One of the funniest things on TV right now has to be the trailer for Jamie Oliver's new Channel4 series. (In case you haven't seen it, he's dressed up as all of the Village People, and appears to be wearing some particularly cheeky chaps.)
I'm a big fan of Jamie's. Not just because he's a fab chef and family man, but because of the work he's done with underprivileged kids through the Fifteen Foundation, and also, of course, because of the School Dinners' campaign.
I only wish I could borrow him for when the new school term starts – because now that we're not supposed to be giving kids ham for their sandwiches, I'm a bit stumped for ideas. Humous dries out too quickly, peanut butter is a no no, tuna isn't liked.
What do you give your kids for their packed lunches? Let me know and I'll post a round up of the best suggestions in a few weeks.
written by Liz Jarvis
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