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22 Jan, 2010

Ten things: Emma and Sarah’s top ten favourite foods

Posted by andrea tomkins in: Easy ways to make kids happy

This was not the kind of list in which we could find any common ground, so each of the girls had to make their own. Here goes.


  1. 1. sushi
  2. 2. pasta
  3. 3. Caesar salad
  4. 4. Pam’s meatballs (A new addition. We were at Pam’s house at Christmas and her meatballs made a big impact. I need to tap out this recipe for you. It will make you laugh.)
  5. 5. cheese sausage
  6. 6. Ginger chicken (J.O.C. recipe)
  7. 7. cheese
  8. 8. tacos
  9. 9. shrimp
  10. 10. edamame


  1. 1. Nana’s spaghetti sauce
  2. 2. Art-is-in bread
  3. 3. meatball sandwich from Parma Ravioli
  4. 4. Ginger chicken
  5. 5. Coleslaw
  6. 6. hash browns
  7. 7. onion rings
  8. 8. ham steaks
  9. 9. gnocchi
  10. 10. PB & J sandwiches

4 Responses to "Ten things: Emma and Sarah’s top ten favourite foods"

1 | Betsy Mae

January 22nd, 2010 at 10:00 am


sarah and i would be great dinner companians!

2 | kaitlin

January 22nd, 2010 at 12:55 pm


Both those lists are making me hungry!

3 | Shan

January 22nd, 2010 at 11:23 pm


Both really great lists!

4 | The big cheaty recipe: saucy meatballs >> a peek inside the fishbowl

March 4th, 2010 at 9:07 am


[…] wasn’t until after we created our List of Favourite Foods that I remembered to email Pam, the Meatball Maker, to ask her for the recipe. (It was very […]

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My name is Andrea and I live in the Westboro area of Ottawa with my husband Mark and our dog Piper who is kind of a big deal on Instagram. We also have two human daughters: Emma (20) and Sarah (18). During the day I work as a writer at The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. I am a longtime Ottawa blogger and I've occupied this little corner of the WWW since 1999. The Fishbowl is my whiteboard, water cooler, and journal, all rolled into one. I'm passionate about healthy living, arts and culture, family travel, great gear, good food, and sharing the best of Ottawa for families. I also love vegetables, photography, gadgets, and great design.

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