Sunday, May 31, 2009

What's Cooking 6.1-6.7

Oops! I forgot to post our CSA share from my trip to the Farmers' Market last week. Again, it yielded abundant greens and delicious strawberries. No kohlrabi, but some tasty beets!

This week I kept the shopping to one market again. I wonder if I will ever make it to Amazing Savings again. The savings are pretty amazing, but my time is at such a premium that I just don't want to make the long drive there and back.

Our pricey whole foods market is only a 5 minute drive. I am so grateful for the proximity as well as the quality of the food that the cost is worth it. And for this week's groceries I only spent $68.81. Nice.

Again, I bought very little vegetable produce this week, just a few to add to my juices before I get back to the market again this Wednesday. (Still a thrill!)

Here's what we're eating this week:

Guadalajaran Swiss Chard Quesadillas (This recipe looks amazing - and we've got leftover tequila from the margarita party - I can't wait to try it!)
Green Salad

Very Easy Vegetarian Sloppy Joes
Homemade Whole Wheat Buns
Sweet Potato Oven "Fries"
Green Salad

Late Night at the pool again! Time to fire up the grill!
Chicken Sausages
Homemade Whole Wheat Buns
Grilled Veggies

Greek Lentil Salad
Homemade Whole Wheat Garlic Toast

Pizza with homemade crust and sauce
Roasted Peppers and Pepperoni
Green Salad

Veggie Pan Bagnat
Potato Salad

or Breakfast for Dinner


Angela Barton said...

I made the Guadalajaran swiss chard quesadillas last night with the rainbow chard from our CSA- yum! After two helpings each, my husband asked if there was more! And he never eats chard or kale.

Thanks for the awesome recipe!

Stacey said...

Hooray! I'm so glad it was a hit!

I'm writing a post today with a recipe for crispy kale - if your husband hasn't tried it yet he's in for another treat!

Angela Barton said...

We've got a head of kale to use by the weekend, so I'll try it.

Did you guys like the quesadillas as much as we did? I actually sauteed them longer than the recipe called for since my husband likes the greens soft. Also browned/carmelized the onions.