The Foodies are still on independent lunch track due to Foodie Greg’s dental work, so Foodie Philip added smoked turkey breast to the Swiss and moon touched tomatoes – along with the garlic spread – for a pretty tasty sandwich.
- Sprouted Rye bread is 32c per serve
- Swiss slices are 12 for $3.99 or 33c per serve
- The turkey breast is $2.99 for 8 oz and one went on the sandwich, or 38c per serve
- The moon touched tomato adds 15c per serve
- Add 45c for butter and garlic dip.
A decent sandwich for $1.53 per serve.
With Foodie Greg on a “soft food” diet, we prepared the smokey gouda and kabocha squash custard, a.k.a. crustless quiche.
As an experiment we used turkey bacon instead of pork. If turkey bacon is your only bacon choice, don’t bother. It’s terrible: tastes of nothing in particular and has a weird texture.
- Five eggs are $2.50 or 63c per serve
- The kabocha squash was $1.94 and we used the remaining half, or 24c per serve
- The turkey bacon is $2.99 and we used ⅓ or 25c per serve
- The gouda was $6.99 and we used half, or 88c
- Add 20c for heavy cream and seasoning.
The kabocha squash may have been a little past its prime, but overall it was a good meal for $2.20 per serve.