Sunday, March 21, 2010

My Mister and I have been reading "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle" for the last few weeks, and have decided to try a similar experiment.

Grow it, buy it local, or do without is what we've decided on.

We're still working on the details, but I'm getting excited about this new endeavor.

It keeps life interesting.

In the meantime, I am digging deep into the darkest corners of the pantry and freezer again.

Here's what's cooking....

~Simple soaked Oatmeal, frozen blueberries
~Pb&J on Sourdough bread, clementines
~Venison Stew, cornbread

~Plum smoothies, sourdough toast w/ honey
~Planned leftover stew
~Roasted turkey, Fermented Cranberry Relish, Buttermilk biscuits, green salad

~Fried eggs, sourdough toast
~Turkey sandwiches on sourdough, cottage cheese, peaches
~Bun-less hamburgers w/ caramelized onions, Curried Broccoli Salad

~Simple soaked Oatmeal, frozen blueberries
~Strawberry/Peach Slushies, Quesadillas
~Rustic Sourdough Noodles, sauteed mushrooms, green salad

~Bran muffins, applesauce, homemade hot chocolate
~Taco salad
~Turkey Tortellini Soup, sourdough bread

~Buttermilk Pancakes, apples & cinnamon sauteed in butter for topping
~Planned leftover soup
~Spinach/Ricotta Pizza

~Simple Sunday Supper (Translation: We decide what to have on the way home from church and stop at the store to get the ingredients. Then the kids make it. Because the Bible says that even the donkeys take the sabbath off. And my sanity is more important in this household than a donkey's. And.....Well, I have issues. I'm working on them.)

(On Sunday.)

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Mountain Home Quilts said...

Wow- that is a SERIOUS commitment! I applaud you and your Mister for making that decision!
I too just went "hard core" on our eating but in a slightly different way. :)

Evelyn Fields said...

Great meal plan & I like the donkey reference!!! Amen! Melissa