lulu and sky both seem to like the idea of trying anything their friends like, and until they are about 10 years old {maybe 7 if we move to california next year} i will capitalize on this {by 10, i will be asking the proverbial, "if all your friends were jumping of the golden gate bridge, would you jump too?"}.

SO, it would be wonderful if other moms and dads {or grandmas, grandpas, aunts and uncles} shared foods their kids like, and exciting new foods their kids have tried. even better, let the kids get on and explain their food adventures. the young food enthusiasts can challenge each other to try new things, and compare notes.

a friend of mine wrote that her parents had the no thank you rule when she was growing up, and at age 4 her favorite food was sashimi {all kinds}. i think that is splendid {not to mention healthy!}.

so we will start. skyler loves avocado, either sliced with salt, pepper and lime or made into guacamole minus onion. lulu loves calamari seasoned with just salt and pepper, hold any sauce. so kids, try them out, and be sure to let us know some of your favorite adventures in eating!

BTW--not much to report on the dinner front, as we all filled up on leftovers {see below}. oh, we did make homemade applesauce though...yummy-o....


  1. My mother bought me a side of beef and had it butchered for my birthday once.

    I think you could get away with having skyler and lexie split one.

  2. I would add something but I happen to know that BobBob has them at Friendly's right now...opps maybe that was a secret..they are trying the peanut butter something sundae!

  3. Anonymous said...
    We are so impressed with Lulu's and Sky's adventures in eating. It seems their favorite foods indicate that they've been pretty adventurous already!
    Your blog is delightful-whimsical, interesting and it makes us hungry,too!
    Anyway- we contacted our family's west coast dried fruits and cherries maven to see if she might have some exciting & wholesome recipes.
    Love, Aunt Lynnnnn & the Rev.

    October 6, 2009 5:35 PM