Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of March is Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White. Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of your children, and will hopefully be a fun and interactive activity for the whole family. Head over to Growing Book by Book for some talking points to get the conversation started. Then visit Enchanted Homeschooling Mom for a fun craft to decorate your dinner table. We invite you to share a picture from your dinner with us anytime during the month on our Family Dinner Book Club Facebook page.
The climax of Charlotte’s Web takes place at a fair so I made the focus of this dinner menu foods that would be typically found at a fair.
Family Dinner Book Club
Baked Corn Dog Bites
Corn on the Cob – I like to cut the cobs into smaller wheels to make them easier to hold, and they’re cuter!
Wilbur’s Pig Slop Pasta (recipe below)
Raspberry Soda Pop -frozen raspberries, defrosted and mashed, mixed with sparkling water
Lemonade – freshly squeezed lemon juice, honey, and water in proportions to taste
Mini Hand Pies on a Stick
I am definitely not the first one to do this, but I think it is such a good idea that I just had to share. I don’t think I’ve ever gone to the fair and Not eaten a corn dog, even as an adult. Search Pinterest and you will find many variations on this recipe. Most kids love corn dogs, right? Hot dogs, a childhood favorite food, enrobed in sweet and fluffy cornbread, what’s not to enjoy? Homemade cornbread is pretty easy to make. Pour the cornbread batter into mini muffin pans, and then add a slice of hot dog to each and you’ve got yourself homemade corn dog bites in no time! Kids can help measure and mix the cornbread ingredients, as well as add the hot dog pieces to each mini muffin well. Serve with ketchup and mustard for dipping.