Our Homeschool lunches are usually hurried affairs. Hurried, but I try to make sure they are nutritious. Usually, I do clear soups with noodles.
Today, I had 1 kg of beef in the freezer so I decided to make hamburgers for a more special lunch.
So, I LOVE to put lots of seasoning and flavours in my food.
In today's beef patty, I mixed: soy sauce, some olive oil, salt and pepper, corriander powder (quite a bit of this), chopped garlic (lots of this too!) and roughly crushed cream crackers (saw dah biah!). 2 beaten eggs to hold it all together. Mix mix mix.
And then, make two flat patties and place some shredded cheese (I used cheddar) in between the patties. Mould the two patties together.
Fry on a medium flame.
Meanwhile, earlier on, no. 3 (10 yrs) helped me make the bread dough and I had that made into hamburger buns.
The buns turned out ginormous.
Some homeschooling done in the kitchen while burgers are frying
Someone was *not happy*.
Slice up the fresh veges.... tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce and onions...
get the kids to make their own hambugers!
Baby had a vegan burger. She loves raw veges more than meat!
The burgers turned out too Man Sized and the kids were struggling to finish their portions. But they didn't want to waste the good food. It was hilarious. The boys psyching themselves with a Warcry to finish their food.
We were in stitches LOL-ing.
We kept away the half eaten burgers to eat later.
Anyway, I'm glad we are homeschooling. Our children get good meals at the correct time. I understand that morning session school kids eat breakfast at 6am, recess snack and lunch on the school bus at 1 plus?
Also our children sleep well. They get in more than 9 hours of sleep and wake at 8 am.
And... we have GOOD FUN!!! (Amid the hard work. )
God's blessings entirely.