No lunch for me (and no pics of her eating it in the car,) since Hubby was home that day so he dropped her off at school while I stayed home and
In one of our EasyLunchboxes.
If You Give Nice Mice a Cookie
|PB/Nutella and PB/Biscoff sandwiches, Thin Mint cookie, Gouda wedge,|
Greek salad, apples
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie: It's Girl Scout cookie season, so my
Life is Gouda: My husband loves smoked Gouda. Loves loves loves it. Me, I could do without. But then again, I tend not to be adventurous with cheese. Feta tastes like sweaty armpits. And even Colby Jack tastes rancid to me sometimes, even when it's brand new. I'm a mozzarella girl. But not that weird moist balls kind. The string cheese kind! I'll settle for Colby Jack as well sometimes, especially cooked, like in toasted cheese sandwiches!
Anyway, since Hubby loves smoked Gouda, he sometimes buys it. And feeds it to the Podling. So now she likes it too. And since we had a brand new round of Gouda, it was perfect for cutting a stereotypical wedge-shaped hunk out of for her lunch.
It's All Greek to Me!: We got a big bag of leftover Greek salad from Unka Chris' party at Gramma Barp's house the weekend before. My husband went through a Greek salad phase not too long ago, and she was digging on the "lettuce chips" and hunks of Feta cheese, and, of course, the olives! So I figured I'd use some of the salad up before it went bad and re-introduce it to her at the same time.
First thing she did was omnomnom the cheese. She ate both of the peanut-butter-chocolate sandwiches, and the sandy eyes and mouth off the Biscoff one, to my surprise. She didn't eat it after school either, and let me have it at bedtime when it was clear she wouldn't be eating it. She ate the cookie (not a shocker) and half the salad. Can't remember if she ate any apples, or if that was all me.