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You that old trick of using cheese to get kids to eat just about anything? I have never been a fan of doing that mainly because the cheese practically negates the goodness of any veggies we melt it on (ESPECIALLY if it’s any kind of processed cheese). In fact, I much prefer to just cut up the cheese and serve it alongside some fresh veg and hope for the best. I am lucky in that I do not have particularly picky children. They’ll try just about anything once and only my youngest still has yet to conquer his texture issues. Nevertheless, I think I have found the trick to getting the kiddos to eat almost anything. Ready…
Look what we got from Grandmother’s garden – it’s ’bout to go down (channeling my inner Bey)! This is in stark contrast to my measly little container crops, lol. I’ll get there though…. All in due time!
I’ve got my signature cake and now I think I’ve got my signature cookie…. Here they are in their simplest form – chewy sugar cookies. These are much easier than my oatmeal cookies but just as addictive. The difference is I can “embellish” these however I want. How do I know these are so yummy? 2 things: this pile of cookies was 3 times as high yesterday, and Grandmother wrapped about 10 of them in a paper napkin to take home with her last night. If Grandmother’s picky tail liked them enough to WRAP in a napkin AND she didn’t make them, TRUST that they must be good. 😉 I…