Wednesday, January 23, 2013

So, what's for dinner?

Hey there, you may have begun to notice an odd trend in my posts this year..where I like randomly ask for tips and ideas from you. I suppose this is backwards really, the blogger typically provides tips to the reader...but yep, not so much today.

Also, be prepared because I have another one of these inquiry posts (about socks) all planned out in my mind. I just have to get the book from the library (yes, that one actually has a book, about socks...you can hardly wait, I'm sure.)

So back to dinner. Seriously, what are you making for dinner? We are in a giant rut around here and nothing seems to sound or look good to me (except stuff my family won't eat-- please say you can relate to this.)

I even went so far as to ask my facebook friends for ideas-- 2 people mentioned food--2.  (I really don't post much on facebook, but once I asked what to watch on netflix and I had like 40 responses in less than an hour.  Apparently my friends are so busy watching netflix that they are not eating dinner.)

Also, yes, I have heard of Pinterest...but there's something to be said about a tried and true actual recipe recommendation from a live human who you have met. (Though, I assume most of the people on Pinterest are actually live humans, and I suppose technically I haven't met any of you in real life... but you get me right?)

Which brings us back to me. asking you. What's for dinner? 
Tell me your easy favorites! 
And I'll share with you some of my favorite books about food, deal?
The Seven Silly Eaters by Mary Ann Hoberman
I'd Really Like to Eat a Child by Sylvaine Donnio
Warthogs in the Kitchen by Pamela Duncan Edwards (seems not to be on amazon)
Frog and Toad  by Arnold Lobel (my all time favorite is the cookie story.)
Today Is Monday by Eric Carle
Dog Food, or any book by Joost Elffers and Saxton Freymann
Lunch by Denise Fleming
The Incredible Book Eating Boy by Oliver Jeffers
Bread, Bread, Bread (Around the World Series) by Ann Morris

Happy eating and happy reading!!
Whitney



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