WEEKLY MEAL WRAP UP x2

Ok, I am going to have to do a better job of taking photos of the meals.    Funny how you get out of routine for just a bit and, well, it’s a struggle to get back!

So one of these days, I will tie the camera around my neck and take some food pics!

Oh, and we are also going to try to get together some recipes that ya’ll can download.   Certainly a plate full of “to do’s”

WEEK ONE

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

SATURDAY

Breakfast – out
Dinner -potluck

SUNDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – leftovers from potluck
Dinner – coleslaw (red cabbage, carrots, fennel) bread and butter radish sandwich

MONDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – vegetable soup (winter squash, cabbage, green onions)
Dinner – leftovers

TUESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – leftover soup from Monday
Dinner – baked winter squash, with salad (greens, radishes, strawberries)

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – vegetable soup (winter squash, cabbage, green onions)
Dinner – rice pilaf (celery, herbs, green onions) roasted beet salad

THURSDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – veggies with pasta (chard, kale, carrots, daikon, cilantro) with peanut butter sauce
Dinner -herb pizza dough topped with tomato sauce, pickled garlic, peppers and broccoli with salad

FRIDAY

Breakfast – skillet granola
Lunch – vegetable soup (winter squash, cabbage, green onions)
Dinner –  no knead bread, tomato sauce and pasta with salad

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WEEK TWO

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

SATURDAY

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
Dinner – avocado, arugula and cucumber relish sandwich

MONDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – veggie pot pie (assorted greens, potatoes)
Dinner – veggie pot pie (assorted greens, potatoes)

TUESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – coleslaw (red cabbage, carrots, fennel) bread and butter radish sandwich
Dinner – avocado, arugula and cucumber relish sandwich

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – steamed potatoes, broccoli, green onions and peas
Dinner – kale pesto with salad

THURSDAY

Breakfast – fruit preserves & organic peanut butter on bread
Lunch – avocado, arugula and cucumber relish sandwich
Dinner – herb pizza dough topped with tomato sauce, pickled garlic, peppers with salad

FRIDAY

Breakfast – skillet granola
Lunch – kale pesto with salad
Dinner –  no knead bread, tomato sauce and pasta with salad

Comments(6)

  1. Sally says:

    Looking (and sounding) good! Your pictures have always been beautiful, but the new format seems to show them even better.

  2. Ben says:

    Do you guys not eat the chicken/duck eggs? Or drink the goat milk?

  3. Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings says:

    Thank you for mentioning Kale Pesto! Now I have an idea to use up some of the abundant kale up! I’ve made basil pesto so will try the kale pesto.

  4. Aliza says:

    I’ve found that not using any flash at all usually helps with food photos (I don’t have a very good camera or much camera skills…) Of course, you do need a lot of daylight to take those kinds of photos. Hope that helps?

    Love your homestead!

  5. Lisa says:

    I love the new look and I can’t wait for you to start posting recipes. I always read your menus and check out the food pics, so it’ll be nice to be able to prepare some of the same things you show us.

    Btw, I ordered some seeds last week and could not believe how fast they got here!! Thanks so much:)

  6. Sarah Beam says:

    I love that most of the time you end up eating the same breakfast. We are creatures of habit here as well. Your skillet granola has me intrigued though, and I will be needing more information.

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