WEEKLY MEAL WRAP UP x2

Whoosh. That’s the sound of time flying by!

Where does the time go? One week, turns into two and I am already behind in putting up our weekly meals. Father time is going to need to slow down a bit.

Given that we are smack dab in the middle of winter and enjoying fresh tomatoes is truly a blessing what the good earth does provide.

This week,  Farmer Sergio brought over avocados and with our being days from leaving to Northern California and so much work, we’ve been surviving on fresh, yes FRESH, homegrown tomato, avocado and homegrown lettuce sandwiches.  Served with homegrown/preserved pickle beans and even homegrown/preserved pickled squash.  DELISH!

Now without further delay here’s the wrap up from last week’s and the week before meals.

SATURDAY

Breakfast – homemade buttermilk pancakes with homepreserved strawberry sauce
Dinner – friends over for potluck

SUNDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown green (kale, cabbage, collards) herbs and potato soup
Dinner – homemade lentil loaf topped with homemade ketchup with homegrown winter squash, homegrown salad with homegrown blood oranges

MONDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown green (kale, cabbage, collards) herbs and potato soup
Dinner – homemade/canned tomato sauce with pasta and parmesan cheese and homemade no knead bread

TUESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homemade chili (homegrown frozen peppers, tomatoes) topped with cheese and homegrown (fresh) tomatoes
Dinner -leftovers

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – leftover lentil loaf sandwich topped with homegrown (FRESH) tomatoes, homegrown lettuce
Dinner – homemade flour tortillas, black beans, raw cheese, homegrown tomatoes, cilantro and homegrown/canned marinated green peppers

THURSDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – raw grilled cheese sandwich with homegrown/made jalapeno jelly, homegrown tomatoes/homemade-grown zucchini pickles
Dinner – homemade/homegrown herb pizza crust topped with homegrown tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and mozzarella cheese

FRIDAY

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

SATURDAY

Breakfast – homemade buttermilk pancakes
Dinner – homemade flour tortillas, homemade spanish rice with black beans and raw cheese

SUNDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – leftovers from Saturday dinner
Dinner – homegrown green (kale, cabbage, collards) herbs and potato soup

MONDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown green (kale, cabbage, collards) herbs and potato soup
Dinner – homegrown lima beans with homegrown herb/local meyer lemon butter with CA organic rice

TUESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown lima beans with homegrown herb/local meyer lemon butter and homemade cornbread
Dinner -homegrown lima beans with homegrown herb/local meyer lemon butter and homemade cornbread

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch –  homegrown (fresh) tomato, lettuce, squash pickle and raw cheese sandwich
Dinner – homegrown (fresh) tomato, lettuce, squash pickle and raw cheese sandwich

THURSDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – homegrown salad with macaroni & cheese casserole
Dinner – homemade/homegrown herb pizza crust topped with homegrown tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and mozzarella cheese

FRIDAY

Breakfast – homemade skillet granola
Lunch – raw grilled cheese sandwich with homegrown/homemade jalapeno jelly, homegrown tomatoes/homemade-grown zucchini pickles
Dinner – homemade/canned tomato sauce with pasta and parmesan cheese and homemade no knead bread

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Comments(5)

  1. Sarah says:

    Everything sounds wonderful! How do you make your pizza crust???

    Have fun at all of your events!!!

  2. Cena says:

    oh my, I just opened my calendar which came this afternoon!!!!! I LOVE IT! I LOVE IT! I LOVE IT!
    The size is perfect, its on firm paper, and the pictures are beautiful. Buy this calendar, you won’t be disappointed. My teenagers said February looks delicious. They are all looking up their birthday month and looking at the pictures. Thank you, and I hope they sell, because I want one next year (a 2011 of course.)

  3. kitsapFG says:

    Everything looks very good and a nice variety in the menu.

  4. Natalie says:

    I’m curious about my calender. I ordered it back in late December and here it is almost the end of January and I still haven’t received it. And it seems by the post above that others have.
    What’s going on? I’m really disappointed that I still don’t have a 2010 calender.

  5. Judi says:

    Anais, Your meals look wonderful! Have you thought of a cookbook?? Definitely would like one if you do! Judi

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