Is by universal consent (that is, of anyone who ever attended a british state school in the 1970's) disgusting. can someone please explain to me then, why my daughter thinks it's delicious?
Nora is back on the food train, and with a vengence. She's eating herself out of all the meals we had cooked for her (and sneakily bought because we didn't have time to cook any, but organic bought ones are really cool - well, some of them, anyway) so more steak stew & now liver n' onions have been done, melon pulverised and tonight, a nice rice pudding. Vegetable stock having been made and frozen, a lentil vegetable stew comes next as well as a cheesy pasta sauce (but no pasta. She doesn't like the non-wheat stuff. Brown rice, maybe).
I think it's the teeth - when she's teething she actually seems to eat more, I think it has something to do with chewing. She devours her rice cakes now, and, such is my diet I guess, she also loves a variety made by Organix which have an all-natural real-spices coating. Ginger, tomato.. it says "suitable for 12 months and up" on the packet but I thought she'd go for them - good god, she hoovers them up.
Next week, I confidently predict starvation stakes.