family dinner

In the course of recent years, since Toby blew into the scene, we have experienced fits and begins of family dinner. (The young men would for the most part eat at 5:30 p.m, and Alex and I would eat at 8:30 p.m., after they were sleeping.) But now that both young men are in grade school, we figured we’d give family dinner a genuine shot! Despite everything we’re adapting, however here are the suppers we made throughout the previous three weeks…

Since we’re not incredible cooks, and are typically dashing home from work, we’ve attempted to make a couple of things less demanding: We’re concentrating on Monday to Thursday until further notice. At that point on Friday, we request conveyance and watch a motion picture! Likewise, I’m absolutely into eggs for dinner.

Our children have experienced particular stages (like when Toby all of a sudden rejected all pasta and cheddar, and Anton demanded he was adversely affected by tomatoes), yet for the most part are available to various sustenances. I’m certain dinners would be MUCH harder in the event that they had sustenance hypersensitivities or sensitivities, and simply getting them to eat anything would be a noteworthy score. In the event that your little ones battle along these lines, I’d be excited to hear your methodologies.

Week #1:

Butternut squash ravioli with dark colored spread and parmesan; broccoli as an afterthought (we got pre-made ravioli at the market)

Fried eggs with tomatoes and halloumi

Chicken parm meatballs with rice and broccoli

Coat potatoes with fish, mayo and corn (my English aunties do this combo, and it’s so great)

Request sushi.

Week #2:

Pesto pasta with cherry tomatoes and mozzarella (we got pre-made pesto at the supermarket)

Salmon burgers with lettuce and tomato (we got salmon patties from the basic supply fish counter)

Chicken curry with rice

Kitchen sink burrito bowls

Request pizza.

Week #3:

Fried eggs with zucchini and halloumi (Toby and Anton neglected to eat the zucchini)

Avgolemeno soup (we utilized portion of a rotisserie chicken)

Chicken and spinach quesadillas (we utilized the other portion of the rotisserie chicken)

Pasta with spread, parmesan, hotdog and broccoli

Request Indian nourishment.

It’s so comfortable to sit and eat together, at a similar table, generally nights. Recently, Toby began to disclose to Alex a tale about school, just to stop and state: “Gracious pause, I’ll spare it for family dinner.” (My heart!)

#family #dinner


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