Day Eighteen

Dinner tonight was the second dish that I made on Monday night, reheated. The first dish was layered potatoes, tomato meat sauce, red bell pepper, Ricotta, farmer's cheese, and Parmesan. We ate that on Monday. I made this second dish at the same time but with eggplant, summer squash, and fresh basil layered on instead of potatoes. This works out since Stanley doesn't care for either eggplant or summer squash, and I love them. He was gone for dinner, so I happily ate a big portion of this dish. It was even better than the potato dish.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: layered baked things covered with cheese are delicious. I don't think I've ever made a dish like this that wasn't good. This was no exception.

Breakfast was toast with butter and honey, peaches, and a small glass of buttermilk. Lunch was Wisconsin Caprese salad from the Willy Street deli. I snacked on raspberries in the afternoon and popcorn this evening.

It's getting easier and easier to eat local every day that I do it. I might almost be sorry when the challenge is over.

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