Recap of Week Two
This week's goals were to learn to make chicken stock and to find a cookie recipe (with no refined sugar or white flour) that my children will like and think of as a "treat". I did make chicken stock and it turned out pretty good. I did not find a cookie recipe because I found this Peanut Butter and Honey Bars recipe and decided to try it instead. These got mixed reviews. Samantha liked them, Gracen thought they were ok, and Wes did not like them at all. He loves PB and honey, so I think it was the sesame seed flavor that he did not like. I will continue to work on this goal.
This Cottage Cheese and Fruit Salad recipe. I do not normally like cottage cheese, but I really liked this salad. I will be making it again. The only change I will make is to add less cinnamon.
Week Three Goals
- Make Nourished Kitchen's beef stock.
- Find and make a good soaked bread recipe. (Anybody have one?)
- Read Nina Planck's Real Food: What to Eat and Why.
Turkey and Swiss on Whole Wheat
Almond or Sunflower Seed Butter with Banana Sandwich
Taste of Home's Sausage Lentil Soup
Minneapolis Real Food Lover's Cottage Pie with Mashed Yams
Kalyn's Kitchen's Chicken with Asparagus and Three Cheeses
Martha Stewart's Crockpot Chili Chicken Tacos
Tasty Eats at Home's Pork Satay with Mashed Cauliflower
Cabbage and Sausage
*With our dinners, I usually try to serve a simple salad or another type of fresh veggie.
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How did your week go? Did you accomplish your goals? Did you learn/find anything you would like to share? I would love to hear from you!
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