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Oct 09, 2007

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Kit

Toddler-proofing! You always forget in between what they get up to. Now mine are bigger all the plug sockets are uncovered once more, knives in reach, small pieces of lego scattered all over...

Pasta is my fail safe supper, with tuna or bacon, the kids used all to like it but unfortunately the older two aren't so keen any more, I've done it one too many times for them. Otherwise baked potatoes in winter, salade composee with egg and tuna and a vinaigrette in summer ... basically tuna saves the day every time! And as for my son rice and baked beans would keep him happy for days on end.

neil

I hear you about throwing out stuff that is in the end, just a big clutter. Don't kids grow just so fast?

Sophie

This made me laugh Johanna - I've got a horrible week for work deadlines and I had almost exactly the same thing as this for lunch yesterday. Mushed up cannellini beans, thyme, garlic and roasted peppers (dolloped on a wholemeal muffin this case)

Jennifer

I had to laugh at this too, Johanna, (and to cross my fingers and pray that my little one puts off crawling until much later!) as it seems that everything I've cooked lately has been in this exact spirit: what do we have and how fast can I put it together to resemble a meal? We eat a lot of eggs for that reason -- either as omelets or frittatas or fried to go on top of a salad or vegetable saute. Fast, and at least we're getting some protein!

Good luck with the baby-proofing :)

Jennifer

I had to laugh at this too, Johanna, (and to cross my fingers and pray that my little one puts off crawling until much later!) as it seems that everything I've cooked lately has been in this exact spirit: what do we have and how fast can I put it together to resemble a meal? We eat a lot of eggs for that reason -- either as omelets or frittatas or fried to go on top of a salad or vegetable saute. Fast, and at least we're getting some protein!

Good luck with the baby-proofing :)

maybahay

hmm, this is a perfectly delicious quick supper.
i can empathise- 'down' times just do not exist when you have little ones. i have a 2 1/2 year old girl and an almost 8-month old boy. can't wait until i can cook just one meal for everyone again. my little girl pretty much eats everything my husband and i do but there's a few months yet of boiling and mushing vegies for the little one.
am trying to think up recipes which i can do at different stages during the day as i can't really escape to the kitchen for long periods these days...

Susan from Food Blogga

I love cannelini beans on crostini, evenly just simply sauteed in olive oil and mixed with fresh herbs. They're so creamy and meaty. Yours looks delicious. Great post, Johanna!

Helen from Food Stories

I know exactly what you mean Johanna. My favourite store cupboard standby is spaghetti with anchovies, herbs, garlic and chilli - yum!

johanna

kit, don't like baked beans, i must admit, but tuna is a sure winner! if only the rest of the house would eat it ;-)

neil - tell me about it! time is just flying past!

sophie, what can i say - great mind think alike... or big stomachs, rather ;-)

jennifer, omelettes and frittatas sound like a sure winner in that case... i don't know why i don't make eggs more often - i think of them only for breakfast!

maybahay, looks like we're in exactly the same boat! mine are 3.5 and 8 months... finally somebody to empathise!!!

susan: thanks, that's especially flattering coming from you! i know the italian in you would love this recipe - so quick, so easy, yet so satifying!

Helen, your favourite cupboard standby sounds heavenly! My husband isn’t too keen on anchovies, but I love them… I will try this next time he’s on a business trip – can already smell the flavours!
Thanks for sharing this with me!

Kaykat

This is awesome! I've often used cannellini beans to make a tuscan bean salad, this looks like a great new recipe to try out. Adding it to my snacks bookmarks :)

Deborah Dowd

While chasing after a young one is tiring and distracting, but honestly, I actually miss those days now that my youngest is a preteen.

We ended up with weeks of pantry fast food this summer and white beans often were paired... with tuna, with chorizo, with pasta. Eggs are also a good stand by as the basis for a frittata.

Andrea

Brilliant! I love a tasty, easy, healthy meal. I'm currently trying to satisfy my spoilt Australian gormet tastes in rural Tanzania. Last night I picked some rocket from my garden, and whizzed them with cashews, olive oil, cheese, garlic and salt, served over spaghetti. Not at all African, but it makes me so happy!

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