Plenty of sandwiches and noodles for lunches this week. yogurt and fruit smoothies for breakfasts.Oatmeal and brown rice are always at the ready too, as well as toast.
Suppers will be chicken and rice, bean soup, sloppy joes, potatoes and onions, and chicken with veggies.
Both green and red apples will be snacks.
Today we were blessed to receive peach turnovers as a treat!
I will be canning jalapenos and peaches (not in the same jars!) tomorrow to add to my food storage.
So far we have 60 lbs of kidney beans, 20 lbs of pintos, 50 lbs of rice, 6 large cans of tomato sauce (on sale for 75 cents!) several frozen bags of homemade broth, 2 cases of canned broth, 6 boxes of stove top stuffing (on sale for 30 cents a box), jars of plums and mangoes that I have canned, 35 gallons of wheat berries, 10 lbs of sugar, 10 lbs cheese, 10 lbs peanut butter, 10 pounds mayo, 10 lbs of butter, 10 lbs brown sugar, 10 gallons of cooking oil, several boxes of tea bags, 87 lbs of oatmeal (YES 87) , 3 lbs of corn meal, 2 cases of pasta, 2 pounds of salt, several cans of dog food, 1 large box of instant dry milk, 2 boxes of shelf stable milk, and many cans of vegetables. I am still working on it. I only get what I can get at a really good deal or is on sale at the time, or I am blessed to receive from others. That's why the hodge podge of sorts. From this I can make spaghetti, oatmeal, muffins, bread, peanut butter sandwiches,cookies, bean soups, corn bread, beans and rice on tortillas, all with fruit on the side. My hens will give us eggs daily. It's a start :)
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And those are the good eats at my house this week. What's cookin' at yours? How is your food storage coming along? Comment and let me know.
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