Updating Our Culinary Repertoire

It is difficult to imagine that Spring is just around the corner especially when big, fluffy snowflakes are still falling down from the sky all around you. That said, we’re transitioning into Spring dreaming of freshly grown fruits and veggies and the lighter dishes they yield. Lighter dishes will hopefully avoid having to see Dr. Sophia or a real doctor for that matter.

Monda2Local asparagus is still a week or two away, but we couldn’t help but introduce just a bit of green into our big weekend meal with mostly meat-free lasagna. Mostly meat-free you ask? Noodles, home-made marinara, bechamel, ricotta, parmesan, mozzarella, an egg, 3 oz of prosciutto and lastly 10-TEN oz of spinach.

Monday1The lasagna was light and there is no denying that it is the easiest way to get children to eat their greens!

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Dana said:

    So cute! Love your little doctor 🙂

    We had plans to but doctor play kit for our little one’s birthday, but then I couldn’t find anything I liked. They are all huge and not realistic at all, and colors are horrid. I so miss these elegant nice sets we had when we were little, but they don’t have them anymore.

    March 20, 2014
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    • Nadya said:

      Besides being huge and unrealistic, they also cost an arm and a leg. I am happy to use the hand-me-down one. I never had one or even a tenth of the toys as a child and personally do not view most toys as a requirement for development.

      March 24, 2014
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