Sunday, February 7, 2010

What We Are Eating: Week Six


Recap of Week 5
  • Experiment with making Musings of a Housewife's Homemade Whole Wheat Bread Recipe  a Soaked Bread Recipe and try  Upon Our Hearts's. - I was able to adapt the recipe to a soaked sandwich bread recipe.  It is so yummy! However, I did not have a chance to try Upon Our Heart's recipe.  I will have to try it this week.
  • Apply for CSA/Buying Club. - I did not get a chance to fill out the application last week, so I will do it this week. 
  • Try Kefir and introduce it to kids.  - We all liked the kefir we tried.  It was a vanilla flavor.  Super good.  
Good Finds
Books - Two of the books that I checked out from the library this week are phenomenal.  I will be purchasing them.
Products
Recipe
  • Calabacitas from Sarah's Musings - Very rich, cheesey, and gooey.  Great comfort food.

Week Six Goals

Breakfast
Granola and yogurt
Apple Cinnamon Muffins using GNOWFGLINS's Basic Soaked Muffin Recipe
Soaked Pancakes (in blender)
Egg in a Hole
Breakfast Tacos

Lunch
Turkey Sandwiches, Fruit, Veggies and Dip/Pretzels
Pasta Marinara, Bread
Bagel with Cream Cheese, Fruit
Beans and Franks, Fruit, Veggies
No school on Friday

Dinners
Sunday - Superbowl Party
Pioneer Woman's Simple Perfect Enchiladas 
Ina's Chicken Noodle Soup and Homemade Bread
Ina's Mozzarella, Pesto, and Tomato Sandwich
Kitchen Stewardship's Pepper Steak
Friday - Babysitting Night at Nursery School/John and I Out to dinner ~ Yay!
Leftovers

Check out what other bloggers are eating at I'm an Organizing Junkie.

Do you have any kid friendly "meatless meal" ideas? Please share!


To see all of the posts in this series go here

5 comments:

Sarah@EmergingMummy said...

Wow, Kristy! This is great stuff! Thanks so much for sharing all of it, especially for newbies like me. Just to let you know, I posted a link to your blog on my "Whole Foods Challenge" post for this week. Thanks for your encouragement!

MaryAnne said...

I'm so impressed with this! Our favorite meat-free kid-friendly meals are mac n cheese from scratch (I add hummus for flavor), pizza, and minestrone soup made with alphabet pasta!

Cara said...

I'm very curious to see what meatless meals you come up with. This is definitely something I want to do too. Pasta dishes might be a good way to go. Maybe red beans and rice (though I'm not sure how kid friendly this is). Pizza, and soups, as MaryAnne suggested.

You are doing such a great job and I love your weekly updates!!

Tara Rison said...

MaryAnne, Thanks for sharing! My kids do love pizza. I am not sure about minestrone. Wes and Sam would probably like it; I am going to give it a shot. I would love to hear more about how you use hummus in your mac and cheese. We luv both of those!

Cara, My husband, Samantha, and I love red beans and rice. My family is originally from NOLA, so I am all about cajun goodness! Glad you are enjoying the updates. I will definitely post some vegetarian recipes I find.

Tara Rison said...

Sarah, I am enjoying reading about your quest, as well. Keep up the good work! Although I am fairly new to all of this, please let me know if you have any questions or need any resources. I am happy to share.