the Food Revolution Cookbook) because you know, recipes that are dumbed-down for kids are not that interesting for them. I truly believe that kids can cook most anything, from any cookbook, given the proper instruction and modelling. The Home Cooking Skills and Food Revolution recipes are not re-inventing the wheel, for sure, but they are basic real food recipes, many of them completely from scratch – invaluable resources for anyone, but most especially for growing boys.
Toss with cooked pasta. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 deg. Transfer to greased 9-inch (23) square casserole pan. 300 g spaghetti noodles, broken into pieces then cooked. 1 (284 ml) can condensed cream of mushroom soup. 284 ml milk (use soup canto measure). 1 (170 g) can tuna in water, drained
Anyhow, they're now on constant rotation here, although I am cognisant of the natural sugars being quite concentrated and the fact that the dates can stick to her teeth so they're not an everyday thing