Amy

Breakfast Comfort Food

In college my roommates and I had a tradition of throwing a semi-annual potluck breakfast.  We always made my roommate’s grandma’s breakfast casserole and assigned

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Amy

Sweet Potato Linguini

One of my dearest friends created a book chock full of amazing recipes and brilliant health advice.  She shared this recipe from her book for

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Amy

Scottish Oat Cakes

I love simple recipes that I can easily incorporate into my routine.  Growing up, my best friend’s  dad could make two things, these biscuits and

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Amy

Whatzat? Tzatziki!!

I learned this recipe from Jennifer at Sewn Natural Studios and have been making it to use up excess garden produce ever since.  If you

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Shannon

Making Beet Kvass

When you read Nourishing Traditions you can be overwhelmed with it all. There’s just a lot of crazy stuff in there, if you’re the average

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Erin

Tomato Gratin

The weather turned cooler here last week, and the tomato plants are slowing down their production, but there is still a good-size basket of tomatoes

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Amy

Mom’s Apple Grunt

I love the change in seasons.  I’ve always lived somewhere with four distinct seasons and there’s something about swapping out your warm weather clothes for

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Erin

Autumn Apple Cake

I wouldn’t exactly say it’s autumn where we live, but the apples are falling off the trees and so I felt like apple cake was

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Erin

Jerry’s Tomato Salsa

I have a little gardening secret to share. This spring, I resurrected an ancient tradition that I’ve often read about, often pondered, and often wanted

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Amy

Crispy Kale Chips

Kale and Swiss chard have been the most exuberant and productive growers in our garden this year, so I’ve had to get creative with how

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Erin

Fermented Salsa

The GAPS Diet requires me to eat some fermented food with every single meal. Fermented foods supply tons and tons of good, probiotic bacteria and

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Shannon

Making Kombucha

Kombucha is one of those things that just sounds like hippy food. Like “Yeah, I had sprouted tofu for lunch with a big glass of

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Erin

Grilled Pizzas

Today’s post from our cookbook tour through The Art of Real Food is actually three recipes in one. Because to make a great pizza, you

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Erin

Cocoa-nut Truffles

Oh, my friends. You are in for a treat today. Last week I told you about finding that delicious coconut butter. Well, sitting on the

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Erin

Swiss Chard Feast

It may be summer already where you live, but where I live we can still find delicious leafy greens at our farmer’s markets. So for

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Erin

A Better Coconut Milk

Friends, I have been on a quest. I’m not searching for buried treasure or hidden scrolls or even spiritual enlightenment, though what I’ve been seeking

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Erin

Teriyaki Chicken

Teriyaki chicken is one of those dishes that my mom made regularly when I was growing up. And it was one dish that no one

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Erin

Cheese Biscuit Mix

At first, I was misled by the name of this recipe. As I read through the instructions I thought to myself, “Oh! They’re scones!” And

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Erin

Chicken-Broccoli Bake

I confess that our family does love a good casserole, and this one was no exception. The kiddos the Sweetie Pie husband all agreed that

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Amy

Healing Spring Soup

I always think we’re in the clear for getting sick once spring rolls around, and then inevitably, there’s one last flu that makes the rounds

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Erin

Ginger Beef

This dish was tasty, and it was super-easy to prepare. That makes it a real winner in my book. Everyone in the family enjoyed it,

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Erin

Spanish Rice

Remember that sauce we made last week? You know, the one that I insisted we start with as we cook through Fix, Freeze, Feast? Well,

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Erin

Basic Red Sauce

Okay, I know this may not be the most exciting recipe I could have chosen to kick off our new cookbook tour. But this is

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Erin

Sri Lankan Curry

When the Sweetie Pie and I were newlyweds, we would get a craving for curry. We’d head to the closest Indian restaurant, get our curry

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Amy

Fig Cake

When it comes to dessert, I generally can’t leave well enough alone.  Which is a good thing (except for that one time with the almond

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sugar cookie ingredients
Erin

Coconut-Custard Pie

Way back when we first started our More with Less cookbook tour, a reader recommended I try this recipe. It’s been marked in my cookbook

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Erin

Chicken Mole

I can’t figure out to get an accent over the “e” in the title. This is not “Chicken Mohl”. This is “Chicken Mohlay”. And it

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