My last article was in praise of the Rebar cookbook. I said more about the cookbook than the recipe, and as I prepared the dish
Since we moved to Texas over a year ago I have been on a fascinating journey into the traditional foods of the south. Since
Have you tried making your sourdough starter yet? Mine is bubbling away in a 1/2 gallon container as we speak and I’m betting tomorrow morning
I’m a huge fan of sourdough baked goods for so many reasons. For one, the fermentation process really helps with the overall digestibility of the
Not surprisingly it seems many of you can relate to the plight of the burnt-out cook. It’s not that we don’t love our jobs as
Desserts in our house are usually a casual affair. Only about once or twice a month will I actually bake up a “real” dessert. On
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The biggest obstacle for me to instituting a Family Table Night? My desire to create the Perfect Family Table. I confess to being a perfectionist
Again with the breakfast recipes, I know. Like I said before, I have a problem and I can’t help it. This is one of those
Why is breakfast the most exciting meal of the day for me? Why do I always check out breakfast recipes before any other category on
I often get stuck in a rut when it comes to choosing a starchy side dish. We used to just do a lot of protein
By this point in the summer, getting my family to eat anything with zucchini in it is very, very difficult. There isn’t any wailing or
It may be over 100 degrees here in Texas this week, but since September is here surely fall has to be right around the corner,
I miss a lot of foods on my restricted diet, but dairy is one of the ones I miss the most. I’ve had issues with
Oh, friends. I am so excited to share with you the newest secret ingredient in my cupboard. It’s delicious, and surprising, and no one at
Taco salad is something we eat at least once a week lately. I haven’t been making corn tortillas the last couple of weeks for two
Living in a land-locked state, we don’t get the freshest fish. But we do have excellent peaches, and they happen to be for sale on
Yes, I do know it’s July. And I know that the temperature here has been hovering near 100 the past few days. But GAPS protocol
I long for the day when I can eat food that isn’t placed in quotation marks. Who wants “ice cream” when you can have Ice
I so enjoy the fresh juice that my juicer turns out day after day. But there is this other thing that it churns out that
Lately, here on our off-grid homestead, I have gotten in the habit of cooking a substantial breakfast and lunch and then an easy and light
I know some of you are probably here for the giveaway I promised last week. Don’t worry, I’ll get to that. First, we have to
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