Recently I found this post about using leftover roast meat. It so happened that we had a roast beef earlier this week and then the next night we used the leftovers. Below are my ideas to add to the challenge of what to do with leftover roast meat.
As our children go back to school here in Australia, thought I would do a roundup of some the lunchbox ideas I have found.
Here are the links:
- lunchbox ideas & a give-away
- healthy lunchbox ideas
- 7 sandwich free lunchbox ideas
- more lunchbox ideas
- 100 kids lunch ideas
- lunchbox doctor (a whole website devoted to healthy lunches & nutrition)
- nude food revolution
- gluten-free, nut free muesli bars
- rice paper rolls
- nut free bliss balls
What are your favourite lunch box ideas? Do you know of other useful lunchbox links?
People often talk about having to hide vegetables in food so that their children will eat them. I am quite practised at this as I do this for my husband as well. In fact my children for years had no idea of how fussy an eater their Dad
was is. My children are also not that fussed on vegetables either but would eat a greater variety than their father. They know I put all sorts of vegetables into the following dish but as it is processed up, they love it.
I have been doing the Zero to Hero blogging challenge and todays challenge was to publish in a different format. I nearly didn’t do this challenge but then remembered this Quote I read just after I started this blog. I was doubting myself, especially as there are so many blogs for food intolerances out there. However after reading this post and particularly the quote below I decided that I had something unique to add to the blogging world.
No human being who has ever lived (or will) can absorb, process and respond to life and experience the way you do.
What is it that you are called to do in your own unique way?
Ever since I have started this blog I have wanted to have a Facebook page to go with it as well. I have now started a Facebook page for this blog and it will be an extension of this blog. Just click here to like Feed My Family Facebook page.
On my Facebook page I will let you know when I have added a new post. I would also like to share more about what I have been cooking and also what other blogs or posts I am learning from.
I hope that connecting a Facebook page with this blog will enable me to make more of a community.
Come and join me on Facebook.
I’ve been struggling with what to bake for my husband as we have discovered that there is hidden sulphites in things like “pure” corn flour and tapioca flour. I suddenly remembered that there was no flour in peanut butter cookies so made them. Continue reading
One of the things that my son really misses as he can’t have dairy is things like creamy dips. I have experimented with a few things but this is my current dairy free version of French Onion dip. Continue reading
I started this blog less than 6 months ago and haven’t posted too much yet.
One of my reasons has been that a lot of the GF etc. recipes that I were using, I’m now not as my husband is reacting more and more to hidden sulphites, particularly in some of the alternative flours. Continue reading