Funny face bagel and fall vegetable stew
Posted October 22, 2012on:
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Happy Monday! It’s a perfect fall day here in Florida. Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend!
Miss G is the only one in school today. She has a Rudi’s brand Cinnamon Raisin spelt bagel with almond butter & jam. I stuck on two candy eyes with almond butter. Next to the sandwich she has grapes and raspberries. The hair is Shirataki tofu noodles. The face reminds me a bit of Beeker from The Muppets. At the top left is leftover rice pilaf and the top right are watermelon pieces packed in her Easy LunchBoxes container.
For her snack she has sliced kiwi and sections of Dapple Dandy Pluots packed in a sistema snack bento.
We recently got in our new LunchBots thermal insulated containers for winter soups & stews. It keeps foods hot of cold for hours. This morning I put in boiling water, let it stand in the container for about 10 minutes, poured it out and poured in the heated stew.
Last night’s dinner was Gardein brand “beef” tips made of vital wheat gluten and cooked in vegetable broth with a mixture of vegetables including potatoes, carrots, fresh corn off the cob, celery, edamame and tomatoes with some spices added.