Discussing Questions And Answers About Dog Food Tomato Sauce

Chris asks…

My daughter won’t eat what I can provide for her what can I do?

i am a single mom, and my daughter and i live off of ramen noodles, and liver scraps from the butcher’s assistant we know at the grocery store. here lately, though, she refuses to eat the meals i cook for her, and makes me take her to mcdonalds and she gets a small order of chicken nuggets, thats all she eats all day. i even tried deep fat frying the liver, but she wouldn’t touch it. i’m scared that one day she will become really sick from eating all the grease from mcdonalds food everyday. what should i do to get her to go back to eating what i cook her 3 times a day, the ramen noodles and liver scraps. i cant afford much more than what i spend on those foods. and no, i’m NOT going to resort to charity of food stamps and WIC. here is my weekly grocery list; cheese slices, ramen noodles, (free liver scraps), juice for her, pepsi, and vodka for me.
btw, my boyfriend helps pay for the vodka cuz he helps drink it. and i use the internet at the LIBRARY.

Jimmy answers:

Please resort to charity. It probably will only be temporary. If it’s food for your daughter, please think about it. I had to do it once for a few months and now that we’re better off, we try to give back. Don’t let pride stop you. Here’s some foods she may eat…lots of kids like goulash: Mix hamburger, tomato sauce, noodles and maybe some grated cheese and bake. Hot dogs wrapped in crescent rolls with or w/o cheese and baked…most kids love that. Macaroni and cheese. As for veggies, I know it’s hard sometimes…try cut up carrots or any other veggie she will try, but serve with some veggie dip. Sometimes just presenting fruits and veggies differently will make them go for it…cut up apples with peanut butter spread on them or with caramel dip…banana slices with milk and sugar. Maybe corn on the cob…it’s not too expensive in the frozen food section and easy to make and kids like it usually. Peanut butter and jelly is okay…not perfect, but the pb is healthy. Canned fruit cocktail or the mini oranges. Even scrambled eggs mixed with little bits of cheese or pancakes would be okay. Eggs aren’t too expensive. I know groceries are expensive, but I would get some help. She and you cannot live on liver scraps and ramen. It’s not healthy at all. We all need help sometimes – don’t worry about it! I know kids who live on ramen and McNuggets and I don’t think it’s very good for them.

Sharon asks…

what type of food will do good at a 50s lunch counter.?

i am openning a 50s style lunch counter and i need to know what types of foods will do good. it will be for a lunch type of service with take-outs and phone in orders. we also have a counter and tables for the ones who want to eat at the restaurant.

Jimmy answers:

The standard lunch counter fare: HB’s, CB’s FF, OR’s, Chicken Salad (on a plate or sandwich), Tuna Salad (plate or sammie), Soup of the Day, Loaded Grilled Hot Dog. And don’t forget malts, shakes, sodas (MUST have nectar flavor!), and floats.

You may also want to do “Blue Plate Specials.” That just screams 50′s to me. Include things like a meat, 2 pre-chosen sides, and a roll or cornbread (if you’re in the south). On your other plates, you can let them choose the sides.

For either (ENTREES), I’m picturing Meat Loaf, Smothered Steak, Grilled or Fried Pork Chop, Baked Chicken Quarter, Fried Cnicken Quarter (cut up), Meatballs (or meat sauce) and spaghetti, Beef Stroganoff, Fried Fish, Broiled Fish, etc.

For SIDES, good ol’ home cooking like Mac & Cheese, REAL Mashed Potatoes (don’t even bother w/ flakes or buds), green beans, spinach, squash, WK corn, Corn on the Cob, Navy Beans, Lima Beans, Butter beans, Field Peas, Green Peas, Fried Okra, Okra & Tomatoes, Rice & Gravy, Cuke & Tomato Salad (in season), Applesauce (good to have on menu for kids), pasta salad, etc.

For BREADS, have corn bread, texas toast, garlic bread, or soft rolls where appropriate to the Blue Plate Special.

Soups of the Day: Cream of Tomato, CHicken Noodle, Chili (maybe everyday as a choice if you have hot dogs), Broccoli Cheese, Vegetable, Beef Vegetable, Chicken Tortilla….

If I owned a place w/ a BPS, I would use it to get rid of excess foods. Not garbage, but discount the price a bit to encourage folks to order it. If you’ve got a ton of Okra & Tomatoes L/O from yesterdayk, it’s on tomorrow’s BPS. (or make tomorrow’s soup of the day Chicken & Okra Gumbo! Get rid of it, but use it up, dont’ throw it out!)

Maybe research diner cars and soda shops. In Disney they hve a “Mom’s Diner” that would be a good thing to look at. (Research trip, donchaknow…)

Best Wishes!

George asks…

Can someone help me with a soft food diet?

See my duaghter has TMJ sooooo bad. She does have a new bite brace that is supposed to help in approx a year. But in the meantime……….

Anyway, you can only eat so much soup.. I know mashed potato is soft.. and she eats a lot of hamburger helper as it is easier on her jaw that a hamburger is… And hot dogs are sooo fatening…

what else is there? What would be soft? Besdies icecream… I don’t want her to have too much of that.. And she gets tired of macaroni..

Jimmy answers:


1 lb package of stew beef, thawed
1 – 2 bell peppers, chopped
grapeseed oil
brown rice
1 can Cream of Mushroom soup
1 cup sour cream
1/8 cup Worcestershire sauce
3 teaspoons ketchup

Start rice 45 minutes prior to meal time.
Begin by sautéing the peppers in Pam until slightly tender. Add meat cubes and cook until meat is slightly pink in center. Add garlic and sauté briefly. Add sour cream, Cream of Mushroom soup, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, salt and pepper to taste.

Simmer until the rice is done.

When rice is done, add 3 tablespoons butter and stir.

Place on plate or in bowl. Add meat mixture



2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
3 medium ripe bananas (mashed)
7-8 pitted prunes (cut into small pieces)
7-8 pitted dried apricots (cut into small pieces)
2 tablespoons fat-free or low-fat milk
1 cup all-bran cereal (original or extra fiber)
1/3 cup softened butter substitute
1/3 cup maple syrup
2 eggs

* Preheat oven to 350°F.
1. In a small bowl, mix flour, baking powder and baking soda and set aside.

2. In mixing bowl, stir together (mix well) mashed bananas, cereal, milk and dried fruit. Use masher to mix and mash well. Let mixture stand 5 minutes to soften cereal.

3. In mixing bowl, beat butter substitute and maple syrup; add eggs and beat well. Stir in cereal mixture. Add flour mixture, and stirred until combined.

4. Spread batter into a loaf pan coated with cooking spray. Bake at 350°F for about 45-50 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Let cool 10 minutes before removing from pan, and cool completely before slicing.



1 pkg. Lasagne noodles
Non fat ricotta cheese
1 jar Healthy Choice Spaghetti Sauce
Ground turkey
1 onion, diced
Mushrooms, sliced
1 clove garlic, minced
Grated Parmesan cheese

Brown and crumble ground turkey with onion and garlic. Spray a 9″x13″ baking dish with vegetable cooking spray. Coat bottom of dish with spaghetti sauce and top with uncooked noodles. Top noodles with spaghetti sauce, meat mixture, sliced mushrooms. Dot with ricotta cheese. Begin sequence again with noodles and continue layering until pan is full. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees, covered, then remove cover, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and bake an additional 10 minutes. Allow to stand 15 to 20 minutes before serving.



Hot cooked pasta of choice
Parmesan cheese
1 c. Broccoli flowerettes
1 c. Sweet bell pepper strips
3 cloves garlic, crushed
1 c. Kraft Free Ranch dressing
Salt and pepper to taste
1 c. Diagonally sliced carrots
1 c. Mushrooms, quartered
1 c. Onions, sliced

Steam all vegetables until crisp tender. Toss cooked vegetables with hot pasta and use enough Ranch dressing to coat. Add Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper to taste. Pass more cheese at table. You can vary this by using Kraft Free Italian dressing or Kraft Free Bleu Cheese dressing, also use your favorite vegetables in whatever combinations you like. I use large shell macaroni and like the way it holds sauce.



3 (14 oz.) cans kidney beans
1 1/2-2 lb. Ground meat (beef, turkey, chicken)
1 qt. Tomatoes
2 peppers, chopped
2 med. Onions, chopped
1 pkg. Chili mix
2 carrots, ground

Drain kidney beans and rinse. Brown ground meat with peppers and onions. Combine all ingredients and simmer 30-45 minutes.

Enjoy and God Bless

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