Pick up a rotisserie chicken at the supermarket for these crowd-pleasing sandwiches. With the slaw on top and an (optional) pickle on the side, you've got a complete meal on -- and in -- your hands.
Adding watermelon to panzanella, a classic Italian salad, kicks the kid-friendliness of the dish up several notches. Tomatoes from the farmer's market (or your garden!) will have the best flavor. For bread cubes with just the right amount of crunch, use only pieces with crust. Freeze the rest to toast for croutons down the road.
Serve these open-faced sandwiches already assembled, or deconstructed so kids can create their own dinners. Ripe nectarines stand in well for peaches in this sweet-savory supper.
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