breakfast. always consisting of: some of kind of grain and one of two types of fruits… it varies depending on season. We’re back in strawberry season here in Florida (woot!). It’s quick and easy and then about an hour later we’ll do a bit more… either toast or an organic frozen waffle.
things on toast… with avocado, cherry tomatoes, and cucumber. side of strawberries.
(yes, she has a new thing with pulling one arm out of her shirts. She wants to be in the 80’s.)
more toast: sweet plantain, avocado, cilantro.
two kinds of soup… sweet potato, corn, and kale chowder and a french onion-esque soup.
I’ve been asked about Marlowe’s utensil usage… for the most part we rely on hands for meal time, but she has been asking (pointing and grabbing) for spoons more. She does fairly well, but obviously still does better with her hands. With soups I tend to give her all the chunks out of soups and keep the broth to a minimal. Sometimes she gets bread with the soup and she is all about the dipping.
french toast, pineapple.
chickpea patty, avocado with lime, steamed peas, and steamed broccoli with nutritional yeast.
an example of leftover usage. looks gross, but didn’t taste bad and was devoured by Marlowe. Cooked kale, cooked into tomato, sun-dried tomato, onion sauce, with an artichoke ravioli.
cooked kale with a black bean and salsa quesadilla.
more spinach pies.