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    Success! He's devouring them! :-)

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    Home made pizza for lunch today. The only thing I had ingredients for....

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    We are having homemade hamburgers :-) so I did a plate up for DS of the same, just deconstructed as he can't hold a burger without it going everywhere! Plus some frozen peas & corn cause he loves them :-)

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    Chicken soup using leftover roast chicken from oporto.
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    Brown rice, quinoa, veggies and lamb stew. He loved it!

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    A typical kind of lunch around our house lately. Usually add more veg sticks but we only had cucumber left!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
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    A typical kind of lunch around our house lately. Usually add more veg sticks but we only had cucumber left!
    Looks like lunch at our house too. Cucumber has always been a staple. H also loves to pick at plain wholemeal pasta too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Chicken soup using leftover roast chicken from oporto.
    Right up my alley!!!

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    Chicken and veg pie (from the bakery) with veg. DS ate about about 5 pieces of corn and pronounced the rest "yucky". DD ate about 3/4 of hers.

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    This is typically what Mr nearly three eats every night for dinner - cucumber, cherry tomatoes, cabbage, pork and pasta.The protein changes and sometimes he'll have broccoli or corn on the cob instead of cabbage but essentially it's this. Every. Single. Night.


 

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