What’s for dinner-February 3, 2021

Our antidote for our overindulgence with bread today, a quick and easy root vegetable soup. Simmer chopped carrots, turnips and celery in a chicken broth base, when tender add green onions and bok choy, season with black pepper and miso paste. We like lots of black pepper, a well known antioxidant and anti inflammatory. SomeContinue reading “What’s for dinner-February 3, 2021”

Farmer breakfast-February 3, 2021

If you plan to work like a farmer you get to eat like a farmer. I have a physical work day today, so am loading up on protein and fat: soy powder shake with bananas, strawberries, beet powder and coconut cream. Dave’s raisin bread French toast with one slice of bacon (two halves). The smallContinue reading “Farmer breakfast-February 3, 2021”

What’s for dinner-January 25,2021

A nice tray of smoked salmon demands a snack supper, assembly required. Trader Joe’s fig and olive crackers and Wasa gluten free crackers provided a sturdy base for cream cheese, avocado, and some crunchy cucumber slices. The Foppen brand of smoked salmon comes with a sweet mustard dill sauce. The cherry tomatoes added more colorContinue reading “What’s for dinner-January 25,2021”

What’s for dinner-January 21, 2021

Waste not, want not. Today we had leftovers for breakfast and dinner. For breakfast, all the leftover fruit from last night went into the protein shake. For dinner, we recycled chicken Franchese, quinoa updated with diced carrots and sauteed onions, roasted cauliflower, zucchini, a redundant bit of baked potato, all a little tired but refreshedContinue reading “What’s for dinner-January 21, 2021”

What’s for dinner-Jan 20, 2021

It’s a celebratory day and I have to share with you a world class dinner salad Nancy whipped up: a yummy healthy mix of raw foods and seared eggplant with a tangy buttermilk dressing. Dressing: whisk 2 TB buttermilk, 2 TB white wine vinegar, 1 tsp Dijon mustard, and 1 tsp honey with fresh groundContinue reading “What’s for dinner-Jan 20, 2021”

What’s for dinner-January 19, 2021

After bacon and eggs for breakfast and baked eggplant with mozzarella for lunch, we were happy to have a salad for dinner. Not just any salad, a salad Nancy style with pears and blood oranges and bits of aged Gouda along with avocado, radishes, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, romaine. and radish micro-greens. If left to herContinue reading “What’s for dinner-January 19, 2021”