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We try to eat Real Food. What does this mean to me? Our foods should be whole, unprocessed and nutrient dense. A few examples; when you see toast on our menu that is actually toasted homemade whole wheat sourdough bread (I make 4 loaves a week in about 20 minutes hands on time), the meatballs on Wednesday night will come from grass fed beef that we get from a local rancher who offers a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and we love pizza. Using my sourdough starter I make yummy pizza crust and top it in a variety of ways. Most of my meals are fairly quick and easy and taste delicious.
We didn’t stick to our menu last week very well. One night I was supposed to make tacos but had computer troubles and spent the day repairing it so ended up making a delicious casserole. Instead of having Pizza on Friday night (our tradition) we had spaghetti which is a rarity for us. And instead of making Antelope Roast on Sunday we had roast chicken. It all worked out well and I’m on to another week.
B- Toast with peanut butter, sliced apples
D- Chicken curry over rice, stir fry vegetables
B- Yogurt with fruit
D- Chicken with Dumplings (I’m going to experiment at making soaked dumplings)
B- soaked oatmeal with apples and cinnamon
D- Terriyaki Meatballs (terriyaki recipe from Nourishing Traditions) over rice, asparagus with sesame seeds
B- Hot rice cereal, banana
B- Eggs and toast, fruit
D- Son-in-law’s birthday. I think we are taking him out.
B- Toast with peanut butter, fruit
L- Apple Blue Cheese Salad (made with a kombucha vinaigrette)
D-Baked salmon plus potato & carrot soup.
More menu ideas at Orgjunkie.com