This week our family is starting to make baby steps toward our journey of becoming more aware of where our food comes from and choosing ethical options. We are not taking this lightly because eating ethically does not necessarily equate to eating economically. We are amazed at the plethora of information and options out there, and are feeling a little overwhelmed at the moment, but are learning more and more everyday.
If the concept of ethical eating interests you, you can get more general info at Eat Kind. For information on Slow Food in America check out Local Harvest and for listings of Farmer's Markets in America check this out. For listings of Farmer's Markets across Canada check out Homemakers who also have a great article on 5 eco-friendly eating habits that is worth a look at. And finally for more Alberta and Calgary specific resources check out Slow Food and Calgary Farmer Market. I will post more links and ideas as I come across them. Please feel free to share any information that you may have as well!!
And here begins the week where I start to honestly deceive my son into eating his veggies thanks to Jessica Seinfeld and her Cook Book Deceptively Delicious. Wish me luck!
Monday ~ Spaghetti Pie served with Tossed Salad
Wednesday ~ Tuna Cakes served with Tossed Salad, Rice and Corn
Friday ~ Barley Ricotta Cabbage Rolls
Saturday ~ Bolognese Style Penne served with Tossed Salad
Sunday ~ Company Coming - Parmesan Artichoke Dip, Shepard's Pie (no recipe) and Monkey Bread
Sometime this week I'll be making Deception Banana Bread, Deceiving Ketchup and Homemade Pancake Mix
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