Cantonese Food

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Cantonese Food

Postby Spottyshoes » 14 Oct 2007, 18:23

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Postby AB&M » 14 Oct 2007, 18:28

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Postby Aitch » 14 Oct 2007, 18:36

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Postby Spottyshoes » 14 Oct 2007, 19:27

Noodles and Veg sounds good - and fairly healthy for me too :wink:

Lol @ 'sucking the sauces off' will try that too. Will stick to fruit & veg during the day then (Although I have made some nice low salt pittas today [proud emoticon])
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Postby Aitch » 15 Oct 2007, 00:15

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Postby Spottyshoes » 15 Oct 2007, 10:30

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Postby Sheela » 15 Oct 2007, 21:20

Am Ibeing really thick? Where is the recipe for pitta breads? Pray tell.....as Hari LOVES them.

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Postby Aitch » 15 Oct 2007, 22:05

c'mon spotty, post it up properly. it was on a page someone linked to somewhere, sheela. i wouldn't have a clue where to find it.
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Postby Spottyshoes » 16 Oct 2007, 08:36

I've put the recipe I used on the recipe section
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Postby Spottyshoes » 16 Oct 2007, 20:13

Oh it was fab - the incredulous look on the Cantonese owners face when I started piling up the high chair with bits of chicken chow mein & brocolli! He how old? is eating proper food? but the grin on his face when Babyshoes started crunching on a bit of prawn cracker was great! He looked like a proud father and kept coming back over to see what he was eating next lol. He even gave us free icecream, which of course was tasted by the baby, much to his further delight!

A very successful first BLW family meal out :D
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Postby Aitch » 16 Oct 2007, 21:41

brilliant! we cadged a lot of free stuff when dd was wee, i think it delights people who cook for a living to see children eating and enjoying their food. we go to an italian place near here and dd runs to her favourite members of staff for cuddles. it's great that she likes eating out, she's really well-behaved. in fact [boasting moment coming up] she saw a kid her age (22 mos) being fed mush the other day at the next table and juust couldn't believe it. just sat there shouting more pasta and giving sympathetic looks to the other wee girl.
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Postby puffylovett » 16 Oct 2007, 22:13

brainwashed then, eh aitch ? :wink:

i can just see her at school - 'I'm going to be a nursery nurse so i can teach all the babies how to BLW' !!!
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Postby Aitch » 16 Oct 2007, 22:21

she'll be a corporate lawyer, goddammit. :D
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