bread soup, extra tomatoes.
sweet potato, kale, potato &corn hash
bagel, topped with tofutti, avocado, shredded carrots
noodle soup: packed with tofu, carrots, sweet potatoes, and seaweed. It was random and not awful. similar recipe: HERE
extra green pasta
pinto bean, white rice, and avocado taco.
garden greens (tatsoi) with sherry vinaigrette, and chickpea patties.
tatsoi again (sorry alex, for cutting them too earlier 😉 pinto beans, and roasted carrots and honey for dipping.
she didn’t eat the carrots*
orange zested pancakes with coconut whipped cream and mango.
I’ve been trying hard to get her to experiment with food cooked in different styles. she’s not awful to eat at restaurants with, but I’d like her to be more open to trying new food cooked in different ways. Sometimes it’s easy and she’s happy to try and sometimes she won’t even taste something. I figured Id start with something simple: carrots. The girl is happy to eat them raw, but roasted, boiled, or steamed? forget it. She didn’t eat these. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve forever grateful that my kid loves raw carrots— but I figured I’m going to keep striving for more. After all, I’d like her to be on master chef junior by the time she’s six 😉 Unlike Marlowe, I prefer carrots roasted— deeply roasted— basically burnt— and wouldn’t you know, her way of eating them is healthier than mine anyway 😉 What about you, roasted or raw?