Photo Parade of Our Weekend

Since we already posted about our first Deep Winter CSA share from Red Fire Farm and the Somerville Winter Market, I give you our photoparade of gratuitous food and pet pictures.

The gospel according to Fitzwilliam: All good cats shall recieve meat from heaven.

Our Friday dinner:Pork Kabob Meat (The meat from heaven) over spelt berries, all slowly cooked in a our asian master sauce. A crock-pot meal that was warm and delicious smelling when we finally arrived home from Somerville on Friday night.

Our quick vegetable side: sliced kohlrabi with a tahini, sesame, soy, dipping sauce.

Friday Dessert: Maybe a little unappetizing looking, but oatmeal, peanut butter, and chocolate all melted together.

Saturday Breakfast: Veggie Egg Dish: Cabbage, Carrots, Rutabaga, and egg, along with a sprinkling of bread crumbs. Served with mustard.

Birdy getting fed pork leftovers for lunch by Laura

Saturday Dinner: Ras-El Hanout Rubbed Turnkey Breast (From turkey breast frozen down from Thanksgiving) with Bejuja Carrots, served with yogurt and chopped cilantro.

Marion-Birdy digging into some delicata squash.

Saturday Desert: Ricotta (from Narragansett Creamery) with homemade granola, and maple syrup.

Sunday Breakfast: Oatmeal with Ricotta and chopped Apple that we picked up from the Somerville Winter Market.

Sunday Lunch: Leftover spiced turkey and carrots, served over black quinoa, with yogurt and cilantro.

Crafty fun! Nothing to do with food or pets 🙂

Sunday Dinner: Succulent Meal of Braised Rabbit With Apple Gravy, Sliced Apple, Fresh Spinach, and Roasted Rose Fingerling Potato Wedges. Nom nom! First time making Rabbit at home. Thank you, JJ, for the idea!

Monday Breakfast: Boiled Beet with Apple Cider and Blue Cheese.

Monday Breakfast Continued: Scrambled Eggs with Blue Cheese and Bacon.

We had an exciting food weekend: rabbit for the first time at home, and lots of lovely tasty food and good time with pets.  Hope everyone else had a great food weekend.

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