Between cooking breakfast & dinner, packing lunches and reading my favorite blogs, I have to tend to some regular tasks on a weekly basis in order to keep us healthy, happy and well fed. These include keeping up foods/drinks that we consume often and that I grew tired of paying too much money for AND which I learned on the internet and through reading books that I could make at home with a measure of good attitude, patience and industriousness.
What do you do on a regular basis to keep yourself well fed and your blog well read? What do you enjoy most and least of those tasks???
Here are some things I did this week to keep the food machine running smoothly:
Like I said, pack lunches and make breakfast:
Mangalitsa brat lunch with salad, potato and pineapple
I call this my “foodbod” lunch because it reminds me of Elaine — white bean puree with herbs with kale, raisins, pickled onion, vinegar and olive oil
Resurrecting Easter leftovers . . . here the Pastiera Napoletana . . . rendered Mike style by the addition of plantains and marmalade!
A Kalbi lunch
Little Elvis open faced sandwich — banana sourdough bread with plantain, bacon and tahini
Making plantains for lunch
Bento Box lunch
Arroz con leche with jicama and date . . . and bacon
A millet muffin
Go to the Farmer’s Market:
David Karp and my Red Bread friends
Shishitos this week
A local wheat grower and miller . . . . seriously!
Early summer with the strawberries . . . they are soooo delicious right now
Goose, duck and “regular” eggs
Maintain Bone Broth for stock, sauces and healthy sipping:
Flavor and Pressurize Kombucha and Feed Sourdough Starter:
It’s been brewing all week with the scabies
This morning I made loquat kombucha
See you in a week