Out of The Hat

Making the Ordinary, Extraordinary

Teenagers


empty plates

Photo Courtesy of Ilene Ong, owner of an apparently now defunct blog.

Comes in like the plague

Clear out the pantry

Leave with new mudprints

I don’t know about you, but this looks like an average dinner to me a few years ago. Once I started to realize that gluten was a problem I ate a little less (my body started to recognize what I was eating as food), and when I realized there were some other problems with my diet I began to eat food more slowly. And when I began to eat mini meals once every three hours, well, my meals shrank to almost nothing, though if you added it all up it would probably still be a lot of food. But the teenage years were still the hungry years, and dinners were still kind of big, though that may have more been because I would stay up another six hours or so after eating!

Do you ever have problems with locust like diners in your family?

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2 comments on “Teenagers

  1. Bam's Kitchen
    February 28, 2014

    I have teenagers and can totally relate. I was thinking more like a T-Rex at the dinner table. LOL

    • TheGreat Zambini
      February 28, 2014

      Ah, it’s completely true! Sometimes two times the recipe isn’t enough to feed a family of them, especially if the dad likes to eat his fair share too :)

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