So there's hope for Maisie yet!Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 51291
As for the cauliflower tip, Maisie watches me prepare the food like a hawk. Unless Cartoon Network is on.......
Dawn have you checked if he can have food on the same plate. My sons friend has to have a plate for each portion of food.
I've seen him eat at parties and he only has one plate.
He only drinks water or blackcurrant fruit shoots. Water in our house then.
Yikes! And I consider myself a picky eater! And so does everyone I know!
At least I never had issues with food on the same plate--I just didn't like it mixed together or bumping into each other. Still don't!
Perhaps Aiden will be curious when Steven does his own pizza toppings and become a bit more adventurous. :)
Have to admit, pizza is one of those things I don't eat--can't have tomato based products. Allergies combined with picky eating habits sometimes are no fun! :sigh;
There are any number of pizza types that don't have tomaotes or red sauce. Olive oil and garlic based sauce with cheese (goat's cheese is wonderful) and spinach is very nice. Tiny bits of sausage and mushroom (and I do mean tiny) add some texture and good flavor too.
I don't like red sauce much (and nearly every commercial pizza that uses red sauce puts way too much on it YUCK) so I've had great fun experimenting with combinations that make nice pizza without red sauce.
Not saying that a child who is very particular would jump at the chance, but I've any number of happy friends and family after having homemade pizza that wasn't sogged down with gloppy sauce and doughy crust. Ick.
Well he ate the cheese and tomato pizza. Except the crust. Which is beige. :rofl:
Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 51976
He's expanding his horizons?Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 51976
Unless you made the crust out of healthy flour instead of bleached white flour.
Glad it went well! :D