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The amount of time it takes to cook nutritious food for a family is enormous. Add to that the time it takes to grocery shop and I can appreciate all the business ideas on how to make things easier, and faster. Grocery delivery services, organic box deliveries chock full of vegetables and fruit (I use Front Door Organics), fully cooked and prepared meals to pick up and take home (roast chicken comes to mind), and of course the various take-out options so many of us use at least occasionally. Continue reading
Last night I cooked with turnips. The pictures I took with my handydandy new smartphone didn’t turn out and since there are no leftovers….sorry. No picture.
But here’s what a turnip looks like.
I could write several posts about the kids’ lunches, but I won’t. Who needs to endure my kids’ [occasional] ordeal when you have your own to deal with? I mean, most likely you have a kid food story to tell. Most people I know, or talk to, or read about, have had some issue with the school lunch situation at some point.
But this post is about is MY lunch. Or my lack of lunch. Continue reading
We are not allergic or sensitive to wheat, but we do find that eating too much wheat-product on a daily basis does leave us with occasional bloating or discomfort. So I figured experimenting with a gluten free rice flour can’t hurt.
The checks for hockey school have cleared the account.
We are one step closer to back to school and activity and routine and schedules, and it makes me hyperventilate.
It’s JULY. I’m in vacation mode here…
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In other news, I made this for dinner the other night:
I have lemon verbena, lemon thyme and orange mint in the garden. I wrapped the salmon tight with foil after sprinkling it with sea salt, pepper and dill seed, and bbq-ed it for about 10 minutes. Then I decorated it with fresh herbs including parsley. The hint of citrus was very appealing and the entire family ate it. Delicious!
There is no chicken in the house so I can’t make this for tonight.