This Week’s Menu, April 22, 2018

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Menu for the week of April 22, 2018

Breakfast: Poached eggs and toast
Early Dinner: Steak and asparagus

Breakfast: Leftover steak with eggs
Early Dinner: Fried chicken

Breakfast: Corned beef hash and eggs
Early Dinner: Spicy pork stew

Breakfast: Biscuits and gravy
Early Dinner: Veggie rice bowl

Breakfast: Breakfast burrito
Early Dinner: Pulled pork

Breakfast: Grilled cheese sandwiches
Early Dinner: Stir fry

Breakfast: Breakfast out. We’re doing garage sales.
Early Dinner: Pizza


Greg loves meat with his meals, but I get tired of them. This week I’m trying to sneak in a couple of meatless meals.

Today, I’m also losing two of my doelings. I know they’re going to a great home, but you always worry. Babies miss their mamas. Although the girls are pretty much weaned I know they still sneak a drink from the milk bar every so often. It’s always a shaky transition from the home they’ve known since birth and all their playmates to some place new.

I remember when Captain Jack came to us. He was so depressed for the first two weeks. Slowly, he came around and now he’s the biggest mooch on the farm. He’s always first in line to be petted. Part of growing up I guess. Even humans go through that.

Another busy week on the farm. With any luck we might get two more trees taken down and then I can start planting some new shrubs.


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  1. Maria what blaspheme is this, meatless meals for a carnivore?

    Ha Ha, your man and mine must be related because I have the same problem. Meat eater deluxe poor Karl has even been told to cut down and start eating a better diet with less protein because of his predilection for it being one of the causes of kidney stones when you over indulge.

    Sounds like the homestead will be a little bereft for a while until the next crop of baby goats are born, good thing those girls have a discerning owner they should still have a lot of happy years to come at their new home.

    • Jackie: I know. I’ll probably catch heck when Greg reads this post. He’s better about eating less meat, but I’m still working on getting him to eat no meat.

      re: goats
      I’ll miss my baby goats, especially these two. They are the sweetest in the herd.

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