This Week’s Menu, March 4, 2018

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Menu for the week of March 4, 2018

Breakfast: Spinach omelette
Early Dinner: Steak and country-style potatoes

Breakfast: Bagels with a schmear
Early Dinner: Hot wings with kale salad (kale is especially good with poppy seed dressing)

Breakfast: French toast
Early Dinner: Homemade soup

Breakfast: Breakfast quesadilla
Early Dinner: Lamb chops

Breakfast: Migas (recipe)
Early Dinner: Chicken paella

Breakfast: Bagels
Early Dinner: BLTs

Breakfast: Breakfast out. Time for garage sales again!
Early Dinner: BBQ ribs


We’re still recovering. Greg is nearly 100% but I have a nagging cough. We both get tired when we over exert ourselves too. I noticed I had to massage our menu last week to lighter fare. We still don’t have our full appetite back though yesterday I noticed we were hungry for something more substantial so I take it as a good sign.

I’ve been working a couple of hours here and there on the garden in between the rain. The heart is willing but the body conks out before I get too far. It might take me a few extra days to get everything in order.

This year I’m planting edibles in the front yard. That’s probably sacrilegious to some people, but I think some veggies are beautiful as landscaping. I’m not overly fond of grass either and would love to replace it, but one revolutionary idea at a time.  🙂

All this could be a moot point if varmints decide to use our front yard as a buffet table. But nothing ventured, nothing gained.

How is it by you? Are you snowed in or ready to plant?

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  1. Angela Brown

    One day at a time in getting back to 100%. You’ll be there soon. Edibles in the front yard sounds like a nice idea. Not sure how many deer are out your way. They seem to be quite interested in front yards with anything edibles, including flowers lol!

    • Angela: Deer are a BIG problem, but they generally don’t come to the front yard because the dogs can see them from the atrium and bark like crazy. That’s not to say bunnies and birds won’t take a chance.

      The deer population has just exploded. My newest neighbor has high hopes for a garden but the deer are so bold in her yard, I don’t think she has a chance without a fence.

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