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I wanted to thank everyone for their responses…
- February 23, 2014 at 3:55 pm in reply to: Picky, Picky, Picky- How To Deal with Picky Eaters #451416
We have had to deal with not only kids but the dh as well not eating so many things. for the dh its basically just onions that he can see. with the kids, only my boys are picky eaters they won’t eat most veggies.
the two oldest out grew their dislike of veggies except corn and dried beans. the youngest still has this issue. we take our veggies and puree them adding them into sauces and such.
the oddest one of his “issues” is tomatoes. he wont eat anything that has a piece of tomato in it, but he loves tomato based sauces. so spaghetti, chili etc have been taken to where the chunks are now simply sauce.
he has however started adapting in his early teens now that he is helping to cook meals, in fact he often cooks dinner by himself. still wont touch a salad or asparagus but at least he has gotten better at trying new veggies.
how long should these last hidden from everyone, would it be better to freeze or would they weep?
would plum butter be made the same way as apple butter? It sounds YUMMY would love to try it this year.
this reminds me of what we call cowboy stew, my son is a very picky eater but loves red beans and rice, so the next night we take the left over beans and sausage toss in browned ground beef (very lean normally chuck) tomato paste, corn and a touch of chili powder letting it simmer for about 30 minutes or simply reheating it in the crock pot. Serve as a stew or over rice.
- April 13, 2011 at 6:33 pm in reply to: Bayou Gumbo (Requires 15 minute prep before dumping;->) #429862
this sounds delicious, the great thing about gumbo is you can toss in other meats like chicken or pork and the cuts of meat dont need to be premium, i would use leg quarters that have been boiled, deboned and diced, or even left over ham. Its one of those great melting pot types of dishes. If your lucky enough to have gator around definitely toss a bit of that in the pot.
thanks for the homemade velveeta recipe… i was looking into making cheese at home and when i told dh i had found a recipe for english blue cheese he was like good now learn to make velveeta
i am in complete awe and printing this out to show to the hubby maybe he will take a hint, it would be amazing to have that much stockpiled not to mention that organized.