Kid-Approved Sandwich: Peanut Butter, Nutella and Jam on Potato Bread

lunch on 12 Nov 2013: peanut butter, Nutella and apricot jam sandwich with celery, carrots, tangerines and persimmon slices

lunch on 12 Nov 2013: peanut butter, Nutella and apricot jam sandwich with celery, carrots, tangerines and persimmon slices

This is comfort food all the way: a peanut butter, Nutella, and apricot jam sandwich on soft and slightly sweet potato bread. Yummers. Fruits and veggies today are: celery sticks, purple carrots, sliced persimmon and tangerines.

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  1. I just discovered today something you probably already know. Originally carrots were purple. In the late 16th century, Dutch farmers used mutant strains of the heirloom carrot, by crossing yellow and white ones, which gradually developed the common sweet orange carrot we have today. Some think the reason the orange carrot became so popular in the Netherlands was in tribute to the emblem of the House of Orange and the struggle for Dutch independence. While this is possible, it also might have just been because orange carrots are sweeter and often more plump.

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