Our meals are simple. Here's a sampling:
eggs from the ladies
add the mushrooms, onions, garlic chives, turnip greens, oregano, sometimes topped with local cheese from the Redmond heritage Farms, and you have a tasty omelet to fuel the day.
lunch is always a salad. every day the salad is different. i believe this salad had oak leaf and buttercrunch lettuces with chopped sugar snap peas. If Ollie had made it there would definitely be some nasturtium blossoms in there. we love Annie's Cowgirl Ranch dressing and bought lots when it was on sale at good earth.
dinner is a repeat of lunch: salad! but occasionally dinner is only one or two ingredients: sugar snap peas (again!) and/or strawberries.
Sometimes my hunger is on red alert because of straying too far from the garden; so when i come home i will hurriedly stuff my mouth with unwashed sugar snap peas and strawberries, two or three at a time. yep, so primal -and i might feel a tad abashed about my lack of table manners if i watched myself but hey no mirrors in this "cafeteria" .
and then we'll have strawberries again for desert, with milk.
usually in the treehouse.
as you already know, we buy some ready mades. Here's the Redmond milk (from the most beautiful grass fed cows, we're frequent visitors of the farm). Agave nectar and yerba mate. the little jar is the yogurt Ollie makes every week from the milk. He also makes cottage cheese but not so much lately.
meals depend on what's currently "on". today we'll have loads of apricots! (from the Cutries) and we had our first beans yesterday! We're watching the rest of those summer crops closely.
for the first time in forever, my food life is generally working for me. it's really nice to not be "under the weather" or downright sick all the time.
The backyard doth bestow.