SUPPER: Macaroni and cheese, half a hot dog (chopped up) with half a bun, and some roasted green beans. Simon had only one bite of hot dog and only one green bean. He is usually pickier at dinner time, and has less appetite.
As I have mentioned before, Simon really does not care for meat. Since Jeramy and I don’t eat it very often ourselves, this is not a big deal. If we are having it, I will offer it and put some on his plate, but if he skips it then I am fine with that.
A note about the hot dogs: They are Applegate Farms dogs from Trader Joe’s, and are now the only kind I will buy. They are USDA organic, uncured, antibiotic free, gluten and casein free, have no fillers or added nitrates/nitrites, and are all-beef from humanely raised and grass-fed cows. Phew! My friend Trisha turned me on to them, and I am so glad I have found a way to enjoy a traditional and easy to make summer food without feeling guilty about what is in them and how they were made.