Tino and had a conversation about why people eat junky food, and it turned into a discussion about quick meals. The upshot of it was that I got a craving for pot roast.
I also added a glass of red wine (plonk Merlot, in this case) and an equal amount of water. The meat was $5 worth of conventional Angus London Broil, 1.25 pounds. Later on, I added three big handfuls of raw collard greens, but those cooked for at least an hour. It wound up looking like this:
Underneath that is about one cup of home-canned green beans from the summer CSA. I had it with more of the plonk, natch. It looks like I’ll get four meals out of it. I put 1/2 cup of frozen, blanched kohlrabi under last night’s serving, and I’ll do that again today. That was also put up from our CSA share.
When I got hungry this morning, I had this:
I put two teaspoons of bacon grease in a small non-stick pan and added frozen red mustard (also CSA) and got that thawed. I cracked two local eggs (from the same farm where our shared cow lives) on top and stuck the lid on. When I was about to plate it, I remembered that yesterday at breakfast, I was unable to get all the yolky goodness off the plate, so I put it in a bowl instead. It was delish.
I’ve also been eating home-made raw milk yogurt lately, but I haven’t snapped any photos yet.