Thursday, September 01, 2005

Sushi


Here's my Little Shmoo's very first lunch on his very first day of 1st grade. Per his request: vegan sushi rice wrapped in nori, a small container of soy sauce, edamame (baby soybeans), and organic grapes. I snuck in some Botan Rice Candy for a treat. Beverage (not pictured): raspberry "Silk Alive" soy yogurt drink.
Verdict: didn't have time to finish all the edamame, but ate them as a snack after school. 4 stars.

15 comments:

Shelly said...

Your kid eats better lunches than I do! Keep posting those pics...you're giving me some really great ideas. Thanks!

Kourtney said...

Your posts inspired me to buy a tupperware divided container and abandon my ziploc bags. Keep up the good work!

Chelee said...

Very cool

Mary Ellen said...

Oh, oh! My mom used to buy us Botan Rice Candy sometimes for a treat on the way home from the grocery store!

(My memory of them is better than the reality when I bought some for my own girls. But still, that rice paper melting on your tongue is so cool... And it comes with a prize!)

Nupur said...

You are so amazingly creative with those lunches! and your child will grow up eating such a great variety of foods. lucky kid, that.

lonna said...

I love this lunch box. I'll have to get my son one when he's older. Right now he has a container that has three compartments, but it only has one lid and they are not removable. My husband would love this lunch. What a great idea.

Anonymous said...

you recipes are quite good but are you sure you child isnt eating too much? though all is healthy, you meals are big for a child in jk-grade1.

Leo said...

Do you shop at any of the big Supermarkets...and what foods should I have my child try..as he is beginning this new life ...just three months ago..its really difficult cause hes picky.

Roxx said...

Love your site! I was wondering where you got that lunch box. I also wanted to thank you for posting these great foods. I have a 5 year son who was recently diagnosed as Autistic. I've been steadily changing his diet since his doc showed me reports on the effects of food on the brain.

debra said...

gee you certainly have a lot of time on your hands

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I'll have to get my son one when he's older. Right now he has a container that has three compartments, but it only has one lid and they are not removable. My husband would batteries love this lunch. What a great idea.

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Kelli said...

I realize you posted this quite some time ago, but I was browsing through your blog today and realized that I sent more or less this exact same lunch with my teenager for her 1st day of high school today (she had cucumber rolls instead of place rice rolls)! Good to know it works for all ages.