In search of healthy and fun meals to feed my family, with an eye toward sustainable living.

Here you'll find recipes & ramblings about keeping my family fed with what's available in Alaska between local produce, a little bit of wild harvest, and the modern grocery store.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Menu after 4th July

The 4th July week was spend camping in the hinterlands (AK interior: Alaska Range), where we ate well on a mixture of boxed "Easy" meals with generous additions of fresh vegetables and smoked sausage --your basic eccentric menu of this & that...
Now we're back home, and enjoying LOTS of fresh produce from our garden and CSA box, featuring lots of GREENS!
Here's the menu:

Monday: grilled Halibut, rice, steamed veggies
Tues: Thai soup with bok choy and halibut (*)
Wed: eat out (music lessons in Anchorage)
Thurs: Corn-on-the-cob, burrito w/ black beans, beef, avocado, salsa & cheese
Fri: grilled skirt steak, boiled potatoes with german "Gruene Sosse" (*), grilled bread, braised collard greens, quinoa salad, green salad
Sat: Xiaoming salad (noodles, thinly-sliced steak, peas), salmon burgers, green salad
Sun: Feast for 10 (visit from Fairbanks friends who were on their way back from fish camp on the Kenai, bringing with them some yummy freshly-caught salmon): grilled salmon with garlic and olive oil, pasta w/ chevre & vegetables, roasted cauliflower, big green salad, rhubarb crumble & homemade vanilla icecream.

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