Monday lunch was a leftover "burger" from our cookout, corn on the cob, green beans and carrots, and sliced tomato. The burger is topped with salt-free mustard, cucumber and tomato. My drink is water that the carrots and beans were cooked in. I admit, that's going a little far but it tastes pretty good.
The weather turned cooler and I started panicking about summer and the corn season ending, so I started eating 2 ears of corn! I don't get it every day so it probably evens out. Here it is served with some broccoli, and a small baked potato topped with parsley and home-made soy yogurt.
This time the corn was served with beans, sliced tomatoes and baked kohlrabi (sliced).
Today I cooked up some okra (from the farmer's market, a rare treat here), tomato (from the garden), and a cut up potato (baked last night), and a little parsley and basil. very good.
Breakfast had a new twist this week. I combined oat bran, buckwheat and corn grits in equal amounts, cooked that up (1/4 cup dry), and added in the greens I made the previous weekend (kale, eggplant, tomato). I like this.
My weekend breakfasts were treats from the farmer's market. Saturday it was melon (like a cantaloupe), blueberries and soy yogurt:
Sunday it was a peach, blueberries, and soy yogurt:
Dinners were usually beans and rice (from last weekend's food prep), a salad, maybe a small potato.
On the bad behavior side, I overate blueberries and carrots this weekend. You might think that would be hard to do, but I succeeded. The carrots were from the farmer's market and were very sweet. Having eaten them all, the temptation is gone now. sigh.