Sarah

Seasonal Winter Slaw

We love cabbage. This year, we planted over 30 heads in the garden – hoping to harvest them throughout summer and store some for winter

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Riley

Fall Juicing with a Kick!

We have truly embraced the taste of fall. More than any other season, everyone gets on board with warm spices, root veggies, soups, stews, and

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Shannon

Gumbo Fried Rice

This past week I strolled through our gardens, surprised at those vegetables still giving despite our recent triple digit temperatures. I snapped off okra pods,

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Shannon

Simple Lentil Salad

I alluded to our love of lentils in last week’s introduction to Feeding the Growing Family. We’re also big fans of the big salad. Packed

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Kelsey

Chewy Paleo Brownies

It’s been over a year now of us experimenting with a Paleo lifestyle. Between the crossfit enthusiast husband of mine and my extremely athletic 12 year

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Sarah

Seasonal Side Dishes for Winter

Reading the book ‘Animal, Vegetable, Miracle‘ gave me a deeper appreciation for seasonal food. Barbara Kingsolver’s book shares recipes from each season, and beautifully describes

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Erin

Holiday Spice Shortbread

Have you gotten to the end of your nerves pushing through holiday crowds just to get bananas? Is your patience dry from enduring the endless

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Stacy

Overnight Cookie Dough Oats

I might be slightly obsessed with oatmeal. Okay, so maybe “slightly” isn’t the right word. TOTALLY obsessed with oatmeal is more like it. I have

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Stacy

Berry Crumble for Two

I keep frozen berries in the freezer (duh) all the time. Why? Well, because one never knows when a berry craving might attack. It could

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Stacy

Homemade Instant Oatmeal

We eat a LOT of oatmeal around here…mainly because we like it and it’s a good, whole-grain source for fuel in the morning. And it’s

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Sarah

The Best Pork Carnitas

My husband judges most Mexican restaurants by the quality of their Pork Carnitas. In my household, it’s a meal that we eat somewhat regularly. Why

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Stacy

Pancake Parfaits

I have this thing for parfaits. I don’t think I had a thing for parfaits before I saw the movie Shrek – but after that,

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Shannon

Mayo-Free Potato Salad

I have always loved mayonnaise – on sandwiches, tuna and chicken salads, burgers, potato salad, broccoli salad, any vegetable salad really. So when we cut

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Shannon

Roasted Cauliflower

If there is a single way to make any questionable vegetable tasty, I’d say roast it or grill it. Some good fat, salt, and a

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Sarah

You like kale… really?

I remember telling a friend, years ago –  ‘You don’t really like kale!  You just like it because it’s good for you!’  I had tasted some

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Plan to Eat

Saturday Morning Breakfast: Flaugnarde

It’s pronounced like this: (flow-NYARD) [sc_embed_player fileurl=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/pteblog/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/forvo_fr_882596.mp3″] I promise this dish really isn’t as stuffy as its pronunciation makes it out to be. In fact, it

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Stacy

Fish on a Budget

There are SO many health benefits to making salmon and other fish a part of your diet. However, there are NOT many benefits to your

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Amy

Cultured Butter

I got a cheese making kit in the mail a few weeks ago, which I was so excited to rifle through and examine. I love

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Amy

Spicy Almond Sauce

I swap dinner with a neighbor two nights a week.  Monday and Wednesday I cook.  Tuesday and Thursday I eat bon bons and paint my

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