Posts Tagged ‘Sources’

Giveaway Day Three AND The Great French Fry Taste Test!

Thank you for joining me for day three of the giveaway for Kate Tietje’s e-book In the Kitchen – Real Food Basics. And again, welcome to all of my new subscribers! I am so glad to have you all!

Do you know anybody who doesn’t like french fries? Me neither. In fact, making this one food at home could probably get your kids to throw their full support behind your Real Food lifestyle (at least for a day). Continue reading

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My Trip to a Confinement Dairy

It really sounded innocent enough: A field trip to a local farm – family-owned, nonetheless – with my daughter’s preschool. “How wonderful!” I thought. And although I knew they probably wouldn’t sell any raw dairy items, I still figured I’d probably stock up on some yummy cheese or maybe some fresh butter.

Not on your life. Continue reading

Kid-Friendly Changes: Mayo and RANCH (Yes! Healthy Ranch!)

This is the second in a series of posts about some changes to help you incorporate more healthful eating into your life – without a mutiny from your kids!

Mmmmm! You can't beat fresh, crispy Romaine with ranch dressing!

Are there any more beloved condiments than mayonnaise and ranch salad dressing? I don’t know a parent who hasn’t at one point used ranch to coax a child into eating a suspicious vegetable. I’m including mayo and ranch in one post because once you have delicious, healthy mayo – delicious, healthy ranch is a breeze! Continue reading

Kid-Friendly Changes: Peanut Butter

This is the first in a series of posts about some changes to help you incorporate more healthful eating into your life – without a mutiny from your kids!

Peanut butter is a great go-to food, and a staple in most homes, especially those with children. It should be a great source of healthy protein, but like so many things, the kind you buy in the grocery store is not. Here are the two biggest reasons: Continue reading

Hey, I Gotta Eat, Too…

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