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I made spinach and tofu curry for lunch.

My husband and toddler son love it! Tastes great with quinoa. It is a joy to watch my little one eat the tofu as finger food. He even eats up the spinach!

I read a book called Food for Feeling Healthy

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Title- Food for Feeling Healthy
This book really helps me balance my diet every day

I read a book called My Chocolate Year

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Title- My chocolate year Author- Charlotte Herman
So yummy!

I read a book called Katie and the Cupcake Cure

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Title- Katie and the Cupcake Cure Author- Coco Simon
No words... What can I say? Delicious....

I HELPED MY MOM MAKE SOME FOOD

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FOODS; WHAT WE NEED TO SURVIVE

Helped Mom cook food

I ate a different kind of fruit i never ate before

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Healthy foods
I ate a fruit that i never ate before. It grows in Pakistan. It is very yummy. I forgot its name

I read a book

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You are what you eat and other mealtime hazards by Serge Bloch
I also borrowed a book on food art from the library. I am going to try it out soon.

Ice Cream with Dad

We went to IKEA and had frozen yogurt on a cone.

Family reading time

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Too pickley! by Jean Reidy

Read Green Eggs and Ham

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Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
"It was a fight-he didn't want to have green eggs and ham, but at the end, he liked it."-Cam Reader liked the book.

Green Egg Grilling

biggreenegg_grill.jpgDean Barell, owner of Canton’s Heat & Sweep on Lilley Road will share his expertise on grilling and particularly the amazing and healthy new Green Egg style of outdoor cooking. Join us on Tuesday, July 30 at 6:30 PM.
This one is for all the guys who love to barbeque and the women who love to watch! You can also earn your Chow Down badge.

Went to Coldstone Creamery

Picked up their signature collection-chocolate devotion, full of choco icecream/fudge/brownies/choco-chips. Its soooooooooooooper delicious!

Watched "Toast" (DVD)

I watched Toast,  a sweetly humorous movie about growing up in England in the '60s. Based on the memoirs of celebrated food critic Nigel Slater.

Whole family went for ice cream

I made vegetable lasagna for dinner

Made Caprese Salad (hands-down favorite summer salad)

Our family ate caprese salad several times last summer, using tomatoes and fresh basil from our garden and fresh mozzarella from the Canton Farmer's Market. Our garden tomatoes aren't ripe yet, but that didn't stop me from making this salad the other day, whose recipe is easy caprese: Arrange thin slices of tomato with thinly sliced fresh mozzarella cheese in an alternating and overlapping pattern onto a plate or platter. For best basil flavor, take a handful of fresh basil and snip or chop the leaves just before sprinkling them over the tomatoes and cheese. Drizzle a small amount of extra virgin olive oil over everything, and do the same with balsamic vinegar (or balsamic glaze). Sprinkle with salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste.

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Pete's a pizza

Made crepes for breakfast (mmmm!)

Had a leisurely brunch with my son today and I made his favorite (and mine): crepes. It's a family recipe from my girlfriend's mom, who probably got it from her mom: 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 cup milk, 2 eggs, 1/2 tsp. salt, and 2 Tbsp. melted butter. Blend until smooth and pour in ladle-fulls onto an oiled or buttered skillet set over medium high heat. Flip after about one minute, let second side cook for less than a minute. Repeat until all batter is done. (Makes approx. 6-8 crepes depending on size.) Top crepe with maple syrup or your favorite fruit or other toppings (e.g., sliced strawberries or sliced bananas and peanut butter) and roll into a tube. To make it decadent, top the rolled crepe with whipped cream and/or drizzle with chocolate syrup. Eat, enjoy, repeat!  :-)

Made pizza with relitives