Last night at the recommendation left in the comments on my last goose post I made goose stew. Thank-you Marcelle for the GREAT idea and for the recipes!!! I strayed hardily from the stew recipe because I wanted to make it on the stove and I also didn't have several ingredients on hand but didn't want to run to the store. Even so the stew turned out SO good and the meat was incredibly tender. I used a little chicken stock and then made my own goose stock out of the silver skin I cut from the two remaining pieces of meat. I actually had some carrots left in the fridge from our garden and they all went into the stew (along with a whole onion and two large cloves of garlic). I added fresh beans from the garden and some frozen corn at the end. I made dumplings for my stew (instead of baking biscuits or something like that). I absolutely love dumplings. Today when I got home from work I had wonderful wild goose stew with dumplings to look forward to. Do you know how wonderful homemade goose stew is after having eaten an ice cream sandwich, four mini muffins, and one cup of coffee all day? PERFECTION!
Spending rundown today: $0, NO SPEND day 67 for the year.
My budget for the month is $513.62 which leaves $360.71
Average daily spending for 2015: $17.95