Thursday, March 31, 2011

Fussy To Fantastic - Giveaway

Now I know you've all gone and bought your HealthyChart already, but for those of you who are still having a little bit of trouble getting your kids to eat the right food (or any food for that matter) then keep reading.

I've got four tickets to the fabulous "Mealtime Tips and Tricks: Turning Fussy in to Fantastic" seminar conducted by Caroline Radford and Caroline McMahon of Caroline's Angels.

The session will help you with whatever step of the food-flinging journey you're up to; so if you've got a little one who is just starting solids or a toddler who refuses to eat anything green then this is the one for you.

As with all the UWA Extension Baby Talk seminars it's on at UWA Claremont (Western Australia) and will be held on Sunday, April 10th from 10am-12pm and I'll be there too, remembering what it was like to go to uni all those years ago and lamenting that I don't get a mortar board on completion of the class.

To get your hands on one of these tickets valued at $49 all you have to do is follow Where’s My Glow? (but you do already, right?) and leave a comment below telling me what food you refuse to eat (my answer would be: anything that's gone cold, though I'm very used to it by now).

Then pop on over to UWA Extension and check out all the other cool seminars they’ve got going on in the Autumn brochure. You can even stalk them a little bit harder on Facebook and Twitter too.

TAC: Entry is open to anyone but the seminar is in Perth so unless you have a Learjet, you might wanna be a local. Entries close at 7pm AWST on Sunday 3rd of April and the winners chosen using a random number generator. Make sure you sign in to Disqus with a valid email address so that you can be contacted when you win – it will not be visible to anyone else but me and then shared with UWA Extension who will email your ticket to you.The prize is provided by UWA Extension and is not redeemable for cash but may be transferred to another person if you cannot attend. By entering you acknowledge that you have understood these Ts & Cs.

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  1. I never eat eggplant. It just feels wrong in my mouth.

  2. Definitely frozen peas. But cooked. Eeew. Squishy and bright green. There's nothing lovely about that. (But I'm not entering and flying from Melbourne to go to the seminars. As great as it would be!) xx

  3. Tara@OurWhirlwindAdventuresMarch 31, 2011 at 2:37 PM

    I'm not entering, as much as I desperately wished I lived in WA so I could.
    I hate, hate, hate, hate [did I mention I hate?] hate, hate, hate, hate TOMATOES.
    I hate it being sliced and having the "tomato cum" as I call it, touching my food, therefore tainting the taste of everything it touches! BLEUGH! YUCKKKKKKK!!! D:

  4. The only green vegetable i will eat is broccoli! Peas and beans are just so wrong... Yucko!!
    Not sure who is more fussy in my little family, the kids or the parents lol..
    **Bad parents** :P

  5. Well, I was partial to cat food as a child - so I was hardly setting the bar very high. What I wouldn't eat....erm....not much. Not a mega fan of mussels. Do you chew, do you just swallow? What's the deal? Also polenta - you're not potato, you have no taste, therefore you have no business on my plate. Likewise, couscous and quinoa - you're not rice, you're not pasta, define yourselves and get some flavour. The mind boggles...

  6. Coriander and Celery. *shudders* the funny thing is these are the staple ingredient in most ASIAN cooking. Come on Coriander taste like a bug. And Yes I have tasted the BUG that has the same taste as Coriander.

  7. Peas.......I used to do anything as a kid not to eat them. Hide them in a napkin, accidently drop them on the floor or hide them under my tongue and spit them in the loo. Yuck!! Still can't eat them today.

  8. Ironically you ask fussy eaters to comment on what they wont eat, by promoting a seminar claiming to help fussy eaters overcome this!

  9. I refuse to eat anchovies and chocolate. Not together. Separately. But together would be even worse than on their own.


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