All Posts in the ‘Slipping in veggies’ Category

The secret is in the sauce (and a less revolting one)

Ever since I made chili on a whim last week, Parker has been asking for […]

How about 3/4 pound of pork? Will that suffice?

Yesterday’s two large pulled pork sandwiches on whole-wheat buns apparently were not enough. Those, the […]

Two ways with teriyaki chicken (and albino bats)

Maybe it’s just me, but I think part of today’s lunch resembles albino bats. Tasty […]

Veggie Bootcamp, Take 2: Day 5 (the lunch that wasn’t packed)

Parker was supposed to go climbing today. His school has a great program that organizes […]

Time for another round of Veggie Bootcamp!

As many of you know, two summers ago I tortured my child by forcing him […]

Just five days until holiday break?!?!

That doesn’t seem nearly possible. Because I feel like I’ve barely thought about Christmas… Actually, […]

More pork? Why not? A Bolognese with no back story

Unlike yesterday’s lunch, the only thing significant about the pork in today’s is that it […]

What is so special about the number 3?

Here’s a math problem for you: ¬†What value is greater than vegetables to the power […]

A tale of chicken teriyaki… And girlfriends!

So apparently we’ve been going about this all wrong. Apparently all these attempts to get […]

Utter comfort food edition

This weekend was all about the comfort food. For dinner Saturday, I made my version […]