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Dad's zany lunches get his kids eating fruit

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A father who encouraged his children to eat fruit and vegetables by transforming their food into cartoon characters has now put his whacky ideas into a party recipe book.

Mark Northeast was delighted when his son, Oscar, seven, started eating tomatoes after they were disguised in a SpongeBob SquarePants sandwich.

The 39-year-old web designer spent hours coming up with more ideas to make food more exciting.

http://www.dailymail...ecipe-book.html

Well done dad!

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What a nice idea.

Now we need to think of ways to make exercise more exiting.

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Now we need to think of ways to make exercise more exiting.

Getting outside and playing with your kids might help. :P

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Getting outside and playing with your kids might help. :P

That works...

But I don't have kids, and probably never will :(

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That's pretty cute! Reminds me of the bento Japanese mothers prefer prepare for their kids.

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Awww I wish my dad did that

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How does he come up with the time? Now if people could just come up with the time to talk to their kids.

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They're absolutely brilliant!

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Wow what a grest idea. Way to go Dad

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Not a bad idea, some kids just need to be fooled. My parents though wouldn't do that. They were just 'you need to eat fruit and vegetables, if you don't, scurvy.' Though I love me some fruit, especially peaches.

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Cool idea. The holding down and shoving was hard.

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