I need to figure out food options for 2 lunches, 1 breakfast and 1 dinner for a group of 5 adults and one 16 month old. I'd like to make something that's relatively uncomplicated (o.k if it cooks long in the oven, but no time for fussing over the stovetop) and/or can be transitioned into other meals. The problem is I have 3 adults avoiding starches. (no rice, potatoes, quiches, also no pork) and I don't want to cook separately for my toddler and the adults. Although, the toddler will eat most anything that he can chew. I can always steam up some vegetables and serve fish but would like something more interesting than that. A crustless quiche is probably a definite for one morning. Fish and veg in parchment another, any other ideas?
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