Homegrown Meals

These are some of the meals over the last year that have been made almost entirely from homegrown food.  Enjoy!

Swiss chard and sausage frittata

Beef stew

Chicken dinner with mashed potatoes and peas

Mushroom stroganoff

Beef stroganoff

Chard quiches

Ham and roasted veggies (ham from neighbor)

Veggie and chicken pot pies

Homemade fettuccine alla carbonara

Zucchini burritos and golden plum wine

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9 Responses to Homegrown Meals

  1. Michelle says:

    Could you give me a recipe for the zucchini burritoes?!?

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  2. Teresa says:

    I agree you should post the recipe for the zucchini burritos. How nice to know where your food comes from!

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    • Zucchini Burrito Filling:

      2 tablespoon oil
      1 onion, chopped
      2 carrots, sliced
      1 clove garlic, chopped
      2 1/2 teasp chili powder
      1 teasp salt
      3/4 teasp each cumin and oregano
      4 zucchinis, sliced
      1 green pepper, sliced
      1 cup corn
      2 cups beans

      Saute onion, carrots, garlic, chili, salt, cumin, oregano for 10 minutes. Add remaining ingredients and continue to saute for 7-8 more minutes. Serve in burrito shells with cheese and sour cream.
      This recipe is from my mother. I cannot remember where she got it from.

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  3. Michelle says:

    Thanks; that sounds really good — and easy!

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  4. Jackie Craw says:

    YUM! I’m coming to your house for dinner! You should open up a home grown food restaurant. If the economy tanks even worse, you guys will still be well fed!
    Jackie

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    • Donna says:

      Thanks Jackie! You are always welcome to dinner. My grandmother always said that living on a farm helped them through the Great Depression. She never went hungry. My question is how to afford the grain, hay and fuel if things really go down the toilet.

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