She did eat it... well 1/2 of it at least - and for M, that's pretty typical even if the contents are of the more normal and edible variety. I'm hoping this will be a one time request as it looked fairly difficult to spread peanut butter on top of ham - and yes, she did care about what in order they were layered.
Now, don't get me wrong, I enjoy adventurous eaters (I like my carrots dipped in peanut butter) - but why is it that the same children who will eat fries dipped in honey and ice cream also refuse to try the chicken I made for dinner simply because it has visible specks of spices ("what is this green stuff all over? I don't like this mom...") Perhaps the answer is to just put piles of whatever is in the fridge on the table for dinner and let them create their own special blend... even if it does cause me to lose my appetite :) A radical new diet technique - you're allowed to eat whatever you want as long as you're willing to put it all together in one bite... it could work!
So how about you, what are the weirdest concoctions that your kids (or you) eat?