WEEKLY MEAL WRAP UP

Last week we got a treat!

Freedom Farmer S brought over some ears of corn which we immediately enjoyed for lunch the next day.  As for me I didn’t/couldn’t wait.  Seeing there was corn in the box he brought filled with other farmgrown goodies I immediately forgot my manners and shucked one right then in there in the living room.  Just ate it raw right off the cob like I did when I was a little kid.  It’s certianly been a long time since I had a sweet corn.  Delicious!

SATURDAY

Breakfast – homemade/homegrown blueberry pancakes
Dinner – had friends over for homemade/homegrown pizza and movie night

SUNDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – leftover pizza
Dinner – homegrown peppers, tomatoes, celery and cheese pastas with homegrown salad

MONDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown zucchini casserole (homegrown herbs, tomatoes, celery, onions, peppers, garlic)
Dinner – homegrown zucchini casserole (homegrown herbs, tomatoes, celery, onions, peppers, garlic)

TUESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown steamed summer veggies and homegrown salad
Dinner – bruschetta (homegrown tomatoes, basil, mozzarella cheese) with  homemade sauerkraut made with locally bartered cabbage (from Farmer S)

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homemade vegetable soup (homegrown onions, garlic, squash, tomatoes, celery, carrots, turnips)
Dinner – homemade vegetable soup (homegrown onions, garlic, squash, tomatoes, celery, carrots, turnips)

THURSDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homemade vegetable soup (homegrown onions, garlic, squash, tomatoes, celery, carrots, turnips)
Dinner – homemade pizza topped with homegrown marinated peppers, tomatoes, basil, onions, organic cheese and homegrown salad

FRIDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch –  corn on the cob with steamed cabbage, turnips and carrots ( cabbage and corn from Farmer S)
Dinner -homemade tomato sauce (homegrown garlic, celery, onions, peppers and tomatoes) with pasta and homegrown salad.

Comments(3)

  1. Elaine says:

    Oh boy those photos of your cooking had me drooling Anais. My first visit to your blog and it certainly wont be my last!!!! Love the goats too. Yr hard work on this site is much appreciated. Regards from Surrey, England

  2. WannaSmile:) says:

    Yummy! All of your meals look delicious. Seriously, you need to put out a cook book. Just want you to know how much you’ve inspired me. I am growing a vegetable garden in my yard this year and am loving it. It feels so great to connect with the planet like this, and I’m going to harvest my very own broccoli from my yard for dinner tonight. It’s a first, and so exciting!

  3. Karen Joyce says:

    Looks Yummy! My son and I are seriously working on eating what we have vs running to the store… so far, so good!
    Question: how did you manage to keep the goats in a subdivision? I am currently unincorporated, although was supposed to be incorporated last May~ somehow never happened 🙂

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