Sept/26/2021, Week 79

Peppers again! This year we planted a Serrano pepper plant. I had no idea they were so small, yet so prolific! They were too small to roast and de-seed, so we dried them in our electric food dehydrator. The house smelled amazing!! I ended up with 3 baggies of them!



-Roast Beef & Poblano Sandwiches
-Creamed Zucchini

I wanted to use the last of the fishing trip sliced chicken breast, but can’t find it in my freezer. It happens. But thankfully not often!

-Sliced roast beef
-Roasted Poblano peppers!
-Onion hamburger buns

This is a super-yummy way to eat zucchini. Beware, it will shrink considerably in the pan.



-Asparagus & Mushroom Quiche

I don’t have a recipe. Depending on how I feel this day, I’ll either wing it, or find a recipe online.

Store-bought pie crust
-Shredded cheese
-Steamed asparagus
-Sliced mushrooms
-Onion flakes
-Milk or cream
-Salt & pepper

Just a spring mix side salad using whatever I have on hand.



Pork Roast

I have a pork roast in the freezer. I’ll put it in the Crock Pot.

I am not in the mood for a wet roast, so I think I will try this method.
Maybe I can throw in some foil-wrapped potatoes, onions and carrots too!



Butternut Squash Soup

I’m going to try this recipe. Whatever cream I have left from Sunday will go in at the end. I am not going to use potatoes. And I’m going to see if I can mash it in the pan. I hate blending/processing hot items.



Spaghetti & Italian Sausage

Nothing fancy here, just Blue Parrot spaghetti sauce and Boulder Italian sausage.




It sounds like we are doing dinner with our neighbors. I’m not sure where or what, but I am not cooking!

On September 15th, I made a wild rice dish. I have some wild rice from northern Minnesota purchased right near the source! I mixed it with store-bought wild rice, brown rice, butter, cherry wine, almonds and raisins. It was very good! My husband got artsy with the photo and put some of our side vegetable (zucchini) on top.

3 thoughts on “Sept/26/2021, Week 79

  1. I bought what was supposed to be a Carolina Reaper pepper plant from Home Depot. Hottest pepper in the world. Turned out to be a ghost pepper plant. Still PLENTY hot, and it was very prolific. I made a big pot of curry one day and put ONE in the pot. I could barely eat it. So I started drying them too on my food dehydrator. I’ve got a big bag of them now.

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