Brioche and a vegie burger

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Posted by Meeta K. Wolff

My brain seems to be melting in the high temperatures. You can see the proof of it in the picture. It is not even REAL morning and it is hot!

I will be taking Soeren to the pool after KIGA today to try and cool down a little. We'll be going with his buddies Justin and Jeremy and their mummies and we plan to take a huge picnic. The swimming pool is a public one and located in the woods, so it should offer plenty of cooling shade! Looking forward to that!

Today's is filled to the brim. A vegie chicken burger, with more organic kohlrabi and the herby cream cheese as a dip. Because "it tasted soooooooo goood!". The same is spread on a soft rustical rye bread. A container full of apricots and plums. In the back we have a wonderful spongy butter brioche spread with butter and some banana flavored yoghurt with chocolate covered cornflakes.

Adult Variation:
I like the vegie/chicken burger, however I would suggest adding it to a nice roll. Spread it with some herb flavored cream cheese to and of course a nice dollop of dijon mustard. I think the rest is pretty good. But an espresso to go with the brioche would be a great idea.

Have a great warm sunny day!


hey meeta, i love your blog and menat to comment on a whole lot of stuff but bnever got around to it (with a three year old and another who turns one this month! anyway i was wondering about your lunch box itself and then someone asked and then i saw your link etc etc etc. but now am curious - doesnt the yoghurt and liquid stuff drip? from the pics i see the box is carried vertically - not horizontally as i would have imagined. so how does the liquid stuff stay?
ok i will write more later... but do let me know...

Anonymous said...
July 20, 2006 at 8:49:00 PM GMT+2  

Hi D,
Thanks for your comment. OK the lunchbox is from the great people at Obentec. You just have to check out their website.
The yellow container is the one that has a lid and is seal proof. Although not really for extremely running liquids though. I have also heard the all the containers are microwave safe and some even cook eggs in it. I still have to try that one out ;-)

Meeta K. Wolff said...
July 21, 2006 at 8:44:00 AM GMT+2  

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