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CULINARY Video Game

By Jackie Burrell
Monday, February 18th, 2008 at 9:14 pm in Contest.

Cooking Mama 2 by Nintendo Well, here’s a switch on video games! No shooting, no car crashes, just a little culinary savoir faire for the 5- to 7-year-old set. It’s “Cooking Mama 2” for the handheld Nintendo DS. We haven’t played it ourselves – Wii bowling is more our speed – but it looks like big fun. And the culinary motif inspired this week’s question – what’s in your kid’s lunch box? (Plus, we’re really, really bored with our own brownbag creations, so we’re looking for ideas!)

You guys remember how this works, right? (We know Cathy knows – she won last week’s kids’ books contest!) Click “comments,” answer the question and we’ll draw a winner Friday night.

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  1. Rachelle G. Says:

    Lunch for a 2.75 year old. :)

    1) Bagel/Cream Cheese
    2) “Just Banannas” (A brand of crunchy freeze dried banannas with no added anything)
    3) Raisins
    4) String Cheese
    5) “Just Peas” (A brand of crunchy freeze dried peas with no added anything)
    6) Organic shelf-stable Milk

  2. Noreen Says:

    my daughter loves cooking mama (the original) and has it on her bday wish list for next month
    Lunch:
    brie and pears
    peanut butter sushi sandwich (take strip of bread add peanut butter and jelly and roll)
    stretch island fruit leather
    shredded carrots and cucumbers with tuna in a wrap
    cream cheese, turkey, cranberry sauce sandwich

  3. Cathy Says:

    Just out the door today for a 9-year-old:

    -Peanut Butter & Jelly rolled in a tortilla
    -Leftover Pancake
    -Chunk of Cheddar Cheese
    -Fuji Apple Slices
    -Fruit Snacks
    -Water Bottle

    YUM!

  4. Cindi Hoppes Says:

    Hello! My son is probably older than the rest of the commentators, thus his lunch will be somewhat different!
    We buy the “Jimmy John’s” extra loaf or two of bread. Then, we cut it in 3 equal section. He take some type of sub sandwich we create for him almost every day! The, the extras will vary from fruit snack bites, baked chips, an apple, etc. He takes a water bottle to drink. Please enter me in your wonderful drawing. Thanks very much!
    Cindi

  5. Barbara Says:

    meatball sandwich, cold pizza, baked or fried chicken, bbq sandwich, or a sub of some sort (can anyone say teenager :) )

  6. erin Says:

    peanut butter and pear sandwich,
    turkey and fruit flavor cream cheese sandwich
    regukar sandwich stuff but on ritz crackers
    shredded carrots, mayo, rasins and tuna wrap

    would love to win as santa gave my daughter a ds

  7. Ana Says:

    rice and bean sandwich
    soaps: split pea, chicken noodle, tortilla, tomato and rice
    freeze dried fruit cubes
    banana chips
    dried fruit
    grapes and cheese

  8. veronica Says:

    top ramen soup
    chicken salad sandwich
    turkey wrapped around a string cheese

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