At least around here for now, anyway! Just a glimpse into a few real food forays this week.
Amy's Homemade Ranch Dressing. We mixed up a few bags for Christmas gifts the other day. It went into plastic baggies with one of these labels and the instructions from Amy's blog.
Japanse sauce. I only made the sauce, didn't use the rest of that recipe. It was so delicious! We had a little bit of wasabe sauce to go with it too. Mmmmm. The recipe for the sauce was for more tuna than we had, so I used the leftover to flavor a crockpot full of rice to eat for dinner tonight. I added asparagus to it and that was good enough that my husband had seconds.
The only reason we even had tuna was because we saw it on sale Sunday when we stopped to buy cod for dinner. Guess we're all in the mood for fish lately! We baked the cod in lemon garlic butter, and once again had asparagus with it. Another delightful dinner!
Before dinner tonight, I made this fermented cranberry-apple-orange relish from the GNOWFGLINS blog to take to my parents house for Christmas dinner-the day after. I modified that a little too-I had tangerines, but no oranges. It smells and looks fabulous!
After dinner, I started a loaf of whole wheat bread in the bread machine. Then the 3 of us made granola. It's a recipe from Amy at Homestead Revival too. Goober Gus and I have made it before and we love it! Once that went into the oven the boys went to play and I made coconut/peppermint bark from GNOWFGLINS. It's YUMMY and has the added benefit of being good for me! I should have taken pictures, but I really just wanted to get it all done so I could sit down for a few minutes! Is it bedtime yet?