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    We already ate but ill try remember tomorrow

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    Apologies in advance for the lines instead of paragraphs, something strange is going on with what I'm typing.
    Thanks for the pictures so far (quite the cutie you have there, bubintummy)! They don't NEED to be inspiring, I like looking at food even if it's vegemite on toast :P
    As for my daughter's dinner (she's 11 months), this is what she was given.. I ate some, and the dog had leftovers. The second shot is pikelets that I'm currently making for her breakfast and to freeze, assuming I don't eat them all tonight.P1050502.jpgP1050503.jpg

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    Subbing! Ds just finished his dinner dammit haha

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    This was dinner that DS cooked the other night. It's a potato and leek frittata.
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    Crumbed chicken breast and pasta and veges

    Eta: he only ate the chicken
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    Tonight DS had pasta with roasted tomato sauce and cheese. Didn't get a pic but I'll try to remember tomorrow.

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    Great thread!
    I could take a pic of what DD (13 months) is offered/fed for dinner, but what she actually eats is another story. She is offered vegies at every main meal but has started flinging them on the floor
    How much of what people cook for their bubs is actually eaten, I wonder? DD now flatly refuses to be spoon fed most vegies (I've done a mix of BLW and spoon since she was 5 months) but if left to self feed the rest ends up on the floor.

    Tonight I fed her a variety of bits and pieces for dinner to keep her interested, it's the only way she'll actually consume food lately
    No pic, but she had: 3 slices of ham, a slice of cheese, a pickle, a handful of sultanas and a pancake sprinkeld with grated cheese!
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    Kidlets had this with some mash for dinner. Not the prettiest looking thing but was yummy.

    Its pan fried Cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, onion, beef strips coated with mixed herbs, some curry powder and garlic.
    I cooked heapsss plenty to have left overs for lunch the next day but errr they had 2 bowls full and no left overs now.

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    Nearly 3year old DS had boring lamb and 3 veg tonight ( steamed green beans, zucchini and purple cauliflower) and he's addicted to purple cauliflower and when I added olive oil and lemon juice to it , it went Fluro pink/purple!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Wait wait wait!!! How did you make It purple! Did you buy It purple and add the stuff to make it a fluro pink or...

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    I got purple cauliflower from coles last week

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