Isn't that beautiful? Fresh swiss chard from the City Seed Farmers Market in Westville. 2 huge bunches. Yum Yum. I made this with olive oil and freshly ground nutmeg. That's it. I tend to do a lot of the vegetable, casserole, quiche, baking. Hubby does all proteins and other add ons. This swiss chard was for whoever wanted it at any meal. We have such mixed up schedules that we eat what is available for any time of day.
All proteins unless noted were from the freezer
On Monday we had Perdue chicken cutlets (got a deal, were on sale for 4.99, it had 5 individually marinated and wrapped cutlets and I had a $2.50 coupon. This was in the freezer) with a fresh zucchini/carrot/celery/onion/masala seasoning that hubby created as well as a salad from the fresh greens we got on Sunday from the market. Yum Yum.
Tuesday was locally made pork italian sweet sausage with onions and peppers along with the rest of the vegetables from Monday and potatoes. There was enough for lunches on Wednesday.
Wednesday I made a quiche with three eggs, last of bisquick heart healthy, leftover tablespoons of cream cheese, turnip greens (City Seed again! turnips will be another side dish) chives from garden (sauted with the greens) white onion, a few shakes of Parmesan and some water and powdered milk (ran out of milk and cream) I'm eating a piece as I type, probably could have sauteed the chives a bit longer. But still tasty!
Strawberries from the garden! Washed, sliced and waiting in the fridge for whoever grabs them.
Thursday and Friday we have a small pork butt roast and a turkey breast to cook. Rice, yellow squash, zucchini, carrots and potatoes will accompany. Various leftovers for the weekend.