Tips For Kids Eating Healthy Food

In the year 1960 I was born in India. But curry was born before me. We were a sibling of six,and our main meal was curry every day. Curry was made in a large pot. You could say that our curry was more like a soup curry, and that the mountain of gravy in the pot was no more than two pieces of chicken or lamb meat for each person, because our curry was made with a lot of water and potato since these were dry days and the income of our household was not enough to give one BBQ in a whole year. There was only one pair of hands working in our family - only one breadwinner - and a lot of hands eating the meal as it was such a large family.

Children love helping Mum or Dad in the kitchen. Teach them how to peel the potatoes or an apple. This will also help them with their fine motor skills. Try using some cutting items to cut it into shapes and make it fun. When it is cooked ask the child to check if it is cooked and even taste it. This will reduce the drama at meal time as they will have an advanced tasting session.

Try a lamb shanks slow cooker easy bone with lots of veggies in it especially potatoes. You could use almost any veggies in it including spinach, carrots, turnips, pumpkin, etc. A good way to go is to blend the veggies together with the potato providing the thickening. Another alternative is to add some alphabet noodles cut into animal shapes. The kids get so engrossed in the interesting animals they hardly notice they have eaten the soup.

Next the server brought a food warmer and the night light candles to go under it so that our food would remain hot. I chose the lamb curry and Len decided on prawn curry. I had mild and Len had medium. We both asked for naan bread and received a dinner plate full of it.

We stopped at a spice booth, offering bags of spices as well as assortments. Strolling past produce booths, Mudi showed us some of the local fruit, such as jackfruit and lichee. Roving merchants accosted us offering necklaces, Tanzanian soccer jerseys and CDs. We passed a booth with some beautiful scarves, one of which Ellen picked up for about $4, and poked around several curio shops. At one point our guide identified some amplified chanting as the work of a traditional witch doctor, which many locals still trust. Our walk continued through an old Arab fort with a grassy courtyard that had become an impromptu art market featuring touristy paintings.

On the way to the town of Golden, our next destination, we stopped to hike to Johnston Canyon, a worthwhile trek! The falls were splendid! The journey curried lamb took us less than an hour. It was a little crowded, even with the rain, but by the time we reached the falls, there were very few people around. On the road again, we encountered four majestically antlered elk! They know they are VIPs, and don't allow us people to hurry them along. They promenade along the road and graze gracefully by the roadside.

Returning to the difference between curry rice served in Japan and the rice and curry from the Indian subcontinent, curry rice can almost be thought of as a sweet cooked lamb curry flavored stew. The sweetness comes from fruit. House Foods Corporation is the largest curry company in Japan. One of their most popular brands, Vermont Curry, was launched in 1963.

Most likely you'll be really thirsty from eating all of that wonderful Indonesian food, so that have a large choice of beverages such as Es Teler Seger Bener which is avocado, young coconut, jackfruit, condensed milk, Sekoteng which is made with palm seed, bread, mungbean, milk and ginger and my favorite is the Soto Jasmine tea served cold. Of course if you desire a more traditional beverage, Tempo Doeloe also serves soft drinks, sweet tea and juices. Tempo Doeloe is opened Monday-Wednesday, closed on Thursdays's and opened again on Friday-Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 12 Midnight. The bottom-line: Family friendly, Great Indonesian Food, Price point from $4.00 to $8.00 for lunch or dinner.