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Discussion in 'The Chatter Box' started by keren, Nov 10, 2008.
Yep ... I just ate cheese and strawberry jam on rice cakes :tears:
was it creamcheese or just sliced cheese because sliced cheese sounds just aweful!
Nope ... sliced cheese.
I'm still feeling a little queasy
a distinct reason we never let the triplets loose in the kitchen . . . :slapfloor:
I would have skipped lunch
ugh here you are talking lunch while I am heading to bed (with a nasty headach I might add)
LOL, when my niece wants food she finds a can of cream of mushroom, and opens it herself. Obviously my sister isn't the most observant :wink:
I'm glad my 3 year old niece doesn't make her own lunch though, she's a vegetarian too like her Mother. But my 2 and a half year old niece is another story, she one time grabbed a bag of cheese out of the fridge which she's not allowed to have milk products.
Oh the thought of that mixture is just......ewww ....but it was the thought that counts.... :wink:
How sweet. And I bet you made her day when you ate it also. She just wanted to share. What a doll. Do you have pictures of her also? We love pictures of more then just goats.
My boys decided to cook dinner once (I'm pretty sure they only did it once lol). Mac and cheese out of a box (ick), with hot dogs. I ate it like it was the best dinner ever! Wanted to encourage that sort of thing (cooking) in a man. I can't leave Hubby alone here, he'd starve!
Di, I cook all the time XD
As my mom would say.. its not how you train them, its how big the stick is :wink:
My brother used to eat cheese and jelly sandwiches all the time when he was about that age! How funny! Little kids can come up with the strangest combinations.
Of course, my grandpa used to eat bologna and grape jelly together on sandwiches...so maybe strange cravings run in the family.
Some weird people i know like devon with barbeque sauce on sandwiches :?
Translation, please, for those of us who don't speak Aussie! :doh:
Devon is a type of sandwich meat ... very cheap ... hence this uni student eats it lol
It is a sort of processed meat made into a stick/log ... I have to admit its not the greatest but its ok with a bit of cheese tomato and onion on a sandwich.
It is REALLY good done in a frying pan with eggs for breakfast. Poor mans bacon lol
I know...... it's probably called spam here in california...
Yup, sounds like Spam to me! Noxious stuff just out of the tin, but really yummy when grilled up with eggs and a toasted English muffin.
Amos, your mom is a very wise woman!