WEEKLY MEAL WRAP UP

I certainly didn’t do a good job taking photos from last week’s meals here on the urban homestead.  Guess I was too busy taking photos of other things!

With the garden in a semi hibernation, we are enjoying more simple “one pot” meals like soup.  And with an arsenal of trombonico squash stored in the garage we do not yet tired of mashed/smashed squash – yet.   Ask me in February and I may change my mind!

This week on the urban homestead our menu will definitely change because of the frost damage – more soups, squash and dipping into the dried bean stash in the pantry!

SATURDAY

Breakfast – homemade pancakes
Dinner – potluck

SUNDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – leftovers from potluck
Dinner – leftovers from potluck

MONDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – raw grilled cheese sandwich with homegrown tomatoes/homemade-grown zucchini pickles
Dinner – leftovers from potluck (someone brought a BIG pot of soup!)

TUESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown squash with homegrown salad
Dinner – homegrown squash with homegrown salad

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – raw grilled cheese sandwich with homegrown tomatoes/homemade-grown zucchini pickles
Dinner – homemade homegrown cream greens soup

THURSDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homemade homegrown cream greens soup
Dinner – homemade/homegrown herb pizza crust topped with homegrown tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and mozzarella cheese

FRIDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – leftover pizza with homegrown salad
Dinner – homemade/canned tomato sauce with pasta and parmesan cheese with homegrown salad and homemade no knead bread


Comments(2)

  1. viggie says:

    Do you share recipes? Cream greens soup sounds so interesting!

  2. erica says:

    I have just discovered you. I am so excited to read and learn more. I live in an urban home in Santa Cruz, California. I have lots of dirt in my yard and know nothing about all of the things you do so beautifully. I want to learn. THANK YOU.

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