Hello Winter Break!
The kids are home from school, which means I have to feed them 3 times a day (isn't school lunch amazing?!). To make it easy, I’ll make big batches of our dinner meal and serve the leftovers for lunch. Here’s what we’ve eaten so far this week and plan to eat the rest of the week:
Saturday: A huge pot of chili + baked potatoes
Sunday: Elk roast w/twice baked potatoes, green beans and apple slices
image from meateater.com - my husband made this! Yay for cooking dads!
Monday: Dinner: bean burritos + mango smoothie
image from budgetbytes.com
Tuesday: North African stew + homemade rolls + apple slices
image from honest-food.net My husband is making this! yay for cooking dads!
Wednesday: Spinach Lasagne + green salad + oranges
image from myfoodandfamily.com My daughter will make this, yay for cooking kids!
Thursday: - crustless spinach quiche + grapefruit
Friday: First Century Feast
What is a first century feast? It’s a fun way to celebrate biblical times by eating the foods biblical people might have eaten. Here’s what that menu looks like:
Olives (fresh and canned)
Thick plain yogurt
I like this menu because it's very inexpensive, healthy and simple. It also happens to include my kids’ favorite foods: hummus, tzatziki and flatbread. It’s very easy for my extended family to contribute because no cooking is required; they just bring a can of olives, bag of dried fruit or some sliced cheese (we have 26 people coming this year!).
What will you be cooking and eating over winter break?? If you have any holiday menus you would like to share, send me an email nicolebuhlerRD@gmail.com Thanks for reading and happy holidays!