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Seaworthy Kids Lunch: Mayflower Sandwich

It’s time for Thanksgiving … and an edible history lesson! The Pilgrims sailed from England to America on a ship called the Mayflower, under the guidance of one Christopher Jones. The Pilgrims were on the ship for two months and underwent many storms at sea, but they finally reached land and settled in Massachusetts. There they met the Wamponoag Indians, who helped show them how to plant crops and hunt. The first Thanksgiving took place after their first harvest. (You might leave out the part that half the Pilgrims died the first winter.) Make this whimsical Mayflower sandwich and teach your kids about Thanksgiving, then ask them what they’re thankful for!


What You’ll Need:
1 peanut butter sandwich
sliced mozzarella cheese
dried spaghetti noodles


To Make Mayflower Sandwich:
Cut peanut butter sandwich into the shape of a boat and set on a plate as shown. (Use peanut butter to “glue” the sandwich upright if needed.) Cut the cheese into fours squares — two smaller ones and two larger. Thread the cheese onto the dried spaghetti noodles and stick the masts into the sandwich.


Happy Thanksgiving!




Go ahead, play with your food! Check out all of Kellie’s kid-friendly creations!



6 Responses to “Seaworthy Kids Lunch: Mayflower Sandwich”

  • Vanda says:

    A great time Saturday night. We surprised my parents and they were thriled when they got there..Thank you! I had been instructed by the photo booth person that pictures would be online. Where are they?

  • Erlinda says:

    Mr. Elliott,Letters via USPS sounds so novel in the internet age even when it is one letter produced for many, but it doesn’t sound like a pen-pal relationship. Can one particular write back again on the author with the letter?

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  • Olive says:

    Welcome Steinbach! We’re so energized to welcome you to your Fruit Share relatives we know you happen to be going to like it!

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