URBAN HOMESTEAD EATS

The garden’s bounty is starting to roll in. Lots of good homegrown eats, here’s a menu of what we urban homesteaders enjoyed last week.

SATURDAY

Breakfast – homemade, homegrown blueberry pancakes (made with homeraised eggs) and homemade, homegrown strawberry sauce
Dinner – homemade whole wheat tortillas, homemade spanish rice (homegrown green onions, peppers, cilantro) with organic black beans

SUNDAY (hiking)

Breakfast – homemade, homegrown blueberry pancakes (made with homeraised eggs) and homemade, homegrown strawberry sauce
Dinner – homemade, homegrown broccoli lasagna with homegrown salad

MONDAY

Breakfast – homemade granola
Lunch – homegrown potatoes, zucchini, broccoli and greens with homegrown salad
Dinner – homemade, homegrown broccoli lasagna with homegrown swiss chard salad

TUESDAY (CNN crew arrives at 6:30 am)

Breakfast – homemade granola
Lunch –
Dinner – homegrown potatoes, with homegrown herbs and homegrown salad

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – homemade granola
Lunch – homegrown potatoes, with homegrown herbs and homegrown salad
Dinner – homeraised egg salad sandwich with homegrown chives and cress with homegrown salad

THURSDAY (CBS Evening News)

Breakfast – homemade granola
Lunch – homemade, whole wheat and homegrown herb pizza crust topped with homegrown tomatoes, zucchini, green onions and basil with homegrown salad
Dinner – organic pasta and cheese with homegrown peppers, broccoli and homegrown salad

FRIDAY

Breakfast – homemade granola
Lunch – baked and breaded homegrown zucchini with homegrown potatoes with homegrown chives
Dinner – organic whole wheat pasta with homemade tomato sauce with homegrown herbs, homegrown baby field greens, homemade no knead bread and homegrown/homemade wine

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  1. Ariella says:

    Anais,

    I see that you make your own tortillas, and I was wondering if you have a good recipe. Mine always turn out too tough, not soft and flexible.

  2. lisa says:

    I just found your site and I ‘m catching up on the reading.I have looked everywhere and no recipes.I love to grow it don’t know what to do with it.

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