A couple days of some really good eats – good food! The weather is not 100+, it is 58 degrees at night and in the mid 80’s during the day. I’ll take that. The Soda Fire is 90% contained and rehab has started for the grasslands – it’ll take two to three years for it to totally come back. Grazing will be at a premium. Wild horses are being cared for and watched for injuries. All seems as well as it can be under the circumstances. Back to the kitchen!
Meadowlark Farms Eggs Benedict
Fresh Williamson Orchards Fruit
Homestead Foods Rib Steak
True Roots Asparagus with Meadowlark Farms Eggs for Bearnaise Sauce
True Roots Heirloom Tomatoes with Purple Sage Basil Threads
Shaved Zucchini Salad with Tomatoes, Basil Treads and Cheese
Toasted Baguette with Garlic
Here is the Ratatouille
Meadowlark Farms Scrambled Eggs
Grits and Shrimp
I asked Robin what she wanted for breakfast. Without even blinking an eye, she said, “Shrimp and Grits.” I asked her if she wanted some scrambled eggs with that. She said, “Just one egg.” I had some, too!
Such a yum couple of merals. Such a great time in the kitchen!
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An awesome couple of days in the kitchen. So good! Such fun!