Breakfast Day 5: I’m starting to miss oatmeal. And even cereal. The only local breakfasts we’ve come up with are eggs, french toast, or smoothies. I forgot to take pictures, and now I can’t remember if Day 5 was eggs or a smoothie. It was one or the other. The good news is that yogurt is on order through Green Bean Delivery and should arrive tomorrow afternoon. So we’ll be able to mix it up a little…
Lunch Day 5: Lunch has been much more diverse! Even though the soup was leftovers, I jazzed it up with some homemade croutons using Blue Oven Bakery bread and Hartzler’s butter. And I made one of the best grilled cheese sandwiches I’ve had in a long time! I picked up a random block of cheese from Northside Farmers’ Market, and it turned out to be awesome! Nice and sharp flavor that complements the wheat bread very well.
Dinner Day 5: I am pretty proud of this dinner! I had lots of broccoli, peppers, onions, and mushrooms. This mix just screamed stir-fry. Normally I would use rice, soy sauce, and ginger, none of which are locally produced. Lucky for me, I had some already-roasted spaghetti squash! I sauteed the veggies with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper, apple cider, and a little maple syrup. Magically, it turned out delicious! The husband and I were stuffed after eating it.
Vendors I bought from and where I sourced them:
- EcOhio Farm – Green Bean Delivery
- Mt. Kofinas – Montgomery Farmers’ Market
- Finn Meadows – CSA
- My Artisano Foods – Whole Foods
- Blue Oven Bakery – Northside Farmers’ Market
- Shamrock Farms – Green Bean Delivery
- Hartzler’s – Green Bean Delivery
- Canal Junction – Northside Farmers’ Market
- Salatin’s Orchard – Montgomery Farmers’ Market