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Where does food come from?

I am writing this article based on a conversation I had [...]...
by Skinny Twinkie on Apr 15, 2013

Where does food come from?

I am writing this article based on a conversation I had with my husband a few weeks ago. I told him that avocados were a fruit (he thought they were a vegetable. Common mistake!) and that they grown on a tree. He didn’t believe me on both accou...
by Skinny Twinkie on Apr 15, 2013

PDFS 052 – Gardner’s General Store with Glynnis Farmwald

My guest this week is Glynnis Farmwald, new owner of the Hartsville institution, Gardner's General Store. Known as the local "feed and seed" for over 50 years Gardner's is becoming a wonderful source for regional produce, meats, and homesteading know...
by PeeDeeFoodie.com on Apr 6, 2013

Copycat Recipe: Joe's Crab Shack Harvest Bay Mahi Mahi

One of the great things about things about cooking restaurant-style food at home is being able to customize it. I love this entree, Harvest Bay Mahi Mahi, a firm-fleshed white fish covered in rich Alfredo sauce mixed with sauteed shrimp...
by A Fridge Full of Food on Apr 5, 2013

Leftovers - Spaghetti

Leftovers can be GOOD!Doesn't this look good?!? Well, it was! Very good, and it was made with my leftovers!We had some friends over for dinner the other night and I made spaghetti! My hubby's favorite is leftover spaghetti. He likes it when the sauce...
by Trendy Treehouse on Apr 4, 2013

Simplify Your Real Food Diet with 3 Simple Scheduling Tips

I’m over at the Attune blog today dishing out my top 3 “save time and simplify” tips for your real food kitchen - A real food diet can be a time-consuming lifestyle – I might even venture to say that making unprocessed food from s...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Apr 2, 2013

All-American Sloppy Joe Pockets

All-American Sloppy Joes, what a lot of us here in the states grew up on as a regular meal, basically also called a "loose meat sandwich" which sounds terrifying. It's not, really,To the uninitiated it's a dryer version of beef...
by A Fridge Full of Food on Apr 1, 2013

Food Dyes: Are they Safe?

I have been watching the bloggers from 100 Days of Real [...]...
by Skinny Twinkie on Mar 25, 2013

Food Dyes: Are they Safe?

I have been watching the bloggers from 100 Days of Real Food and Food Babe fight for Kraft to remove food dyes from their products. I have signed the petition personally, and I encourage you to do the same! But first, check out their recent interview...
by Skinny Twinkie on Mar 25, 2013

Real Food For the Next Generation: What Is Real Food and How Does Our Body Use It?

My kids are pretty aware of what we consider healthy and unhealthy, and understand the basics of why. They also know about some of the traditional cooking techniques we employ in our kitchen (soaking grains, etc.) and some of the benefits. My older t...
by Home With Purpose on Mar 12, 2013

If Asparagus is a Spring Food, When is Pork in Season?

When you’re eating a diet of largely unprocessed foods, it’s a short step to consider the seasonality of your ingredients. Unlike the inner aisles of the grocery store, where everything is always stocked and tastes exactly the same at all...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Mar 7, 2013

Creamy Vegetable Soup for the Crock-pot/Slow Cooker

I love soup. I particularly love cream soups, although I often feel guilty for eating them. There's something ultimately wintery and comforting about soups with creamy heartiness that feels so good and yet so decadent. But. Using a trick I...
by A Fridge Full of Food on Mar 4, 2013

The Real Food Journey

There seems to be a movement. A movement that I am a little late in joining but joining none-the-less. This movement is to eat "real" food, "clean" food. And it's awesome. I used to be the one who poked fun at the "crunchy granola" moms and now I wan...
by Trendy Treehouse on Feb 23, 2013

Winner of The Clean Plates Cookbook!

Congratulations Life of a Las Vegas Mom! Our lucky read [...]...
by Skinny Twinkie on Feb 14, 2013

Winner of The Clean Plates Cookbook!

Congratulations Life of a Las Vegas Mom! Our lucky reader just won a copy of the book The Clean Plates Cookbook by Jared Koch and Jill Silverman Hough! Thank you everyone for participating! We will have many more opportunities for you to win some...
by Skinny Twinkie on Feb 14, 2013

Get SCRF Store Credit for Sharing Your Recipes

Our good friends and content partners over at SC Real Foods would like to offer you a fabulous opportunity to earn some valuable store credit. If short, if you share your real food recipes with the SCRF community, they will pay you for it! Program De...
by PeeDeeFoodie.com on Feb 13, 2013

Win a Copy of The Clean Plates Cookbook!

Win it! One lucky reader of ours will win a copy of The [...]...
by Skinny Twinkie on Feb 4, 2013

Win a Copy of The Clean Plates Cookbook!

Win it! One lucky reader of ours will win a copy of The Clean Plates Cookbook by Jared Koch and Jill Silverman Hough (Total Value of $20.00). The Clean Plates Cookbook The Clean Plates Cookbook offers sensible, sustainable, and healthful home cook...
by Skinny Twinkie on Feb 4, 2013

How to Boil a Husband {Eat Well, Spend Less}

This is good advice, I promise. And no, I’m not upset with my husband and taking it out on men everywhere. It was my husband’s idea, in fact.  (photo source) As part of the Eat Well, Spend Less series, we’re talking about getting b...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Jan 29, 2013

Back to Basics Baby Step Monday Mission no. 2: Using Meal Planning to Incorporate Nutrient Dense Foods

This is a {guest post} series from Tiffany of Don’t Waste the Crumbs. Find the rest of the series right here. This month marks my one year anniversary with meal planning. It was a goal I originally made for January of 2012. Nope, that’s n...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Jan 14, 2013


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