tonight he is eating the same as us: beef stroganoff with rice and veg. (Peas corn, broccoli and zucchini)

    What other veg do your kids eat?

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    I fed my charge honey soy chicken with rice and vegetables

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    The same as me - sweet and sour chicken stirfry with rice.

    eta - I've not yet found a veggie my kids won't eat :-)

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    We're having butter chicken with rice and naan. Vegs in it are tomato, carrot, corn, broccoli, golden squash, spinach. DD eats all veggies, but can't eat too much tomato (nappy rash).

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    Oh and this kid eats everything. Tonight it was carrots, baby corn and capsicum. He loves zucchini and has a tomato, cucumber and snow pea salad most days with lunch! Bless him. Getting him to eat meat on the other hand...

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    Lasagne (which has zucchini, carrot and onion in it for extra veg) with a garden salad and some garlic bread.

    ETA - Um... and tomato in my lasagne. Somehow I forgot the most important vegetable included... lol.
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    We're all having pork sauasages with onion gravy, chive mash potato, corn cobs, carrots, peas and zucchini. One of the few meals DS2 will eat although he forgoes the gravy and onion.

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    DS: Pork and beans on rice. He only ate a couple of mouthfuls though, getting over illness.

    DD: spinach & cheese omelet & homemade fish fingers.

    I can't wait till we can all eat as a family. They eat at 5 though and that's far too early. DS usually gets our leftovers from the night before or if I'm organized a serve of what we're having. DD gets whatever finger foods I chuck on her tray while running around getting bath and jarmies ready.

    ETA DS will eat most veggies if cooked. Raw he won't touch. DD unsure yet, she seems happy to eat most things.

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    Lasagna that dd2 made.

    She cracked up that we only had tomato zucchini and carrot, normally it is jam packed with veg.

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    Tonight we are all having hot dogs, I try to include kid meals in my meal plans normally its on the weekend


 

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