Biked to the nude beach and back
- Coffee with milk
- Red potatoes fried in butter with onion, chive, thyme and parsley, topped with an egg
Notes: already found out that I am not going to be using as much butter as would be necessary to keep things from sticking to the bottom of a cast iron pan. I went camping recently and made 4 scrambled eggs (be sure to add water when mixing) in a cast iron pan over a campfire. It worked out really well, but I had to use almost 4 tablespoons of butter.
Offered berries (cherry, black, blue)
Offered cheese pizza (Home Run Inn)
Notes: I wondered what I would do when I was first offered some food during the “Eat Local Challenge”, and I found out the very first day. Socialization so many times revolves around food that it doesn’t make sense to derail an offering. I’m not in a position to pack food wherever I go – even though I did bring extra sandwiches and chips when I came to this friend’s house to await word on my car that is currently being worked on. I offered, but she had been saving the pizza for when she had visitors so I partook.
Offered BBQ chips
Notes: Minhas is brewed and canned in
Summer sausage and sharp cheddar sandwich with beer and brat mustard
Chips, yogurt and salsa
Notes: I have purchased fresh ground flour and bread from The Old Feed Mill since I moved to Mazo last year. I knew they had used organic wheat from this place area in the past, and so on Saturday when I went there and bought two ½ lb. round loafs, I asked them if their wheat was still coming from there. No, I found out, it is from Otter Creek that grows it in a field near Taliesin (about
Questions: should I assume all milk is local?
- Will eating unripe apples really upset your stomach?
- Leavening (yeast, baking soda-may try to make a starter by collecting local yeast, or find where baking soda comes from)
- salt already existent in items (no table salt or pepper to be added, but if I buy salted chips made from local blue corn it’s ok)
- can eat things offered to me by other people