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    Thanks geomum.

    Sounds like people don't differentiate between meal ideas for lunch and dinner so much. Maybe I am overthinking things trying to come up with separate "lunch items" vs. "dinner items".

    So is eggy bread just savoury french toast??

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    i think lunch vs dinner is a very western idea. i know many chinese don't even differentiate breakfast... still rice, veg, a little meat or fish...personally, i can't imagine that for breakfast.

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    I dont differentiate between lunch and dinner, breakfast is totally different, can't eat rice with veggies/ meat either. I think the concept of light lunch is applicable if you need to get back to work and don't want to feel sleepy after a hearty meal. Am I right??

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    How about pancakes with spinach and cheese

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    What a great variety of foods we're all giving our kids!
    Thanks for some great ideas.

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    Thanks Geomum!

    Another idea to throw into the mix is pita bread pizzas...my son loves making his own i.e tomato sauce/ketchup and olive oil base, onions, mushroom, corn, tuna (whatever we have in really) and of course the best bit, grating cheese on top on baking it at 180 degrees celcius for 5 - 10 mins.

    This is a good one for those guilty days when I really havent done much with him - he feels important having 'made lunch' ...now if only he had the hand eye coordination for doing the dishes :)
    Proud Mama to Kian Danyaal 08.12.2007 & Adara Michelle 10.10.2009

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    What else can I serve my 21 month old for lunch as I now only want to give him one proper hot meat meal for his evening meal (we used to give him another hot meal for lunch too - soup or another meat meal)? I am currently doing sandwiches and fruit or toast and fruit. Any other ideas? [PS he has cereal and fruit for breakfast]

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    i guess it would depend on what you consider "hot"... for us, mac & cheese is VERY popular for lunch.

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