Some more lunch sandwich experiment: Ham, mustard and Spicy Labné on one with Turkey Breast, Kale Salad and Kefir Cheese. Both were good.
- The ham was $3.49 and we used about 1/4, or 44c per serve
- Add 20c for the spicy labné
- Two slices of bread are 32c per serve
- The salad kit came from Ralph’s (Kroger) was $2.99 and the remaining serve will do a couple of lunches, or 13c per serve
- The turkey breast was $2.99 and we used 1/3 or 50c per serve
- 12 slices of yoghurt cheese are $4.79 and we shared one or 20c per serve.
Lunch today was an interesting mix of sandwiches for $1.79 per serve.
Tonight we went to a classic English dish: cottage pie, which is shepherd’s pie made with beef, instead of lamb. Instead of the traditional mashed potato topping, we substituted mashed sweet potato.
The recipe makes four serves.
- The ground, dry aged beef came from our Prather Ranch pack and cost $9.12 or $2.28 per serve
- Organic celery was 59c or 15c per serve
- Organic carrots were 26c, or 7c per serve
- Onion adds 10c per serve
- The organic red yam/sweet potato cost $2.04 or 51c per serve
- Add 20c for oil and spices.
Dinner tonight was tasty and cost $3.32 per serve.