Real Food Wednesday 10/13/10


It’s that crazy time of the week where you entice us with your links and comments to go check out your blogs and your great REAL FOOD WEDNESDAY tips and ideas! (If you’re a blogger, you’ll draw some good traffic to your site…)

What to remember:

  1. A link back to this post please. (Blog carnival etiquette you know!)
  2. Retweet and stumble this post and also any sites you visit – this will get more exposure to all of us, thank you!
  3. Don’t have a blog?  We still want to hear from you!  Please leave your tips or recipes in the comments.

You’re up, and we can’t wait to see your stuff!



  1. says

    I’m not sure about you, but I’m so glad it’s Wednesday! The weeks just keep rolling by. I’m about finished with my major foraging this year, but I did finally find a stand of wild plum bushes. And instead of cooking up yet another batch of jam, I decided to create something different – Wild Plum Ketchup. But you don’t need wild plums to make it, any stone fruit would do.

  2. says

    Hi Kelly!!

    Like Butter I too am glad it’s alreayd Wednesday!! I am contributing a post for an oysters dish that should surely be a holiday edition, Oysters Bienvielle!!! Thanks again for hosting!!

  3. says

    I love no knead dough. I tried this out with pizza dough and it worked! Came out nice and crispy. Next time I want to add some Parmesan and garlic to the dough right before I add the pizza toppings.

  4. says

    I’m speaking this week about kids, real food, and good health. What do children need to be healthy, thriving people? How nutritionally-literate are we as parents?

  5. says

    Posting this week about the practice of hiding vegetables in kids’ food (vs. being up front with them about what they’re eating). Also some annoying and offensive Chef Boyardee commercials.

    Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat

  6. says

    Today is the start of a new series on my Real Food Wednesday posts! I’m going to be talking about simple goals to get (and keep) real food in your diet. Today’s post is all about eating more greens in a simple and easy way.

  7. says

    Kelly, did you know there is a difference between Cottage Pie and Shepherd’s Pie. After doing my research this week I found out there is a difference. Regardless both are still comfort foods for our family

    p.s. Please delete comment 20, i was responding to Butterpowderedbike. thanks!

  8. says

    this week i published a status update on where my sons’ elementary campus is on school food revolution, progress is SSSSSSLLLLOOOOOWWWW, but we’re moving. Good news is parent participation is up and principal is on board. Read my article to find out how to get involved with a campus wellness committee or get one started.

  9. says

    Hi Kelly – thanks for hosting Real Food Wednesdays! My contribution is 14 ways to eliminate sugar cravings – especially as we are starting to go into the holiday seasons where sugar is more and more prevalent than ever – if that’s possible. :)

  10. says

    Hi everyone!
    I can’t believe I’ve been on Eat Fat, Lose Fat for 20 weeks! This week I baked bread so hard, even our local squirrels wouldn’t eat it!

  11. says

    First time participating, and I guess i didn’t do it quite right! My post this week is an Primal Non-Dairy Coffee Creamer.

    Been a fan of your blog for a while now Kelly. Thanks for all you do!

  12. Pogonia says

    Is it my computer? Didn’t there used to be everyone’s links above the post? If so, I can’t see them anymore. :(

  13. says

    I made a perfect autumn pie tonight and am sharing it on my blog. It is as easy as… yep… pie. Gluten-free, crisp pecan crust with creamy pumpkin-like texture filling, but made with applesauce! (If you haven’t made your own homemade applesauce, you can also click the recipes tab to see how easy it is to make in the slow-cooker!) Happy Fall!

  14. says

    After a long hiatus from the computer, I am back!
    I do not have a post for today, BUTTTTTT, next week, I will be writing about why SOURDOUGH, is the answer to the gluten issue for Celiacs.
    Yes, you read that correctly!
    I have personal proof…….more next week.

  15. says

    Hi Kelly, I’m sending out a food S.O.S…. I spent way too long yesterday trying to find a peach cobbler recipe that I originally found through Real Food Wednesday blogs this week or last week. It was very simple with very few, real food ingredients. If anyone here has a simple peach cobbler recipe in their blog could you please post the link? (Is that okay, Kelly?) Now that I’ve mentioned peach cobbler dh is salivating and wants to make one with tons of sugar, etc. Help! :) All I remember is to melt 2 T butter in the pan first and that you cook fresh/frozen peaches in a pan until soft…

    Thanks! Beth

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