We just spent two weeks housesitting for some friends, and were back on the sailboat this week...good to be home! Though our kitchen on the boat is tiny, it's so much easier to keep clean! The nice thing about a big kitchen every once in a while, is that
we can "stretch out" and make things that take a little more elbow room...our pierogies last week, for example.
We stayed almost on budget this week, we spent $106 (one dollar over!) and this is what we ate:
Wednesday: Tostadas- we baked the corn tortillas until crispy, and topped them with pureed white beans that husband seasoned. He says "we'll never buy canned refried beans again!" They were really good. Lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheese, and salsa...fairly
cheap and really easy.
Thursday: We had an event to go to in the evening, so we both had a late lunch (veggie burger for me) and no dinner.
Friday: We had tostadas again for breakfast, same as dinner but topped with a fried egg. For dinner we had veggie burgers and french fries.
Saturday: Used up the rest of the french fries (the market only sells ONE brand, it's a big bag, and costs $6.99) with sandwiches- roasted mushrooms, red peppers, and onions
Sunday: Pizza- ricotta was on sale, so we used that with a homemade sauce and various veggies (and anchovies for me!) on pita breads.
Monday: Stir fry vegetables with thai noodles
Tuesday: Stuffed sweet potatoes with ricotta, onions, fake bacon bits, and sour cream, with steamed asparagus on the side
Yep, did you notice it was another veggie week? We both agree we really aren't missing the meat!
Hope everyone has a great week, and thanks for stopping by!
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