Tagged with chef

Cheeseburger Casserole, a followup

Cheeseburger Casserole, a followup

Last week my inspiration post (which, given my intent of finding food that my toddler daughter will like, I’m thinking of renaming to Challenge post) was for cheeseburger casserole, which is an ingenious combination of cheeseburger filling with pasta. I happen to like both, and I’m hoping my daughter will, too. I followed Gina of … Continue reading

Fish Sticks, a follow up

Fish Sticks, a follow up

SUCCESS! My inspiration post last week was baked fish sticks. And they were a huge success with my daughter. She loved them. She ate all three sticks as pictured above, and some of the vegetables. And she wanted some more! These are quite easy to make. I used cream dory – next time I’ll try … Continue reading

Inspiration for: Cheeseburger Casserole

For this week I’m looking to cook something that has pasta and meat in it. A few posts back I made spaghetti and meatballs for my daughter, who happily had the noodles, sans sauce, sans meatballs. I’m challenged to find a pasta dish that she would want to eat. I’m a bit worried that she’s … Continue reading

Spaghetti and Meatballs, a follow up

Spaghetti and Meatballs, a follow up

Due to an unplanned, last-minute out of town trip, I wasn’t able to make this over the weekend. I just quite made this for lunch today, and I’m dismayed that I managed to somehow bungle a fairly straightforward, easy-to-follow recipe! I chose to follow Jamie Oliver’s recipe (see my inspiration post). As an aside, I … Continue reading

Inspiration for: Toddler Food: Fish Sticks

Inspiration for: Toddler Food: Fish Sticks

It’s fortunate that my daughter didn’t take after my husband, who doesn’t like fish. She eats them crunchy or otherwise, fried or steamed, with rice or on its own. As an alternative to chicken fingers, I thought I’d make her some fish sticks this week. These are a great source of protein but do read … Continue reading

Whole Wheat Pancakes, a follow up

Whole Wheat Pancakes, a follow up

There’s a book called “Pancakes, Pancakes!” by Eric Carlisle about a young boy named Jack, who wakes up hungry and in want of pancakes. But Jack’s mother doesn’t have all the ingredients at hand, so he has to help get the flour from the mill, egg from the hen, milk from the cow, and so … Continue reading