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    Late night home tonight means not the most nutritional dinner
    Chicken kebabs, cheese & baked beans

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    Dessert
    Banana, grapes and yoghurt

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    They were happy enough

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    Loving all the responses

    Keep taking pictures and forgetting to post them.

    Today's food was:
    Breakfast - 1/3 of a pawpaw, 2 mini apple buttermilk muffins
    Lunch - (I wasn't here) apparently lots of capsicum, small bit of trout, half a piece of toast, an egg and some mushroom
    Dinner - half an avocado, a big chunk of cheese and 3 potato gems

    Apparently my little miss was hungry today...

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    Miss 3s dinner last night
    Cheese and spinach ravioli with tomatoy sauce and bowl of fruit (strawberries, blueberries and grapes)

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    Miss 5 had the ravioli minus sauce ad an apple haha

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    Breakfast - mine and my daughter's on the same plate.

    Zucchini slice, pear & passionfruit.
    She's fickle this one... when I made the zucchini slice a couple of days ago she ate 3 pieces of it enthusiastically... now she won't eat more than 1.

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    dinner tonight for kids
    Chicken fillet cut up, cucumber and pasta ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1379713173.367300.jpg

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    Lime & pepper chicken, marinated artichoke and a salad skewer (cucumber, tomato, eggplant). DD ate some of the artichoke, some chicken and all the tomato - including most of my tomato!

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    Spaghetti for lunch. I pureed the sauce which had garlic, onion, carrot, zucchini, mushroom, celery, tomato. Added cheese & tinned salmon. He ate the whole bowl

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    We had chicken skewer for dinner but DS didn't want to touch it. He loves white rice so I grated cauliflower so it looked like rice, hid some shredded chicken, broccoli & sweet potato at the bottom, added white sauce and baked. He ate a whole bowl plus a handful of sweet potato chips

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    Morning tea. That halved banana in each bowl was the very last piece of fruit in my house... Time to go shopping!!

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    Honey soy chicken skewers, peas and sweet potato/pumpkin mash.
    We'll see how much gets eaten.
    DS1 will eat the chook and peas. DS2 probably just the chicken. Neither gave had sweet pot mash before, so fingers crossed.

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    Butter chicken with peas and rice
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    It's his favourite dinner !

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