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raxa Member Posts: 37 Connected
hi his 22 years old moved back home,  i am still struggling to find right support he just doesn't like to do anything, he does not like all the food I really don't know what to feed him everday for lunch and dinner.   i want to go back to work at least 2 to 3 hours please please help


  • steve51
    steve51 Member Posts: 7,153 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @raxa

    Welcome to our online family it's great to meet you.

    I have attached some info for you below:

    Please let me know if you require further help/support ????

  • iza
    iza Member, Community Co-Production Group Posts: 581 Pioneering
    edited November 2017
    Hi @raxa

    I think the best is to ask your son about his favourite dishes. 
    I think healthy life style is the best way of feeding any person. 
    I can share with you some healthy idea for cooking and a little weekly menu. 
    However, they require time for preparation and booking. 

    For example diners & suppers 
    1) mash potatoes with gravy sauce, baked  salmon covered in herbs, mix leaves salad with sliced tomatoes, garlic bread
    2) pork meat & vegetables stew in tomato sauce with rice
    3) cooked potatoes, chicken breast bread crumbed cutlets, fried mushrooms with garlic and parsley leaves 
    4) spagetti bolognese 
    5) meet or vegetable lasagne
    6) french fries, fish, petit poise 
    7) jacket potatoes with backed beans and cheese 
    8) chicken soup, tomatoes soup, vegetables soups with garlic bread or warm wrap bread, 
    9) home made pizzas
    10) potatoes, vegetarian balls or meat balls + (vegetables : cauliflower, broccoli, french green beans) 
    11) Mediterranean style banica with spinach, feta cheese, salami, fried onion, tomatoes
    12) home made quiche 
    13) varieties of dumplings 
    14) tortellini with spinach and feta topped with fried onion, spinach and soya sauce 
    15) Take away kebab or if you have time home made kebabs
    16) frittatas 
    17) chicken + fry vegetables in oriental style sauce with noodles 
    18) rice with chicken curry sauce 

    I could multiply this list for ever :) 

    Perhaps, you will find some inspiration in the selected examples of dishes. 

    At the stage of my life I am  full time mum.  I am  brining my 7 years old son.  I do serve only home cook meals. 

    I would not recommended to buy ready to eat meals in packages from supermarkets. I am good at cooking but on the other side I wanted experiment how ready to eat meals taste. I bought some and I  was very disappointed. 
    I have to say, that  most of the ready to eat meals which I bought from supermarkets ended up in my bin. 

  • raxa
    raxa Member Posts: 37 Connected
    hi iza thank you very much for your feedback and wish me luck
  • iza
    iza Member, Community Co-Production Group Posts: 581 Pioneering
    Hi @raxa

    Good Luck, 
    I am sorry to misspelling one word it should be cooking no booking :) 


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