What do you do with your children's picky eating? Tonight for supper I prepared something J has never had before - cauliflower cheese. I am now paranoid about all the differences between American/British culture so should this not exist in the States, it is steamed cauliflower with a cheese sauce on top Anyway, having planned this because it was made with milk, wholemeal flour,lots of cheese - J immediately refused it saying "Beurk!" (French for "Yuk!"), insisting that he "didn't like it" even though he had never eaten it... Refused to touch it and would clearly have gone into full tantrum mode if I had tried to insist. He ended up having a small bowl of rice salad larded with ketchup, two fromage frais with sugar (of course), a spoon of chocolate hazelnut spread with a little bit of milk... Not too disastrous I guess but it is often like this with new things that he instantly takes against and refuses... And then... I am thinking of trying the Feingold diet but, apart from the usual difficulty of fitting this in with school meals and being at the childminders', how on earth to get J to give up sugar... he craves it, which is apparently typical for kids for whom it is not recommended. Any thoughts/experiences gratefully received!