Mixed winter greens salad w/ beet, goat cheese & almonds.
All veg from the garden. In behind is chicken parmesan.
Mashed potatoes with spinach & chard from the garden.
In behind is chicken & dumplings, the dumplings are made
from frozen biscuit scrapes.
Here is some chicken soup, above is my veg that went into it. The
atomic red carrots turned much redder in storage as you can see.
In the soup is homemade stock, chicken, carrots, parsnips, celery,
onion, cauliflower & brown rice.
All the meals above were made with one chicken, garden & store veg and a few odds and ends. Overall the meals came in at less then a dollar per serving. I cut the breasts off for the chicken parm first. The carcass, legs & wings were made into stock with mixed veg. Then the chicken and dumplings was made with one leg, stock & biscuit scrapes. The other leg, wings & carcass meat combined with veg and the left over stock for the soup. Why I am on this topic is, I recently watched 'food inc' and they interviewed some folks who eat crap food because they say food costs to much. To them I say, you're full of it!