Menu plan Monday June 30th

Gluten Free Menu Swap Monday

I thoroughly planned to sit this one out, I’ve been posting so much lately.  And then I saw watercress at the market.  What I’m going to do with it is still a mystery, but I’m sure I’ll get thoughts from M-Elle’s roundup!  All I know about watercress is that Lewis the trumpeter swan from EB White’s book used to order watercress sandwiches.  Which doesn’t do much for me at this point.

Anyhow, on to the food. I’m sticking to the basics and recycling a lot of quick and easy dishes.

East Indian-ish
Garam Masala rubbed turkey breast with panch phoron roasted broccoli

Leftovers with steamed asparagus in a lemony sauce. Or perhaps watercress when I figure out what the heck to do with it…I haven’t done my research yet!

Quick and easy
Baked tilapia with tomatoes and herbs, topped with avocado

CELEBRATION!!!! my 30 days of grain free living is up. Yahoo!
Quinoa with garlic scrape pesto and roasted asparagus
yes, I know I’m a wild child with these crazy celebrations!


Probably grilled salmon with rosemary, grilled peppers and spring onions sprinkled with thyme and herbs, and corn for DH

Harvest from my garden:
a bunch of baby tomatoes
ground cherries (more on these later!)
basil, marjoram, thyme
Garlic scrapes and garlic, too!
spring onions

From the Farmer’s Market

Serrano peppers

Baked good of the week:

Still working on the last of the Brazil nut brownie, largely because I won’t let DH have any more. Mine! All mine!!! (Cheryl growls menacingly)
I will be making the Gluten Free Hippie’s Chocolate Rose Parfait for Adopt a GF blogger sometime this week, too!

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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