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Initial post: 16 Jan 2013 19:52:43 GMT
Julie.W says:
I am trying to write a school dinner menu based around children's books, has anyone got any ideas using either a play on words or actual foods mentioned in any popular books. I'm a little out of touch with children's books all I could think of was Peter Rabbit carrots, Alice's " eat me" cake, & Ham & Eggs ( which sadly I can't use )

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jan 2013 00:11:01 GMT
L Schofield says:
How about Roald Dahl - lots of food related ideas there - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for puddings, for example, or The Twits bird pie! Or how about a Winnie the Witch soup/casserole/spaghetti/something you could say was made in a cauldron?

Posted on 18 Jan 2013 19:25:30 GMT
broxi3781 says:
Hmmm Too Ghoul for School reminds me more of school dinners - undead meat pie - maggot sausages - but we likely wouldn't entice too many diners. After a recent news piece on supermarket burgers we could even have Black Beauty hamburgers ;)

But more seriously - The Diary of a Wimpy Kid is very popular and I do remember Chicken Drummies from reading those books with my son.

How about the very Hungry Caterpillar's fruit On Monday he ate through one apple....

I'm also pretty sure Horrid Henry had spaghetti and meat balls in one book. Curious George has spaghetti and meatballs in one story as well.

Green eggs and ham actually sounded so much fun we tried making it - but no matter how good it tastes the stomache just revolts at the site of green meat.

Posted on 19 Jan 2013 00:20:00 GMT
gille liath says:
Grimble's coconut tart and toast delivery service.

Grimble AND Grimble at Christmas(Puffin Books)
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