I'm sure I'm not the only one to do this. I think we all have had those in our family that said, "I hate vegetables". Well over the years I came up with all sorts of ways to camouflage vegetables, so that I could get the most stubborn anti-vegetable members of my family to eat them. Like todays, I fixed a pot roast with the favored potatoes, carrots, and onions. But when Bobert wasn't looking I added cut up green bell peppers, and yellow squash to the very bottom of the pot, so he couldn't see them. I let everything simmer for seven hours, and by then the peppers and squash had cook to a point that Bobert and his father never even noticed they were there. I used to fix things like zucchini bread, pumpkin and sweet potato soup, cucumber and white potato hash brown, and so on. As my children grew older, I did tell them about the hidden vegetables, and by the time they were feeding themselves, they had grown to like vegetables. What were some of the ways you hid those good veggies so that you could get your family to eat them?