We have some friends that live right by an amazing gf restaurant and so it’s really nice for us to meet there with our little toddlers. My son didn’t eat all of his large portion of mac and cheese so I was able to send with him to day care the next day. Day care menu: ground beef, tater tots, applesauce, peas with fruit and blueberry muffins (junky mini ones) as snack.
My husband cooked the lamb/rice dish. Sorry no recipe – it’s from a library cookbook, which we photocopied and returned. Don’t know whatthe cookbook is called. It was delicious. Day care menu: cod nuggets, blueberry muffins, pineapple bits, green beans, with fruit and yogurt as snacks.
We were home sick for two days (when I started my blogging break). During that time my little guy basically stopped eating. I tried to entice him with favorite foods and it didn’t work. I would have taken a picture of what he ate for lunch at home, but he didn’t eat. Friday’s lunch (above) was on the light side since he had rejected many attempts of mine to feed him and I didn’t want to waste anymore food. Day care menu: tuna with pasta, pineapple bits, green beans.
I bought those rolls at Whole Foods and they contained no gluten. Reading every label is essential.
This is what I considering an “old school” lunch. If I was working construction in the 1940’s, I’d carry a sausage, simple roasted veggies, and a crust of bread thrown in there. I felt like one of these guys: