Discount: ‘In the Kitchen – Real Food Basics’

If you enjoyed last week’s posts which contained sneak peeks at recipes from Kate Tietje’s e-book In the Kitchen – Real Food Basics, please consider purchasing it for the ridiculously low price of $6.95!

What? You want it cheaper?! OK, how about 25% off? But that’s my final offer!

Buy In the Kitchen – Real Food Basics (e-book)

Just click the link above and your Dishrag Diaries reader discount should be applied. (If you don’t see it, please use code DISHRAG25). Just over five bucks for all that info? As my mother would say, you can’t beat that with a stick. Beyond the 25 recipes included, the most valuable part of the book is the first section, which includes the whys, whats and hows to eating Real Food.

If you missed some posts last week, here’s what we covered:

Monday: Review, preview recipe: Cheese Sauce
Tuesday: Table of Contents, preview recipe: Chicken Marinade
Wednesday: Taste Test, preview recipe: French Fries
Thursday: Recipe Listing, preview recipe: Caesar Dressing
Friday: Preview recipe: Chili (which was great, topped with raw cheddar and sour cream)

Enjoy! And let me know how you like it.

This post was linked to Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s Real Food Wednesday.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Laura on November 17, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    what do you know about the e-coli in the raw cheese recall from Costco? I think of raw cheese as being generally very safe so I was really surprised to hear about this.

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  2. Laura, do you have a good article you could easily send me? I am googling it, but not finding anything in-depth. Specifically, I would like to know if it was truly raw. (For instance, Organic Valley sells “raw” cheeses that actually are heat pasteurized above 150*.) My initial thought is surprise (if it is truly raw) but would love to hear more details. I do also think that an important aspect of buying raw dairy (for safety concerns and many reasons) is the farm-to-consumer/ local food connection. It is important to know your farmer/ cheesemaker to make sure what they say they do is truly what they do. (Because of VA law it is much more practicable that I get raw dairy from out of state, but I trust the references and buying club to which I belong.)

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  3. Posted by Laura on November 17, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    Had a quick look on the Bravo Cheese website and couldn’t see any mention of gentle pasteurization. http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2010/11/costco-cheese-infects-25-in-five-states-with-e-coli-o157h7/

    We are one of the 5 states under the recall – maybe that is why we are hearing more about it.

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  4. Posted by noelle on November 19, 2010 at 12:54 am

    ok, i’m on page 19, but it’s almost midnight. i can’t wait to try the receipes!
    thanks jenn! have a great cruise. đŸ™‚

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