Juicing in the Country

Juicing in the Country
Juicing in the Country

I lasted about 3 (long) weeks without my beloved food processor (actually longer than I thought) but I couldn’t take it anymore so we just HAD to order one!  Besides, why not have our “home-away-from-home’s” kitchen as fully equipped as my own?

There are many things that I love about the countryside (and many things I hate, such as spiders…but that’s another post!) and one of them is having a huge garden, along with a ton of different fruit trees (apple, apricot, orange, lemon, plum, fig, pomegranate, the list goes on) right outside our back door.  I also love that my son can join in on the fun and help prepare his own “meals” with fresh, organic ingredients.  I have no doubt that what he learns today will help cultivate his love for food and healthy eating.

It doesn’t get any more organic than this! (NB: You KNOW your fruits and veggies are organic and pesticide-free when they are surrounded by insects, such as SPIDERS!).

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On today’s breakfast menu…fresh orange juice!

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My son even had a go at picking a few (with a little help from nonno!).

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Juicing away…

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Going in for the kill…

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Digging for gold pulp!

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Good to the last (piece of) pulp!

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Making fresh orange juice is one thing….making it with freshly picked oranges from your OWN garden is another!

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YUM! 😉

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Breakfast of (Italian) champions…a strawberry jam-filled brioche and fresh orange juice!

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Now onto the next juicing recipe…

 



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