It's had to tell, but this is sliced potatoes with dehydrated spinach and tomato. The bun looking thing is a breakfast Pig in a blanket. I cooked it over a fire.
Friday, August 7, 2015
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
I love using Easy LunchBoxes when we go camping. Easy to clean, food is separated, and the depth makes it easy for my disabled SO to pick them up. The Elder has Cerebral Palsy. His good hand has some fine motor skill issues.
Dinner one night. Hotdog, cheese stuffed sausage balls, baked beans and some fruit cocktail.
Breakfast of potatoes with dehydrated spinach and tomatoes. Scrambled eggs with dehydrated spinach and ham.
Karl showing off his breakfast. Everyone had a banana while I was making breakfast, hence why there is no fruit.
Monday, August 3, 2015
|Laurence of Arabia eating his Bosco stick.|
|My lunch. I don't think it was worth the $3.50. Kids get the same for $2.20.|
I am not saying that our lunch staff doesn't care. I KNOW they do. They were happy to see a parent having lunch with the kids. Several stopped and told me how they enjoyed seeing what I made the kids every day. Two mentioned how glad they were to see veggies on the plates of my kids. They wished more kids would eat them. I talked with them a bit as my older kids ran off to recess. It was clear even they were saddened by what they now had to offer for lunches.
|Clark picking at his pizza|
I once mentioned school lunches to other parents. I was told they were a godsend because their kids were picky eaters. I have 2 picky eaters. One is sensory based (also why I pack). One is not. I saw many of their picky eaters... Many of them barely touched their lunches. You know, that pizza that they love. Maybe 2 bites taken out of it. They ate the goldfish crackers though!
|Picky eater. At least he ate his apple and Bosco sticks.|