WIAW 29 - www.inhabitedkitchen.comWe’ve finally had a couple of lovely days – warm and sunny, but not hot, a pause in the storms – and I’ve been feeling a lot better this week. I even walked the mile round trip down to the CSA yesterday myself – I’ve been just sending Rich…

On the other hand, my attention to what I ate seems to have been divided – I only took pictures of parts of my meals…

Breakfast - granola with blueberries - www.inhabitedkitchen.comOK – morning – I’m eating the granola most mornings… sometimes with milk, sometimes with yogurt, sometimes with a protein shake so I can just do that….  Sunday I had it with just milk and more blueberries (and recycled the shot from the week before…) and then I had cheesy eggs for a second course.

Lunch - For lunch – salad with my homemade dressing.   Chicken and chick peas over greens, scallions, carrots, cucumber, and zucchini (most of which you can’t see in that picture!) I was actually out of rice cakes – how can such a thing happen…  so I had 2 slices of bread. (He eats the bread more than I do, but I usually have it around.) These were the end of the loaf, so I toasted them. (Which still gave me the crispness I like.)

Dinner - pork chop and chard - www.inhabitedkitchen.comFor dinner, we had pork chops, browned and simmered in a little chicken broth, with scallions and fresh sage. I had some really lovely fresh Swiss chard on the side, and the ubiquitous rice. Then a glass of seltzer with a little lime, just for a change from my usual plain water.

Linking up with Peas and Crayons…

2 thoughts on “WIAW 29”

  • Love your dressing recipe. I think I’d make it with yogurt to make it thicker, but still use some buttermilk for the flavor.

    • Thanks!

      Once you blend it, the yogurt isn’t as much thicker as you’d think… but, especially with Greek yogurt, there is some difference. And that does give you a slightly different tangy flavor – also good.

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