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    Default what did your parents feed you after school?

    In the NT mango season we got fresh mango that we climbed the huge trees to pick for ourselves.

    Sometimes we got mini satays that had been marinating overnight

    or a small bowl of rice custard

    What did you get as a kid?

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    Wow thats sounds nice. We never had anything like that. We mainly got a packet of chips, a peice of fruit, maybe some 2 minute noodles or toast...

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    fruit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sockstealingpoltergeist View Post
    fruit.
    Same here. Sometimes we would get home-made biscuits.

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    Yep we got fruit here too, or a Muesli bar

    Yours sounds so much tastier though wocket
    I want some of those mini satays

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    I've been wondering because I was reading a cook book that was full of nostalgic recipes. My little one isn't old enough for much in the way of solids yet but I'm thinking of putting together a cook book for her when she grows up.

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    My Mum was the queen of pikelets and scones, so lots of those or fruit.

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    I think the cookbook would be a great idea, I've heard of lots of people who've loved getting their Mum or Grandmas hand written cookbooks given to them.
    I just wish I was organised enough to write anything down the way I've actually cooked it

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    Dinner.

    And then when I started boarding at 16 the family only gave out little tidbits like fruit. I would rather be beaten rather starved like that, and they forbid anything else until dinner time! And by their "dinner time" at around seven I wasn't hungry anymore.

    I think it's a very healthy habit, little kids are after all hungry after school.

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    we mostly got fruit, crackers with cheese or homemade biscuits with a glass of milk.


 

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