WEEKLY MEAL WRAP UP x2

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Weeks are going by so fast, by the time I turn around I am already behind in posting our week’s worth of meals.   Oh well, better late than never I suppose.

A reader had a suggestion (a good one) so will take his advice.  He suggested have a disclaimer on each weekly meal wrap up that says something to the effect:

“All food items are homemade/homegrown/home preserved unless otherwise specified”

Will save some time and repetitiveness – a good thing, so thanks for the tip Cody!

Oh and once again I did a rather pathetic job at photographing the meals (too busy taking critter and garden photos!)  I’ll do better next time (I hope)

I know many of you will be shocked that we changed breakfast eats.  Yep, I told you change was coming – gotta use up all those jars in the cupboards.

Guess you can tell by the menu what was in season, surplus this week – broccoli!!!!

SATURDAY

All food items are homemade/homegrown/home preserved unless otherwise specified

Breakfast – pancakes with strawberry sauce
Dinner – flour tortillas, spanish rice with organic black beans

SUNDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – leftovers from Sat dinner
Dinner – broccoli, green onion soup

MONDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – broccoli, green onion soup
Dinner – broccoli with herb butter with CA grown, organic rice

TUESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – broccoli, green onion soup
Dinner -broccoli cheese casserole with salad

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – broccoli with herb butter with CA grown, organic rice
Dinner – broccoli cheese casserole with salad

THURSDAY

Breakfast – skillet granola
Lunch – baked squash with salad
Dinner -herb pizza dough topped with tomato sauce, pickled garlic, peppers and broccoli

FRIDAY

Breakfast – skillet granola
Lunch – broccoli with herb butter with CA grown, organic rice
Dinner –  no knead bread, tomato sauce and pasta with salad

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All food items are homemade/homegrown/home preserved unless otherwise specified

Thanks to a recent gather we had loads of extra organic split pea soup (thanks Harold!)  and guess what was for dinner?  Yep, you guessed it – soup!

SATURDAY

Breakfast – pancakes with strawberry sauce
Dinner -potluck

SUNDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – leftovers from potluck
Dinner – leftovers from potluck

MONDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – leftovers from potluck
Dinner – leftovers from potluck

TUESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – leftovers from potluck
Dinner – leftovers from potluck

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – broccoli with herb butter with CA grown, organic rice
Dinner – avocado, lettuce, squash pickle raw cheese sandwich

THURSDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – broccoli with herb butter with CA grown, organic rice
Dinner -herb pizza dough topped with tomato sauce, pickled garlic, peppers and broccoli with salad

FRIDAY

Breakfast – skillet granola
Lunch – broccoli cheese casserole
Dinner –  no knead bread, tomato sauce and pasta with salad

Comments(2)

  1. Carmen says:

    Thank you so much for all your wonderful posts, I have been following you guys for months, I am starting a few veggie beds myself, I have laready been able to harvest some winter veggies, I really like it, it really is contagious.

    I am wondering do you have a good recipe for pickled garlic, I love it but would much rather make it myself and not have to spend a lot of $ to buy it at speciality stores.

  2. Liam says:

    I’ve been following the blog a long time now and love the updates! You guys are setting a fantastic example for others to follow.

    As a follow up to the comment above, I was wondering about your recipe for skillet granola? I have tried searching the blog, but cannot locate it. Perhaps you can direct me to a link?

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