Shannon

Buttered Enchilada Sauce

I love everything about enchiladas. The cheese, the tortillas, the spice, the sauce… that brick red, tomatoey, heavy-on-the-cumin-and-chili sauce. But, to the best of my

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mom and daughter laughing and baking in the kitchen
Erin

A Vacation for Cooking

Sometimes I think of vacation as time away from things–a vacation from laundry, from changing diapers, from mopping floors. Among the things that some folks might

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Shannon

Mexican Meatloaf

There is this little dance my husband and I do every time I decide to make meatloaf. It started back when I could purchase grass-fed

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Amy

No Sugar Cookie Roundup

The holidays can be stressful for many reasons, wonderful too, of course.  But they can be particularly hard on us physically, lots of extra racing

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Shannon

Easy Peasy Split Pea Soup

Simple soups like this earthy green pot are as pure and artisan as nourishment gets. For generations soups like these have fed large families, large

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Eddy

Mess of Greens

Lyndall “Granny” Toothman grew up in Appalachia. Her family didn’t have a lot of money. She remembers Christmas dinners as a child when everyone dined

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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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