Real Food Wednesday 5/26/10

Welcome to this week’s Real Food Wednesday blog carnival!  Click the link for more about what that means.  This has become the favorite day of the week for my readers, I hope you like it and learn a lot, too!

By the way, the picture above may or may not show up, I don’t know WHAT the heck is going on with my uploaded pictures.  Some posts are working fine, and on others I got nothing. (Anyone have a clue?)

My other new post today has the winning essay for the free online cooking e-course from Jenny at Nourished Kitchen!

Now tell us what’s going on in your kitchen these days?

Do you have any Real Food recipes or tips to share?  If so, I hope you’ll link up, and please remember to link back to this post, not my home page, so your readers can also benefit from the great scoop that comes through here each week!

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  1. says

    Happy RFW everyone! It’s been a tough week of foraging for me. I managed to tear a hole in my pants while climbing over some trees, and I got my hands and arms into something which gave me a nice rash. But, I have a refrigerator full of the finest and freshest wild foods, so it’s hard to complain. In my area, the cattail shoots are just getting fat and wonderful this week. Have you tried them? They taste like cucumbers!

  2. says

    YUM! Cattails! You always have the greatest stuff! :)

    I am so excited! OUR raw milk is finally here! My post this week is all about how we feel about our first taste of the delicious creamy dreamy goodness!

  3. says

    Hi,
    I linked up to my newest post with some yummy “green” recipes!
    Sorry… forgot to say great post – can’t wait to read your next one!

  4. says

    Alex, I’m so jealous – I still haven’t been able to find raw milk where I live. I just posted my cottage pie recipe – lately it’s been my ultimate comfort food. I’m looking forward to checking out all these other great posts – butterpoweredbike, you really have me curious about cattails now, I might have to start there.

  5. says

    I linked up a puffs recipe. These puffs are so easy to make: water, butter, flour, and eggs–that’s it! The recipe can be made gluten free (or not) and then filled with all types of real food combinations. One could even make these and let the family clean out the fridge at the end of the week. That would be fun and, oh, so delicious! Or you can impress party guests with these time and time again. I’ve been using this recipe for years. It’s well loved. :-)

    Shirley

  6. says

    Hello everyone and good tidings! I’m new at the carnival and am still learning the ropes so pardon any “technical difficulties” I may be currently suffering from. My offering is canned Dilly Beans. I really enjoyed making them and I think they taste soooo good! Please excuse, also, the highlighted areas of my blog contribution. I have no idea how to get rid of them LOL! Cheers!

  7. says

    This week for Weight Losss Wednesday I’m excited about sharing an awesome podcast between Stephan Guyenet and Chris Kresser on the modern obesity epidemic, leptin, weight loss and much more! I learned a lot from this podcast and I hope my readers will, too!

  8. says

    Glad to join in for my first Real Food Wednesday (sorry I already stuffed up Mr Linky). We’ve just gone into Winter here in Australia, am very happy to share my recipe for Chunky Cauliflower Coconut Soup!

  9. says

    Hi everyone! In honor of the fund-raising for disease that has been so prevalent in the media, my contribution is an expose on why more money for drugs and research is getting our society nowhere in finding a “cure” for what ails us. Real food and detoxification is where it’s at! Happy Real Food Wednesday!

  10. says

    Gardening for Real Food seems like a lot of work. Here is a tip to help tackle the weed problem. We have heard the saying – “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This can apply to gardening as well.

  11. says

    I shared a recipe for lavender-honey yogurt. The raw milk came from our goatshare and honey and lavender were also locally produced or gathered. I served the yogurt with strawberries from a farm down the street and walnuts from a friend’s trees. Wholly local, and delicious!

  12. says

    Hi Everyone,

    This is a great resource for real foodies, thanks for taking the time to post.

    My soup recipe is dynamic, and is a wonderful change from eating a huge salad every day…enjoy.

  13. says

    My post today is “Healthy Summertime Alternative to Soda Pop”. I added a link within with excellent coverage on the health effects we can suffer from drinking soft drinks.

  14. says

    After not weighing myself for two years, my first weigh in for the EAT FAT, LOSE FAT diet was hard, but you got to start somewhere! I share my and my husband’s weight loss goals.

  15. says

    This zucchini recipe is perfect for that mid season abundance of summer squash. Check out my blog for lots of other ideas on using this prolific vegetable.

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