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March 19, 2004 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-19

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• Bye, Bye Sandwich: The humble
sandwich may form the basis of most
children's lunches, but it doesn't have to
be that way.
— Julie Sherizen gives her children
celery filled with cream cheese, cheese
spread, hummus or peanut butter, then
includes raisins and nuts as an alterna-
tive to sandwiches.
— Morningstar Farms makes kosher
veggie chicken bits that kids love, even
cold. Include a container of ketchup.
— Cold pizza or pi772 bagels, especial-
ly if you're nice enough to send them
with one of those small cans of pop, are
always tasty.
— Children will love making their
own salad. Place pre-cut vegetables,
along with raisins, sunflower and other
seeds, and cheese slices in small contain-
ers.
— Look for the large, soft pretzels in
the frozen-food section. Serve plain or
top with melted cheese.
— Have make-your-own pizza, with a
pita bread and favorite toppings in
small, plastic containers.

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• The Last Word: On Dessert: Yes,
you really do have to include it. Don't
OVERDO it (one dessert is plenty), •
but any decent parent knows a lunch
without a dessert simply isn't edible.
— Challenge your child to a taste
test. Include small bits from several
types of candy bar and see if you child
can guess which candy bar is which.
(Be sure to mark bags in advance, so
you can give him the correct answers!)
— Look for the fun stuff in interna-
tional shops. "Astronaut Ice Cream"
(freeze-dried) may sound dreadful to
you, but your child may love it (it's
even kosher) and it's bound to make
an impression on his friends.
— Look for after-the-holiday treats.
You can find plenty of cute heart-
shaped candies after Valentine's Day or
bunnies after Easter, completely
devoid of any holiday message. They're
just cute, and often kosher.
— Use markers to write a friendly
message on the outside of a banana.
— Place M&Ms or other tiny can-
dies in a special container marked
"Love Pills, from your mother who
loves you."

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Editor's Note: Sadly, the Internet offers
very few original lunchbox ideas. This is
especially true if you're looking for spe-
cialty meals, such as kosher or vegetarian
dishes. Two places you may want to try:
wwvv.familyffin.com and
vvvvvv.ivillage.com Families on a restrict-
ed diet also may want to check out
wwvv.diabetic-lifestyle.com

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