Last night we had chicken and veggies and a salad with carrots, romaine and cabbage. Today’s lunch was the last of the quinoa and some of the veggies from last night. The husband took the last of the stew. Tonight is pork tacos –… Continue Reading “Keeping up.”
Dinner two went without a hitch – beef stew. Used beef from the local meat market, Yoder Meats. We buy our meat in bulk, some pork, some chicken, some beef. And then we buy half a lamb from Clark Farms. We end up buying… Continue Reading “Dinner 2”
Trying to use my produce up so here we go. Dinner was a minor bust. They didn’t have mahi-mahi at the store, so we tried swordfish. As it turns out, we don’t like swordfish. Oh well. It was a try. Used up some of… Continue Reading “Dinner 1/Brunch 1”
All right, I already said that I’m recommitting to good habits. Two are cooking more and wasting less. To that end, I was deliberate in my grocery shopping today, and will be keeping tabs on whether I follow through.
Well, Dixon, our local opossum, got in the hen house again last night.
After our day of eagle watching, we lolled about in the morning, then started our drive home. We stopped wherever we felt like it, and had a good time.
Saturday was eagle days was on Saturday at Milford Lake Nature Center. We lounged about until almost noon, then went out to watch some birds.
So we went on an adventure to celebrate my husband’s new job. I picked him up and we started with dinner in Lindsborg, Kansas. Little Sweden. We went to the The Swedish Crown for dinner, then drove along to Milford Lake, where we got… Continue Reading “Adventure 1”
Yesterday was beautiful. I ended up walking around my property for a while, and made lovely lamb chops from Clark Farm, and a bunch of different vegetables. It makes me giggle that Brussel Sprouts basically come on a sword. Today is a short work… Continue Reading “Slightly better…”
I totally didn’t do it yesterday. Started strong with a good breakfast, and healthy snacks. But I worked too much, ate lunch at my desk, and went out to dinner because we had to pick up my husband’s safety glasses in town.