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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : The Great Gatsby: When Tom broke Myrtles nose, did he think that it could have killed her?

The first time I read the scene in chapter 2, where Tom broke Myrtle’s nose, I was reminded of the myth that somebody could die if the “bones” in their nose went into their brain. Especially by using an open palm when striking.

While something like that wouldn’t actually happen in reality, did that myth exist back in that time? Could it be possible that Tom might have actually been trying to kill Myrtle in a fit of anger?

Answer by IBstudent
No, Tom wasn’t trying to kill Myrtle. Tom loves Myrtle and is actually sad when she does die. (spoiler? the books like 90 years old and the movie came out, like, five times) He’s just a really violent person and thats the point. Even though he loves her, he can’t stop himself from being an insufferable jerk.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Looking for kid friendly meal ideas. Three girls with ages ranging 7 to 12. They’re pretty easy to please.

Anything but spaghetti. They say they eat that too often. And no burgers, they had that last night. Not too complicated, I have a class at night and would like to feed them something good and healthy before heading out.

Answer by Avril
kid cousine!

Answer by texas nanna
mac-n-cheese kids love it, chicken strips with fries, hotdogs.

Answer by megcapri1107
Taco pizza. And not actual pizza, I’m talking about those round, flat shells layered with taco meat. You do a couple layers of those, and on the very top you can top it with regular taco toppings, like lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, ect.

Be warned: it is a little messy though!

Answer by sweetassgal
My kids love this and you can make it up in advance.

Fry up some ground beef, remove the grease and add a packet of Taco Seasoning. Chop up some onion, tomatoes, avacado, shred some cheese, open a can of sliced black olives, put some tortilla chips, salsa and sour cream in some bowls. Put it all out on the table (no need to layer it…just throw it on there) and let them make their own nachos. They can put whatever they like (and leave off what they don’t) and will have fun piling things on top of their chips.

Don’t worry…Lawry’s Taco seasoning isn’t hot at all.

Have fun!

Answer by BlOnDiE
How about you make your own pizza? Or you could have a salad bar with lettuce with different veggies and dressings. And fruit for fruit salad. You could also make a quick soup with it too.
I was going to say fried ravioli, but then you metioned healthy lol.

Answer by stephanie
you could put some soup in the crock pot before you leave in the morning and have soup and bread bowls (or just soup).

or, if you’re the kind of person that doesn’t mind eating breakfasty foods. here is a really fun, really quick idea. omelets in a bag. just have the kids crack a couple eggs into their own ziplock bag let them add their own cheese, ham, veggies, whatever they like in their omelets. after all the ingredients are added to the bag. let them smoosh and shake everything so its all mixed together. then add the bags to boiling water and let them cook. it only takes a few minutes (i’d say probably less then 10). when they are done pour the omelets out onto a plate (they slide right out) and viola! I like this because clean up is super easy. the kids have fun making their own little omelets. and whats healthier than eggs?

Answer by Sassy V
after I got this down, I finished reading your question, this is still a cool project when mom has more time. You will enjoy too.

TIN CAN ICE CREAM

1 (3 lb.) clean coffee can
1 (1 lb.) clean coffee can
Duct tape
2 or more kids

INGREDIENTS:

1 c. milk
1 c. whipping cream
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1 egg (optional)
Fruit (smashed), chocolate, etc.
Rock salt
Ice (crushed or small cubes)

Pour all food ingredients into 1-pound coffee can. Duct tape lid on securely. Place inside 3-pound coffee can. Layer ice and salt around sides of small can. Duct tape 3-pound lid on. Roll briskly on hard ground for 10 minutes – cement works best.

Open lid and drain ice water. Open 1-pound lid and stir, scraping sides well. Re-tape. Re-pack big can with ice and salt. Re-tape and roll again. Makes about 3 cups of ice cream.

FRIENDLY MACARONI
CASSEROLE

1 box macaroni and cheese, prepared as directed
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/4 cup sweet onion, chopped
1/2 cup milk
2 teaspoons butter
1 lb hamburger (lean or it will be too greasy)
salt and pepper, to taste

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Cook hamburger with onion and butter. DO NOT DRAIN (unless you used a more fatty beef)! Add cream of mushroom and milk.

Cook over medium/medium-high heat until smooth. Remove beef from heat.

Starting with the prepared macaroni and cheese, layer beef mixture and macaroni. Make 2 layers of each.

Be sure that macaroni is covered well by the beef mixture and its’ “juice” or it will dry out when cooking. Cook for about 25 minutes or until bubbly.

CARROT BALLS FOR KIDS

1 (3 oz.) cream cheese, softened
1/2 c. finely shredded Cheddar cheese
1 tbsp. apple juice concentrate
1 c. finely grated carrots
1/2 c. finely chopped nuts or wheat germ

Cream together first 3 ingredients; stir in carrots. Roll into small balls. Allow kids to roll in nuts or wheat germ.

Let them add their favorite spices(with some help form mom)

“KID – FRIED” CHICKEN

1/2 c. butter, melted
1 c. saltine crackers, crushed
2 lbs. or more chicken legs

Heat oven to 400 degrees. Wash and pat dry chicken. Roll to coat each chicken leg in melted butter. Put cracker crumbs in lunch size paper bag. Drop 3 or 4 chicken legs in paper bag and shake to coat. Spray a baking pan with cooking spray (like Pam) and arrange chicken in a single layer. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes. Kids can handle this recipe with adult supervision and they love the taste.

KID – CAN – DO PIZZA

1 can biscuits
Pizza sauce
Pepperoni
Any kind shredded cheese

Open can for kids. Let them flatten the biscuits with the palms of their hands and place 1-2 inches apart on a cookie sheet. Place a teaspoon of sauce in the centers of the dough. Top with 1 pepperoni per pizza and top with cheese. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes.

let them decorate these treats with canned frosting, sprinkle confectionary sugar on them, colored sugar, or even drizzle melted chocolate on them or cheat and buy fudge sauce. i love heating up raspberry jam to thin and drizzle that on them

not so sour kids
1/2 c. cake mix, any flavor
1/2 tsp. soft butter
1 1/2 to 2 tsp. water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix butter and cake mix. Add 1 1/2 teaspoons water and blend. Add water as needed. Roll out on floured pastry sheet, then cut cookies. Put on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 5 to 8 minutes. About 1 dozen cookies. Kids love to make these. (use cleane dout tuna can, or your favorite cookie cutter i dip the edges in sugar so dont stick.)

KID’S FAVORITE CHICKEN & RICE

6 chicken breasts (or dark meat, if your family prefers it)
2 boxes Rice-a-Roni (1/2 stick butter)
3 cans cream of chicken soup
2 c. milk

Kids seem to like this because it has no onions and no strong spices – a real “comfort” food. Rinse and skin the chicken, then boil. Drain and cool the chicken on a platter. Strain and reserve the broth. Clean all the meat off the bones and cut into 3/4 inch cubes, refrigerate until needed.

Prepare rice according to package directions, using the reheated broth. With a whisk, blend and heat the soup, adding the milk gradually. Add the chicken cubes and heat through. Serve the creamy chicken over the rice.

THICK MALTS FOR KIDS

Fun for kids to do! Line up the following on counter or table. Vanilla ice cream 1 big jar with a lid 1 cup 1 tablespoon 2 glasses

Pour 2 cups of milk into the jar. Put 4 tablespoons of chocolate syrup into the jar. Put 4 tablespoons of ice cream into the jar also. Put the lid on the jar, make sure it’s tight. Shake it until the ice cream melts. Then pour into glasses and drink it up. Don’t forget to clean up when your done. That really helps mom

A VEGETABLE THAT YOUR KIDS WILL EAT

2 boxes frozen chopped broccoli
1 box frozen cauliflower
1 can Campbell’s cream of chicken soup
8 oz. jar Cheez Whiz
Dried bread crumbs

Make veggies; boil and drain. In a 2 quart casserole dish mix all ingredients, except bread crumbs. Cover top generously with bread crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees for about 1/2 hour or until bread crumbs brown and cheese bubbles.

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OK I know I got carried away but kids are fun and we really dont get to spend too much time with them before they are not wanting to do their own thing. I love cooking and bonding in the kitchen with my kids, my daughter just thinks I am the bomb best feeling ever. My mom does hair and cooks brownies with me lol, her favorite tale.

good luck, please feel free to email, my sister is pre k teacher assistant and we both love kids, i took several child care classes, but then went to cna with mentally handicapped adults. I used the same easy fun things with them helped out tremendously

Answer by christnp
Why not pick up a rotisserie chicken and a few sides. Or you could just pick up the chicken and make a boxed rice mix and salad.

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