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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Crumbed lamb cutlets with roasted rainbow carrots & potato and steamed greens. DD ate the veggies and said the lamb was yucky. More for me

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    Off topic but where are the plates from?!

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    @moosey - I think I got them from Big W, possibly where the picnic stuff is or maybe just with the normal plates. Can't remember! They're "Eco" plates, made from recycled material. I really like them, much better than the junky kids plastic plates that warp in the dishwasher or crack easily.

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    Chicken "lollypops" and veggies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Chicken "lollypops" and veggies
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    Yum!! How do you do the 'lollypops'?

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    Default Show me your kids' food!

    My butcher cuts them for me ( cuts off the little gristle part of the chicken wing and french cuts the bone ) and then I just made a marinade of Maple syrup and Tamari ( wheat free soy sauce) and bake them! All the kids love them as they are easy to hold and there is really only 1 bone in them - they are a great party food ( I also crumb and bake them as well) and I'll be using them in his lunch box next year!

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    Homemade pork dumplings & fried rice DD didn't love it but DSD did ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1424510884.797436.jpg

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    Tonight was homemade baked beans, scrambled eggs and toast. We've had a massive food weekend so just needed something simple!ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1424594281.690806.jpg

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    Default Show me your kids' food!

    I'm loving the variety of plates 👍
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    Toasted tuna, cheese, avo and spinach wrap
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