Today marks day 36 in our 100 Days of Real Food Challenge. I missed my order for produce this week. . . UGH. I forgot to get online until Sunday evening and the order had already closed. Boo.
In other news- tonight we enjoyed two Draper Free Range (hormone and antibiotic free) rotisserie chickens. After dinner, I started a big pot of chicken stock. The chickens were $10.99 each. I will get about a gallon of stock and we enjoyed a full dinner from the chickens (with salad as the only side).
We picked up our first 2 gallons of RAW, local, grassfed milk today. Oh my. Just look at that thick layer of yellow cream!
Look at that shelf. . . eggs from our chickens and milk from our cow. The way we are able to obtain raw milk legally is by buying a herd share from a local farm. We own part of the cow and therefore get our share of the milk each week. Our monthly fee covers maintaining, feeding, milking, etc. . .
On that note. . . isn’t she precious?
We are very excited as we prepare for Kelsey Anne’s First Holy Communion coming up in a couple weeks. This is a snapshot from her photography session last week.