It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Menu Monday

Monday: Stuffed peppers (Done in slow cooker. Eeeeeasy!)

Tuesday: Vegetarian lasagna

Wednesday: Singapore noodles (my family will have it with shrimp, the daycare, with tofu)

Thursday: Peanut butter sandwiches, cauliflower

Friday: Felafels

As always, if you want a recipe, just ask!

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September 24, 2012 - Posted by | food | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Please could we have the stuffed pepper recipe? I’m intrigued. Also, Thursday seems an interesting combination.

    Thursday happens because I’m going easy on myself, and there almost certainly won’t be sufficient leftovers from my family’s Wednesday night dinner. Peanut butter is easy (NBG will have cheese instead, as her parents haven’t tried her with peanut butter yet, and I don’t do it that first time), and cauliflower? We needed a vegetable, and cauliflower is in the fridge. So, sandwiches and vegetable. Not too exotic!

    Comment by May | September 24, 2012 | Reply

    • Don’t do it the second time either. If they are going to have a reaction, it is much more likely to happen the second time then the first time, The first exposure is when the body decides it doesn’t like, the second exposure is when it decides it’s going to fight it. That is exactly what happened with my son, and what the doctors said was most typical of an allergic reaction.

      Good to know. At one point, I had four kids of five with epi-pens, three for peanut butter and one for bee stings. Lordy. The only time I’ve seen a child — and it was one in my care — have a severe peanut reaction was on his first exposure. I didn’t give it to him, either: another child at playgroup let him have a bite of her peanut-butter sandwich! He broke out in hives within no more than a minute, and puked shortly thereafter. Away we zipped to emergency, where we were told the vomitting was best, because it got it out of his system quickly!

      With that as my experience, though, I had assumed that a single exposure would be enough to know. Thanks for the information.

      Comment by Bev | September 24, 2012 | Reply

  2. I’m interested in the Singapore noodles.

    Comment by dmalmq | September 24, 2012 | Reply


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