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Saturday, December 5, 2009

Menu 12/6-12/12

Lunch ideas served with elderberry "juice":


B- Toasted Amish friendship bread with butter, fruit, orange juice
L/D- Potato soup, biscuits, fruit & veggie tray, iced chocolate hazelnut tea & elderberry "juice"
S- Carob brownies, carrot sticks & dip


B- Oatmeal with fruit, hot tea
D- Orange rosemary chicken, rice, salad, iced chocolate hazelnut tea
S- Sourdough bread with sweetened labneh, yoghurt parfaits


B- Oats sweetened with banana, hot carob drink
D- Broiled kabobs- beef, peppers, onions, tomatoes, squash, oven fries, sourdough bread, iced coconut chai
S- Trail mix, clementines


B- Eggs, fruit smoothies, hot tea
D- Deer steak, mashed potatoes, carrots cooked in broth, sourdough bread,
S- Banana ice "cream," hot butternut squash cocoa


B- Waffles or pancakes, fruit topping, orange juice
D- Breakfast for dinner- eggs, bacon, pancakes, fruit salad
S- Mini pancakes dipped in sweetened yoghurt, apple slices


B- Hashbrown potatoes & carrot, hot tea
D- Finger foods- meatballs, cheese, fried potato thins, fruit & veggie tray, hot chicken bites
S- Pretzel sticks & cheese cubes, yoghurt parfaits


B- Tortilla de patata, fruit smoothies
D- Tequila lime grilled chicken
S- black bean burger patties, peanut butter smoothies


Kelle said...

Good morning!
I'm going to share a recipe with you that isvery rich and yummy too!
It comes from one of the "Foxfire" series books.

Elderberry pudding

4c. berries
1tsp. lemon juice
1Tbsp. butter
2c. flour ( 1-1/2 to 1-2/3 if using whole wheat flour)
1/2c. raw cane sugar+ 1/2c. mild honey( we don't like sweet, sweet, so you may want to fix to your tastes)
4tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt
3/4 c milk

Sift dry ingredience and work in butter. Add milk and mix well. Combine berries, suagr, honey and lemon juice. Mix into batter. Pour into a well greased baking dish. Cover tightly and steam for 45 minutes. Serve with cream or ice cream.

If you don't have berries frozen, this will keep until next season*wink*

Your families immune function is going to be very good and I'm sure no one complained about it either!

Blessings for your weekend, the snow is headed your way, not sure if it will reach you or not.

Anonymous said...

Tortilla de Patatas is one of my favorite Winter lunches! I actually like to chill it and then serve in wedges over a bed of salad greens and orange segments. I peel the orange with a paring knife, and so some of the juice pockets remain. Squeeze those over the salad greens and there's no need for any dressing.

One of my goals for 2010 is actually to be better about planning my meals for the week the way you do. I'm alright about planning for dinners when I do the grocery list, but it's definitely a last minute thing when I'm running to the store!

Thanks for sharing your menu!