MPM - The Last of the Tomatoes

This week I am trying to put by the last of the summer tomatoes. Next week I start back at school and we enter the busy Fall schedule. So this week is the last chance I have to do any putting up food for the winter.

Before I get to this week's menu. Here is a review of last week.

I liked the Vegetable Tagine but no one else did. It made way more than expected. The recipe claims it makes 8 main dish servings. However after dinner for 2 adults and 1 lunch for me, I froze enough to easily serve 8 adults.

Our peaches were wonderful. The jam turned out delicious even though it did not jell up as well as I had hoped.

Breakfasts - my nephew (really my best friend's son but since he calls me Auntie I figure I can call him my nephew) will be joining us so I am cooking more
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Waffles (need to remember to get our waffle iron back from Aunt Petal)
Scrambled eggs

Lunches - again with the nephew who is strictly vegetarian.
cold cut Sandwiches
Tagine on Couscous
Eggplant Croquettes
Red Beans and Rice

Dinner - with all the cooking I am doing during the day I get a break here. Two nights we are out with friends and I have a meeting for a third. Shabbat dinner is a Potluck at the shul.
Tofu Stir Fry
Ratatulli with With White Beans - another experiment from The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen
Salmon Burgers.
Pasta and Sauce


  1. Pumpkin chocolate chip waffles sound delicious, I definitely want to try making those! You should check out springpad's weekly meal planner, it's a great way to organize all of your menus and recipes (like this one, yum! and I think you'd really like it.


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