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Any bright ideas for thermos food flask, apart from soup all ideas welcome and will be eaten by none fussy 11 year old and me for lunches at school and work dd doesn't eat mushrooms, leeks. But loves fish, rice, eggs etc
kedgereestir fry with noodles or rice or pastausual spag bol, pasta sauces etcchilli con carne and riceany casserole or stew with potatoes or riceany curryGoulash and tagliatelleBasically the sky's your limit, loads of stuff!!!!!!
A lot of kids at my dd's school take ratatouille. [sp]
ooo like the thoughts of haddock chowder - smoked haddock is her fav fish coconut rice with omelette strips (prawn crackers and cucumber sticks on the side) thisone - also liking as dd loves prawn crackers and cucumber - have you got a recipe for cocunut rice - please? or some idea where to look?I think the tomato sauce and pasta would go down well - do you think the meat balls would hold there heat? four hours from popping in pot (I always put a little boiling water in to heat pot and leave a little water in the bottom to keep the food wrm)
I like the idea of curry - I wonder if it would work if I put cous cous in the bottom?i worry about rice and food poisoning... worked in catering to long and it bothers me..
The idea is that we eat in the evening - the following morning I put the other two portions in the flask, me a tupperware as we have a microwave at work, therefroe cooking once and eating twice But only on Monday and tueday night as I don't work past Thursday lunch time and it would make a change for dd2 than having sandwiches all weekoff to look at the chicken and cous cous dish
she has had capper in fish cakes- not sure if she would??
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