Archives for: August 2005, 09
Hooray! He loves it! I bought this stuff for my two year old Celiac, but the celiac turned it down! Since my O likes it, that's one more way to replace traditional wheat bread. Technically, I bought round spring rolls - the dry kind one can store within any kitchen cabinet. I guess they also make types that come from the freezer, but I haven't discovered those in my particular store yet. There are some great recipes on the net, and I hope to find several my kids enjoy.
I think my two year old turned it down because I filled it with lettuce, pinto beans and then pan fried them. They turned out a little soggy. We recently bought a toaster oven from Sears for 25 bucks (thank you Sears for that sale!) and I baked them for 10 minutes at 400 degrees. I filled it with simple moz cheese just to get my 6 year old to try it. Now that I have received a good review, I can work on a veggie meat combo or a fish veggie combo. I definately will have to play around with pan frying it as well.
We used to have pizza night every Friday. Perhaps I can make it "leftover" pizza night. For example, beans and rice, leftover chicken, tomato sauce, and cheese, leftover ground beef, pizza sauce and cheese, artichokes- garlic and spinach? I definately will have to play around with this one!
* There is only one good thing about the weather turning colder - the kitchen will be nice and warm once again!***