Mostly Homemade Mondays - Week 154 + URBAN HOMESTEAD MEAL PLAN!

In this week's meal plan, you'll find some items are bolded, which indicates a homegrown or local item from our urban homestead. Of course, there will be a few repeats throughout the week since we try to eat in-season.

Note: Weekday breakfasts are a smoothie…99% of the time. Lunches are always leftovers, and we rarely have dessert. On weekends, we usually have some sort of brunch featuring eggs from the ladies instead of a leftover lunch. Dinners are listed below: 
  • Monday - Barbecued pork chops and baked beans
  • Tuesday - Grilled, peach jam-glazed ham steak and mashed sweet taters
  • Wednesday - Dippy eggs with toast and sliced apples
  • Thursday - Dinner with my teacher friends, so John is on his own. 
  • Friday - I am volunteering at a beer festival, so John is on his own. Again. 
  • Saturday - Homemade sausage and onion pizza (here's my dough and here's the sauce)
  • Sunday - Vegetarian quiche (I didn't make this last Sunday)
Anyway, on to the party:



Mostly Homemade Mondays is a series for people that are on a journey to better living, via healthier eating and a more natural lifestyle. We realize that there are different paths that we all take to get to that place, and this bloghop celebrates that. Whether you’re a seasoned raw foodist who has banned all things unnatural, or a rookie who is starting out by cutting out junk food, we’d love to hear from you! Link up with your favorite recipes, projects, crafts, or rants and raves.

The Hosts:


Homemade Mondays will open every Monday. You have until Thursday to make your submissions. We will share our favorite posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and shout it from the rooftops.
  • Link up. Use the submission form below to add your blog posts to our gallery below. You can add as many links as you’d like, as long as they’re on topic. 
  • What’s eligible? Recipes, crafts, DIY projects, gardening, fitness, green ideas or just plain old advice. We’re pretty open.
  • Tell us about yourselves. Leave a comment telling us a little about your site and what you’ve shared. Of course this isn’t mandatory, but it’s a good way to stand out.
  • Link back. Share the love by adding a link back to this party with your readers so they can see all of these great ideas as well.
  • Follow our Pinterest board. Remember to check out our Mostly Homemade Mondays Pinterest board where we're pinning some of our favorite posts from the week.
Here was our favorite post from last week: 


A special thanks to Urban Naturale for linking up Fab Ways to Repurpose Crates, Pallets, Buckets and Pots to Mostly Homemade Mondays! Feel free to grab this "I've Been Featured" button and share the great news with your readers, family, and friends: 
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5 comments:

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  2. So glad to find your blog and this great linkup. I blog at An Artful Mom, (which really isn't just a mom blog!) I'm a near empty nester who loves to take pictures, craft, fix healthy food, and live a simple life. Nice to meet you.

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  3. Hi Kelli,
    I am so delighted that Urban Naturale's post on repurposing pallets, crates, buckets and pots was featured on Mostly Homemade Mondays! I sincerely appreciate the suppport and recognition! And thanks for hosting this wonderul link up! I find so many great ideas here.

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    1. Nice to see you again, Deborah! Have a great week.

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