Amanda's Kids' Lunch

Amanda's Kids' Lunch

By • March 7, 2012 • 9 Comments

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You've seen the hashtag #amandaskidslunch on Twitter, and now we're adding visuals. We'll be peeking into Addie's and Walker's lunchboxes on the regular here at Feed52 -- as much to inspire our own lunches as anything!

Today's menu is sandwiches of German ham, farmers' cheese, and dinosaur kale. (Kale in a sandwich instead of lettuce: no more wilty greens by lunchtime!) North Fork potato chips make for a crunchy side, and dessert is coconut shavings and dried Turkish apricots.

We'd love to hear what you're having for lunch today. A simple sandwich? Leftovers from dinner last night? Noodles from the place around the corner? Tell us in the comments!

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Tags: A's kids' lunch, lunch, school lunch, everyday cooking

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almost 3 years ago aquarius

A BocaBurger topped with an over easy egg (grilled in the same small pan), grated cheese & salsa from our favorite Mexican restaurant.

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almost 3 years ago mosteff

mixd greens with gorgonzola, dried apricot and walnut - olive oil and salt. Whole grain rye bread - that was my lunch. I sent my 3 yrs old with carrot sticks, brown rice with olive oil, yogurt with granny smith apple chunks with maple syrup and a bunch of cashews.

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almost 3 years ago cookingProf

Home made stuffed grape leaves dipped in garlic-yogurt sauce.

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almost 3 years ago mosteff

I'd love to see your recipe for the homemade grape leaves!

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almost 3 years ago PistachioDoughnut

Mung bean sprouts sauteed with onion and tomatoes alongwith Fenugreek Khakhra. Khakhras are crispy roti something similar to papadum. And, an almond cookie.

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almost 3 years ago linzarella

Fried polenta triangles with roasted turnips, sautéed turnip greens, bacon, and a poached egg.

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almost 3 years ago nzle

Lucky, you must work at home! Scrambled eggs in my lunchbox wouldn't taste like much by the time it got to noon...

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almost 3 years ago cristinasciarra

It's true, I am at home working on a grad school thesis. (And by that I mean, I am definitely working diligently, and not planning dinner instead. I wouldn't dream of doing that.... :)

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almost 3 years ago cristinasciarra

Wheat toast with a swipe of leftover chive/roasted garlic/Cognac butter, topped with scrambled egg whites and wilted baby tomatoes.