Apologies for the terrible photo however, showing photos of happy kids is not so easy these days!
On Friday Joe's school had the annual athletics day so the PTA organised a BBQ for lunch. We get these fabulous filler-free sausages from the local butcher (Cameron Harrison).
We've been dishing up sides of veg now for about a year too. We have tried several different ideas with the best being batons of chopped cucumber and carrot. The students are allowed to help themselves from a platter at each station. This time we ran out too quickly so it's obviously a trend that is gaining a little momentum
I'm such a firm believer that visuals are critical. Seeing veg as a normal part of a BBQ is a very big step towards having veg consumed at a BBQ. This is of course even more important at the dinner table. Thinking that lots of veg is "normal" and an important part of dinner is a critical first step in the journey towards actually eating them!
Are you making veggies a prominent part of dinner?
Judith is passionate about good food and is even more passionate about enabling other people to enjoy the wide variety of fresh food available today.