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A lot has been happening here lately. Not in the canning or freezing portion of life, but life in general. After a few months off of my normal cooking methods, I am slowly getting back into making some of our favorites, and some of the more attention and time consuming meals.
I have also been able to try a few new recipes with the goal of saving time and using what we have on hand. Thankfully, most of the ‘new’ stuff has been well received by over half of the household population.
A few of the meals are planned such that my husband eats something different than the rest of us:
- He likes to have salads. My kids are not huge lettuce fans.
- My kids like chicken, fish, and pre-made meatballs. My husband does not.
- I can tell my kids, “This is what is for supper. I am not making something else.” And they eat it. My husband, well, he can always make himself a sandwich later.
This means a few times a week my husband has salad and the kids and I eat something else. It works for us at this time.
But what if we had really picky eaters? For reasons I am not happy about, my kids really like food and have few dislikes. Some of the things they do not like, we can work around fairly easily. Others, well, eggs are eggs and we have them at least once a week. “Sorry, Kid, that is what is for supper tonight. Would you like cheese melted on it?”
Katie, from Kitchen Stewardship and Kid Cook Real Food, has a FREE online event later this week if you have kids who are pickier than mine (usually are).
Raising Adventurous Eaters: 7 Proven Strategies to End Mealtime Madness and Get Your Kids to Eat Healthy Food (even if they’re picky!)
Katie Kimball, who is a teacher and mom of 4, will show you:
- 7 Proven Strategies to Make Family Mealtimes Peaceful (even if you have picky eaters) Plus The Surprising Reason Some Picky Eaters Have More Going on Than Just Food
- 3 Choices to Give Your Kids That Will Make Healthy Food a Reality in Your House — but They Still Think They’re in Control
- 2 Way-too-common Ways Parents Sabotage Dinner Without Even Realizing it
- Why the MS90 1-and-Done Snacktime Rule will be your new best friend
- The Biggest Mistake Parents Make when inviting their kids into the kitchen…and how to avoid it.
Are you ready to experience a family dinner that everyone enjoys – even the adults?
You won’t want to miss this free event – your kids’ futures depend on it!
For attending, you’ll also get a free knife skills video from her Kids Cook Real Food eCourse that you can use to teach your kids (of any age!) how to use dull and sharp knives safely, in a fun and kid-friendly way.
Over 20,000 families have used this class to teach kids knife safety and techniques. I’m so excited that you get a chance too (it’s usually part of a $20 set of 5 videos)!
The training has 3 times to choose from so it’s even easier to get there:
* Thursday, Oct. 19th, at 1PM Eastern (10AM Pacific)
* Tuesday, Oct. 24th, at 7PM Eastern (4PM Pacific)
* Saturday, Oct. 28th, at 4PM Eastern (1PM Pacific)
It will be recorded and signing up is the only way to get the replay!