Tuesday, February 3, 2009

WW - Then there was that day...

 

when he decided that blueberries and tomatoes go really well in  Butternut Squash soup.

Apparently he was on to something because he ate the entire bowl of soup and asked for more.

Who knew?



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17 comments:

Alicia said...

LOL..exactly! Who knew???

Happy WW!
Alicia

Mike said...

Hmm?


Mike
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Yeah, so my 3 yr old eats everything with mustard. I mean EVERYTHING!

I constantly have to remind her not to dip her strawberries in her mustard.

It totally grosses out my wife.

Kids...

Damien

Cascia said...

I bet it was tasty!

sheila said...

OH GOSH! The things they find tasty, lol

Jen E @ mommablogsalot said...

Hey you never know until you try it, right? :)

Rhen @yestheyareallmine said...

Oh my word! LOL As long as he liked it. :)

carrie said...

IF he ate it and asked for more...I say that it is good in my book!

I still remember the day Em wanted ketchup on her pancakes and J. almost lost it...but she ate the entire plate of pancakes. Whatever works I say!

pam said...

Interesting choice...did he eat it?

franticallysimple said...

Once upon a time someone thought pineapple went well on pizza and look how that turned out!

iMother2.0 said...

but were they eaten? daddy pours OJ in Mia's cereal instead of milk! lol!

Jen said...

I imagine this is how all great culinary discoveries are made.

Brittany said...

OOOOOOOOH Harrison. ew.

Elaine A. said...

What a little "chef" he is! And hey, whatever gets him to eat it, right? : )

Joanna said...

Wow - That does not look appetizing at all! To each his own, right? Go Harry! :o)

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

I think he MAY be onto something. MAY. BE. The next top chef alright! :)

Cara said...

I don't think kids have any concept of our "socially acceptable norms", that's whats so great about kids. How do we know the flavors don't meld well until we try it. I am with MamaGeek, the next Top Chef