Menu for December 6th – 12th

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Busy, busy, busy!  I can’t believe how many different things I managed to schedule in this week – and I KNOW I’m going to regret it!
Well, except for all the good food… Between our Chapter potluck for the Weston Price Foundation and a holiday party on Friday, we’ll be eating some absolutely delicious nourishing food! I AM looking forward to that! 🙂

Menu

Sunday
breakfast: apple spice pancakes, pumpkin butter, whipped cream
lunch: burritos w/ beef, rice, beans, lettuce, salsa
dinner: parmesan potatoes, broccoli, salad

Monday
breakfast: cornmeal mush, raisin chutney
lunch: vegetable noodle soup w/carrots, celery, kale, zucchini, potatoes
dinner: roasted chicken, cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, salad

Tuesday
breakfast: potato, spinach, and cheese omelets
lunch: macaroni and cheese, green beans
dinner: chili, cornbread, salad

Wednesday
breakfast: yogurt parfaits
lunch: taco salad
dinner: WAPF potluck – taking beef wellington, and homemade spiced cider

Thursday
breakfast: scrambled eggs, sausage, toast
lunch: Building a Natural Medicine Cabinet class – taking applesauce cake & raw milk
dinner: lentil, kale, and sausage stew, biscuits

Friday
breakfast: biscuits, sausage gravy, fruit
lunch: roasted butternut squash, green beans
dinner: Holiday Party – taking pot roast w/vegetables, homemade spiced cider

Sabbath
breakfast: baked pumpkin oatmeal
lunch: potato soup, cheese crackers, salad
dinner: Christmas Parade in Kerman – taking l/o soup, crackers, and something HOT to drink!

Kitchen Preparation Schedule
Sabbath evening
– soak flour for pancakes
– chop and marinate potatoes

Sunday
– soak cornmeal
– defrost chicken
– boil potatoes

Monday
– soak beans
– soak cornmeal
– defrost spinach
– start roast marinating for Wed.

Tuesday
– drain yogurt
– sear beef
– make duxelles for wellington

Wednesday
– soak flour for cake
– make beef wellington
– soak flour for biscuits
– soak lentils

Thursday
– soak flour for crackers
– start pot roast marinating for Friday night

Friday
– soak oats for oatmeal
– make potato soup ready for crockpot
– make crackers

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