Sounds lovely - can I have what your DH doesn't want?!
Seriously though - I think the whole lots of iron in spinach thing is an urban myth, the iron that is in there is in a format that you can't absorb or something... Other ideas here, e.g. baked beans/lentils/other leafy greens etc.. www.eatwell.gov.uk/healthissues/irondeficiency/
misscreosote wow did not know that about the iron, just read it on the eatwell site, oh dear, DH bought an enormous bag of it!!! At least we all like it . Thanks for posting the link. There are some good nice tasting suggestions for meals.
DH ate all of his curry, he added some mackerel on top afterwards so he got some meaty type stuff!
madlentileater - I am not a red meat eater. DH said I might have to start (he would love that of course so any excuse for him!), but I do eat chicken, fish and eggs, so I shall increase my intake of these foods, in particular oily fish (but not above the guidelines for a pregnant woman!).
And more lentils . In fact my mother made the most fab lentil, apricot and spinach couscous once...if only I coulr remember the recipe
madlentileater - i have had severe hyperemesis and although on the better side of it am suffering from severe tiredness, dizziness, breathlessness. I am of course self diagnosing, until i see my midwife on thursday, but I figured as there is a high chance I am, given until a week or so ago I was not eating anything and had not for about 8 weeks, it would not hurt to be proactive in this.