Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Wink Juice & Nudge-Nudge Pizza

surprisingly.coordinated

(Entirely too coordinated today, Eleni requested a portrait by the cutting table upon completing her dressing.)

Thank you, thank you a million times thank you! You guys are so smart and veggie-lovin, I knew all I had to do was ask. And I should have mentioned that I have skimmed through my friend's copy of Deceptively Delicious, which I think is a great concept, not a new concept (who among us doesn't sneak in a smidge of strained spinach with every spoonful of strained sweet potoates that baby will tolerate?), but really a great concept for a cute book. The reason I haven't purchased it, is because so many of the recipes are for dishes I couldn't get Joseph to eat whether or not they're made with a sneak of veggies. In addition to being adverse to vegetables, he is just sooooo picky. No grapes, oranges, berries of any sort, watermelon, sauces (unless on pizza), meatloaf, raviolis, soups (except broth from chick-noodle) etc. etc. Clearly his don't list is too long to continue, but the other thing I find is that the easier it is to hide a vegetable the less nutritional value it seems to have. Its the greens we seem to have the most trouble finding a way to fit in. But after 17+ years parenting, I've learned to not turn mealtime into a warzone. I refuse to. Not to mention, it has never helped one of my kids like something new. I think its perfectly fine for him to have dislikes, I just want help his tastebuds mature a bit.

almost.a.match

(So as not to completely disappoint her fans, she has chosen to just barely mismatch those socks. Artistic genius, I say. But, well, could be bias.)

But your enthusiasm, and great ideas, have given me new inspiration and hope! Jeff and I have been meaning to get a garden started, which we hope to embark on this summer (would love some chickens too, but no one has trouble stomaching eggs, so that can wait.) We've also read article after article about how much it helps to not only grow food with your kids, but to also include them in the preparation of meals. I can mostly definitely vouch for that one. Though this could get dicey when covert carrot operations are underway at the stove while their backs are turned. But we'll figure that out.

I have tried the V-8 fusion and already had that in the fridge, and I'm not kidding, when I tell you that last night as Joseph was enjoying a glass of it, he overheard Nicolas read aloud from the bottle that "every glass has a full serving of vegetables and fruits! - Wow, thats great!"

To which Joseph replied, "What? Oh. I don't really like this." And has refused to drink it this morning. Anticipating this, I bought JuicyJuice at the market last night, and when everyone cleared the kitchen, I mixed in about 25% purple carrot juice and hid the evidence. Wink Juice. He rather enjoyed it this morning with his breakfast.

And tonight for dinner, I will peel a zucchini (God as my witness) and shred it into the mozzarella that will top his favorite homemade pizza. Nudge-Nudge Pizza. I have a notion to also sneak some flecs of spinach in the sauce.....but I better do this gracefully and gradually.

Other items on the to-try list will be some pumpkin pancakes, zucchini bread, and carrots in the mac & cheese. I know there's more, but that's on the mind at present.

I'll report back. Thanks to all my field correspondents!
xoxo, Anna

84 comments:

  1. Eleni's slightly mismatched socks are the best. She would probably love a set of socks from www.littlemissmatched.com--they sell them in sets of three, each one different. I have lots of sets, and bonus coverage--if you lose one in the wash, totally doesn't matter!

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  2. i didn't comment last time ... it just didn't feel appropriate given that my kids love veggies.
    but i can attest to the fact that gardening makes the kiddos SO MUCH more interested in what is on their plate.
    my girls' favorite summer meal is on a blanket in the yard ... nibbling on cucumbers, tomatoes, snap peas, zucchini and peppers straight outta the garden. (along with some cheese slices and crackers). mom's favorite no-fuss meal too.

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  3. When my husband was out of town last week the boys took turns helping me make dinner. When the youngest (7 yrs) saw the veggie steamer (aka spaceship) he was dying to cook something in it. I only had zucchini (which he hates)but he went for it. At dinner he actually ate all that I put on his plate! Totally unexpected, but I think helping in the kitchen did the trick. That night at least!

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  4. if you are so inclined, your son may enjoy Juice Plus...is is a chewable food supplement that is all natural with 17 whole veggies in each tablet. There is also a fruit one! my kids like them and it assures me they are getting the veggies no matter what. just google it. Juice Plus- sold by independent distributors (which i am not one of :)
    peace! -oh, and i had chickens once..and a fox got them...so make sure to have a roof even if it's just chicken wire!

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  5. I haven't read through all the comments on the other post, but any chance he's a supertaster? (here's the Wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supertaster)
    I'm quite sure that I'm one and 2 of my daughters. As an adult I've "acquired" a taste for some items that supertasters hate (ie coffee and spinach). But, I know the struggle! I'm trying to remove the dinner time struggles and still allow the rest of the family the opportunity to try something new. Difficult it is!

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  6. oh my gosh, this is hilarious. eleni's clothing choices always remind me of my own as a child. she is adorable. and stealthy operation: veggies?! so funny.

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  7. My kids love veggie's, so as someone else mentioned, I feel bad commenting. Here are some tricks that work for visiting friends, though:

    1 cup of pureed sweet potatoes, squash, or pumpkin mixed in with pancake batter

    any pasta dish you can throw your zucchini into without detection

    smoothies are your new best friend. Make sure to add a green apple and a drizzle of honey and you can hide about anything! Try avocado, yogurt, honey, vanilla, and ice cubes...sounds awful, tastes wonderful!

    I'm also a firm believer that gardening helps kids to enjoy their vegetables. I had one picky one for awhile, gardening took care of that. She will now eat a tomato like an apple!

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  8. A bigger concern for me when I see/hear other parents lamenting that their young'un doesn't eat their veggies or whatnot is that it DOES become a warzone; they let it, and they unwittingly foster it. And that has far worse short- and long-term negative effects than the lack of a spoonful of green stuff at each meal. 'Warzone' conditioning spills over into every other contentious area as the child gets older, too. So sad to see, and super hard to undo. Glad you have your head in the game where that bit is concerned. I have always been of the "Ma Ingalls" school of thought at dinnertime: what's available is what I made and that's that. Affluence and insecurity can unravel what should be so basic. I'll stop now....... fingers are crossed that it works itself out!! :)

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  9. The gardening really does help to encourage kids to try new things, and there are lots of heirloom seeds available that are just plain cool - Purple Cherokee Tomatoes, bright purple green beans (are they still green beans if they are purple?), blue potatoes, Chioggia beets that are red and white striped and brightly colored swiss chard. My son refused to even consider trying a pepper until we found purple sweet peppers at a local Amish stand, sometimes novelty is enough to temp kids into trying new things.

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  10. The mismatched socks - cracking me up. My daughter is 11 and would rather me think she is going for the fashion statement rather than being lazy and actually finding the matching socks!!!

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  11. Our kids were super excited to start seeds over the weekend and like checking on them daily. I'm sure that will get old quickly till they actually start to see some green pop up, but non-the-less they are excited. Since V-8 Fusion is out you could try Vruit which also has loads of veggies and tastes great, but is a little harder to find. Some grocery stores carry it in the "healthy" isle and Whole Foods or co-ops have it. Although the "experts" don't agree with it, the allure of a treat has gotten our kids to eat a good amount of veggies and luckily yogurt is a favorite treat! Unfortunately their favorite veggies have always been asparagus and avacados--how come they pick the most expensive thing in MN? Another healthy treat we've gotten them to eat that they don't realize is good is hummus with some whole wheat pita bread. Good luck, it's a struggle for every parent.

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  12. Annie2:24 PM

    Oh wow, all I can say is your blog makes me want to sew and garden and cook and paint and draw and on and on!!! LOVE the Ruthie clutch! Anyway, my best veggie sneak is in turkey meatloaf -- I smash up one of those little cans of sliced carrots and mix in with ground turkey meatloaf mixture. Adds a bit of sweetness and lots of moistness! I also top it with a mixture of 1/3 cup each ketchup and brown sugar, a teaspoon of dry mustard and pinch of nutmeg -- yummy! Cheers!

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  13. I love Eleni's choice for fashion today. She's adorable and the socks, mismatched...I don't think so. Colorful and inventive? Yes, most definitely!

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  14. Wait a minute, the last time I saw that shirt that Eleni is wearing, it was on Isabela!

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  15. Congrats on refusing to engage in food wars. Unfortunately, I'm a victim of those. If I refused a food (usually a vegetable) my mother would set a timer and tell me I must eat a set amount of the refused food or receive a spanking. It was not pleasant, I got spanked a lot and it did NOTHING to expand my food tastes. I remain, at 40, just as picky an eater as I was at 5.

    I love Eleni's style sense. Second congrats on fostering such individuality!

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  16. Anonymous4:55 PM

    OMG I love Eleni's style! I am 37 year old mother of 4 sons and I still wear mismatch socks! Thanks Ana for the post it made me smile:)~ SusieQ

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  17. Just wanted to say thanks for the beautiful fabric you create. I had my first bundle arrive in the mail (of Garden Party designs) today and it's absolutely LOVELY. (And so happy looking too!)

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  18. i'd like to come to your house for just one day. mostly, i'm curious to see if it really is as colorful as i think it is.


    how about some wide angle house-landscape pics, AMH?


    PS- how's the belly?

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  19. My daughter always mismatches her socks. Artistic genius I say, too!

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  20. Wink Juice - love it!

    Marina xox
    (Wink Designs)

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  21. about the socks...i have an 17 year old girl who considers it a badge of honor that her socks never match...she just grabs blindly from the sock basket and puts em on! go figure...everything else is put together but not the socks! :)

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  22. Your daughter has beautiful eyes...I believe they look like yours....LOVE those socks!

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  23. She's a beauty :) NOT SURPRISING at all, as I've seen her parents.

    My girlfriend posted this recipe today on her blog. Your boy may not be totally fooled because the drink is green, but I think it looks yummy!

    http://divine-domesticity.blogspot.com/2009/02/fruits-and-greens-smoothies.html

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  24. *sigh* gorgeous outfit... and lovely that she is so proud of it...

    I'm 100% with you on not making meal times battle grounds. Like you, I decided that boundaries and discipline would be worked out in other ways. As my girls were fussy eaters, it meant that I did a LOT of customised meals.

    I felt it was important to respect their palate, their food tastes, just as it was important to respect their style palette. Children learn to trust their own body, their own perception, when the parent doesn't over-ride them.

    So, give them the health messages, but don't tell them it tastes great when their senses are telling them it doesn't.

    Yaayo, I'm just nattering what you already know...

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  25. My mom always shredded carrots to put in her spaghetti sauce and made "orange" mashed potatoes with, you guessed it, pureed carrots.

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  26. my boys (who are admittedly not as picky as your Joseph) will eat anything in a cake. I have even got prunes past them in a cake.

    Problem is all the sugar etc- but it does get them to eat a new fruit or veg.

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  27. I just love the socs! =)

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  28. Anonymous8:50 AM

    Have him checked for food allergies (simple blood test). Our family didn't eat so many vegetables either until we discovered that we had intolerances to wheat, dairy, corn and sugar. We eliminated all of those from our diet (only painful for a short time) and now we love our veggies!

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  29. We boil baby carrots or cauliflower with our potatoes for orange mashed potatoes or cauliflower for the simple white ones. They don't know the difference but do love a touch of the orange color. Sorry I'm not much help.

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  30. The mention of fruits & vegies in the Fusion reminds of the commercial for Ravioli where the mom is trying to make noises so her son doesn't hear the dad saying that there are veggies in the Ravioli. Good Luck

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  31. I absolutely love that grin on your daughter's face -- she has adorably confident expressions!

    And I sympathize completely with you on dealing with a picky eater. I didn't buy "Deceptively Delicious" for the same reasons -- it doesn't do much good to hide cauliflower in macaroni and cheese when my boy won't eat mac and cheese in the first place!

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  32. My hubbie has still not noticed squash puree (at my house...baby food) in the mac and cheese...though he noticed the carrots. And I've decided to stop telling him the extra ingredients after he doesn't notice.

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  33. Some great ideas from folks about hidden veggies - it's given me some ideas for my boys! But another you might want to try is Magic Muffins. Chocolate muffins with a secret ingredient - grated beetroot.Its a bit like carrot cake, makes it soft and sweet and they are none the wiser! Love your fabrics as well :0)

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  34. The sweet potato pancakes are the best. My kids love them (from Deceptively Delicious) and I've fed them to my nieces who otherwise wouldn't touch a sweet potato with a 10 foot pole, and they were none the wiser! The sweet potato grilled cheese is good too! Good luck, love the idea of the carrot juice in the juicy juice, I'll have to try that one!

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  35. I am so with you on not making mealtimes wartimes. My four girls have all had very different taste buds and I really haven't made a fuss about their limited fruit and veg choice.I have just made it one of the house rules that everyone has to have 5 portions of fruit and veg a day.If that is the same fruit and veg everyday then so be it.It's amazing how soon they get bored and start to include other favourites.Sometimes the key is not to even acknowledge the new food.Other times lots of praise works.Depending on the child and the time!

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  36. As a Mom of 7 and Grandma of 8 I too am very thankful for Juice Plus capsules for the adults and gummies for the kids. The kids love them and I love knowing that there is gold standard research to show the benefits of taking it. Every day we have 17 fruits, veggies, and grains circulating in our blood without any herbicides or pesticides. I have been taking it for 13 years and I hardly ever get sick. Many Drs. recommend it to their patients and there is even a study on Juice Plus and pregnancy. Our company even gives it to children (ages 6-16) free for three years with an adult order. You can order from my web site or if you have questions my e-mail is delgarippa_at_aol_dot_com.

    My daughter Hannah is the one who mentioned giving it to the inner city kids she works with.

    www.berrygoodnutrition.com

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  37. Ack! I feel your pain. My son will only eat hot dogs and chicken nuggets. You can't really sneak anything into those dishes. Of course, I've never attempted to make a hot dog either!

    We rely on VRUIT juice - veggies and fruit - all organic. I'd just pour the juice in a glass pitcher and see if he'd drink that. Sneakily discard the boxes! They come in four or five different flavors.

    I can sometimes get him to drink smoothies. I usually put in a banana, vanilla yogurt, ice and milk and then mix it up with a little carrot juice or something complimentary like that.

    I TRIED doing a "green slime" smoothie where I put in some fresh spinach leaves and went heavy on the orange juice and bananas, but he was on to me.

    Good luck! If you find something working for you, please post it so I can glean some helpful info.

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  38. Oh Anna, your V8 story reminds me of this Chef Boyardee commercial they just started showing:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeDjuKYzX8w

    cracks me up, every time!!!

    :)

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  39. Anonymous12:00 PM

    Beautiful outfits and love the oil cloth (previous posts). My daughter will eat just about any pureed vegetable mixed in scrambled eggs. Cauliflower is easiest (no color effect), but green eggs (spinach, kale, chard) and ham works great too!

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  40. One thing that i found that works it to let your child name the food. My son calls cereal bars . . pizza and spaghetti worms. He has oral defensivness and it's a struggle to get him to eat anyting. BUt i have found that If i let him give the food it's own name he tends to want to eat it.

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  41. I love your blog, the colors are just wonderful--especially Ellen's socks :)
    I'm interested to see how it plays out with the stealthy veggies. I have a picky Pete myself (well, his name's Collin) who only likes PB&J and chicken nuggets and lately he's been telling me he is sick of eating PB&J...

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  42. I love the color! I am a "by-the-book" type of chick. So,I whole-heartedly admire the bravery of those who whole-heartedly jump into the color wheel and embrace every single color combination possible.Kudos on the color!

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  43. My mom used to puree the veggies that she used in spaghetti sauce: green peppers, onions, etc. ... This trouble taken because of my baby sister who is still picky... to this day (she's 35 now), she can still eat a plate of spaghetti leaving a neat little pile of meat to the side. Not sure if she ever figured out she's eating vegetables.

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  44. I wonder... did you breast feed him?
    because my most difficult children are two of the triplets.
    My two eldest children were breast fed and have never been fussy...
    I wonder if it could be related...

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  45. I was not able to breast feed my children and they love vegetable. The rule in our house is that you must try everything on your plate, but you don't have to eat all if you don't like it. Sometimes they get more excited about trying out a new food than I do, certainly more than my husband, who thinks if there is lettuce in his hamburger, he is done with with his vegie quota for the week. He is a struggle, even though, he is getting alot better--after 14 years.

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  46. SO many good thoughts here! I did nurse all the kids for a year or more, and kept up with all my variety of foods while doing so....even the spicy ones some say you shouldn't!
    xo,Anna

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  47. Anna -
    i posted a comment earlier about my son AJ the Unbelievably Picky. I wanted to share one more story. We were all in the car yesterday and my husband claimed to have read (I don't know if he did or made it up) that a person's tastes and preferences stay the same from age 2 to 8, and then start expanding. My son said "I'm almost 9." We agreed. There was a pause from the back seat, and then he said "Don't expect much." Oh well.

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  48. Wow! 17 years of parenting and another on the way! That's a lot like me--I have a teenager and an infant. However, I have just the 2 kids (for now). I waited a long time between.

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  49. How I love your blog. Your colors, creations, pictures - all of it. Most of all I love your inspiring and positive energy. That helps my creative spirit.

    thank you dear.

    Stephanie

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  50. My 27 yr old daughter STILL wears mismatched socks and always has! Her only criteria - they have to "feel" the same ... heavy sock with heavy sock. Gotta love a creative mind!

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  51. I am portuguese, and i´ve found u cause i was asking about fabrics!
    Beautiful fabrics u have, and all your blog is colour,and good feelings :)
    I just love it!
    I will be back here again!
    Good luck ;)

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  52. Anonymous9:00 AM

    I really believe in gardening with your children.... It will help them to like their veggies:)

    We grow all kinds of vegetables and my daughters will now eat anything:)

    ~Renee


    gardendesk.com

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  53. Science to the rescue! Apparently if you can get kids to eat a few veggies, they will eat more if they have a cooler name (preferably with super-powers!)

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/livescience/20090302/sc_livescience/kidspreferveggieswithcoolnames

    Not sure how you'll get them to eat the first ones, but it's worth a shot! :)

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  54. I will second (third?) the comments about gardening and helping in the kitchen. Our children have decided the liked all sorts of things that they had a hand in. Also, if his fruit issues will allow it, I'd try hiding greens in smoothies. Fritters are great, though fried, as are crudites with lots of dip, if he goes for that sort of thing.

    I don't make meal times a war, but in our house, with six children and one paycheck, I don't make customized meals. My job is to provide enough nourishing food, their job is to eat it. Or not. I try not to make things that I know people will hate, but since everyone has different tastes, sometimes they just have to suck it up. We permit no yucky comments about food, and they have to take at least a small portion of everything and eat three bites of each thing. If they don't choose reasonable bites, then we do. Children's tastes change and develop as they grow, so we keep introducing things to them. Also, we want them to learn to eat anything that is served to them at other people's homes without color commentary (with the exception of allergies or religious prohibition, of which we have none of the first and few of the second). We in the US have enough wealth that we can have preferences and be picky. There are many people in the world who are happy to eat the same thing at each meal. We want our children to understand that.

    Our second son was the pickiest of all of ours (though not as bad as I read/hear from other parents), and his palate expanded quite a bit after his tonsils and adenoids were taken out. We think his impaired sense of smell is what did him in. If all you could do was feel the food and taste it a little bit, you probably wouldn't like a whole lot either. He also was the one who wouldn't eat any soft foods as a baby. He didn't eat solids until he was able to eat table food. The texture was just too much for him, which if he couldn't taste it sufficiently makes sense. This may or may not have any bearing on your situation.

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  55. Another veggie idea. . . Have you ever tried spaghetti squash? You split it in half, clean it out,turn upside down in a dish, add 1/2"-1" water, and bake at 350 for 45 minutes. When it's done, you scoop it out with a fork and - if I'm lyin' I'm dyin' - it looks just like spaghetti noodles. Put some carrot-infested sauce on top and you just might be voted Mother of the Year.

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  56. Off topic. I assume you've seen these, but just in case, check out the Pouf/Ottoman.

    http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6504673

    -Jill

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  57. Hey
    Can we have a tutorial on how you painted the cabinet in the background of the picture? It's lovely.
    Julie

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  58. I just happened to borrow the D.D. cookbook from my sister last week. I have yet to try it, because my kids actually love veggies (what magic did I work there?), but there are some nice ideas. The cauliflower in mashed potatoes did work for us a couple of weeks ago...the 100% pureed cauliflower, treated like mashed potatoes, did NOT. :)

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  59. I don't hide vegetables, but I do find it's easier to get the kids to eat them when they are part of the dish, not on the side (I think because it would take too long to pick EVERY piece out).

    Eg. shepherds pie with peas and sweetcorn etc. mixed well into the meat. Whenever we have pasta I add peas and carrot cubes etc. stirred into the sauce. My kids love those veggie burgers that are made up of veggies (not tofu or whatever). Things like bubble and squeak makes cabbage more appealing. Sometimes just cooking it differently works eg. sweet potato fries. Roasted parsnips. My kids like a stew with parsnips in - I think because it's sweeter than stews with garlic etc. Cornish pasties taste good and it's hard to tell there's veggie cubes in them.

    I don't know if that helps. I'm not much of a cook and, of course, my tastes are British, and I think we often use different veggies, as I usually have to tell the supermarket cashiers what the parsnips are... Take care.

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  60. Oh Anna Maria! I LOVED the project you did with Martha Stewart! It was beautiful. My daughter has a birthday coming up, and I think I will do this for her birthday present! Lovely!
    I just ordered some of you Sparrow in Almond. I am making a diaper bag for my SIL out of that, some of Amy Butlers Moon in Tangerine, and some dark brown upolstery velvet. It will be beautiful and I know that she will love your Sparrow in Almond.
    Thank you for your work. I love all that you do! I know I now must go and get some of those templates that you have on Martha's Shop. :)
    Aminta

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  61. Hi! I just love your blog!!
    /Anna

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  62. When our twins turned their little noses up at vegies for a while, we were sly and finely shredded carrots, onions, zucchini, potato, spinach, broccoli, whatever, in the food processor. We added about 30% meat mince, loads of tomato sauce, eggs, breadcrumbs, sometimes worcestershire or soy sauce (salt reduced), mixed the lot up and made sausage shaped or burger shaped forms and cooked them up. Served with sauce and bread, they were labelled as sausages or hamburgers in our house and passed muster. The key was to really shred the vegies so there were no chunky bits to discover mid-mouthful and to colour them with healthy sauces to disguise their natural colours! Hope its useful.

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  63. Oh how I'd love to shop from your stash! Your creative space is so beautiful!!!

    Thank your for brightening my day, as you frequently do!

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    On another note, I think you have a lot of great ideas for helping your son like veggies. The most important you mentioned is that you don't make mealtime wartime (gardening is fun too). I didn't read through all your comments but I like http://www.ellynsatter.com.

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  66. Mum of 8 and 5 year old here, the best advice anyone ever gave with regards to feeding young kids the green and orange stuff you want them to eat is to always put what you are eating onto their plates and this really does work. I speak from the experience of having a young baby who would not even touch mashed banana or potato Just do not force your children to eat everything on their plates and in time they will.

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  67. Pumpkin pancakes (or maybe it's sweet potato pancakes) from Pancake Pantry on West End are the best!!

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  68. I love the "Mom's Guide to Meal Makeovers" by Liz Weiss and Janice Newell. As dietitians and moms they created recipes that are very tasty and healthy and easy, and there is no cauliflower in the brownies (I really don't think it belongs there!). Some of their recipes sneak veges in, others just make them so good that everyone will eat them. I got the book a few years ago and it is still my go-to cookbook. They have recipes on their website also - www.mealmakeovermoms.com

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  69. Very nice dress. I like your blog.

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