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Tagine of lamb for the little ones


If you ever needed more evidence the French approach to food (particularly when it comes to feeding kids) trumps ours, check out a great old post revived on Friday by one of my favorite blogs, The Expatriate’s Kitchen. It’s a lunch menu from a French pre-school.

Vive la difference!

Pizza, yes (three-cheese with sides of sauteed green beans and filet of cod), popcorn chicken, no.

I would have volunteered for parent story hour on Friday:

Carrot Soup
Roasted Pork au Jus
Buttered Noodles
Comte cheese and Fresh Fruit

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