Real Food Wednesday 5/5/10

Real Food Wednesdays

Happy Real Food Wednesday and if this is your first time, WELCOME!  Unless I’m mistaken (always a strong chance of that), last week was a Real Food Wednesday record!  We had 62 links and 9 Tweets.  I don’t know how to check how many Stumbles, can someone clue me in?  The more of you that stumble, retweet this and link back here (always good blog carnival manners!), the more exposure it will bring for all of us.  :)


If you don’t have a blog, leave your tips or recipes or whatever is on your mind in the comments.


I hope you’ll go to my Kitchen Kop page and “like” it.  :)

I can’t wait to see what you all have to share today!



  1. says

    As always, Kelly, sincerely, thank you for hosting.

    Since spring has sprung, I’ve been having quite a bit of fun foraging for wild foods. And in the spirit of adventure, I decided to culture dandelion buds in an effort to make a mock caper. And it worked!

    • Celia says

      Can you share what you did and how? I am a novice at gathering and eating wild edibles and I have never heard of culturing dandelion buds!

      Thanks in advance…


  2. says

    Great stuff! :) I’m having fun checking out the other links.

    Just posted my chocolate chip peanut butter cake… grain free/gluten free. And it was SO GOOD. I’m making it again tomorrow with cocoa powder added.

  3. says

    Kelly, I’m sharing some musings about how much I love researching diet and nutrition. Also, I hope to remain flexible in my views, even though I feel like “Real Foods” are here to stay!

  4. says

    We’ve all heard reasons for avoiding GMO foods, but have you heard much about the farms that grow GMO crops? We’ve found a “real food” strategy for dealing with disastrous effects of GMO crops on our farm. Thanks for hosting!

  5. says

    I decided to go for an amazingly simple, warm breakfast recipe of roasted bananas. Yum! Not pretty to look at, but oh so good . . .

  6. says

    I wrote about a dish I make – I call it “omelet” – that is delicious, nourishing, and at the whim of your creativity. It’s a staple dish in our home!

  7. says

    Happy hump day! My article today is a list of items you must have to set up a healthy traditional cooking kitchen and the wish list as well. Enjoy! Off to slice my no-knead sourdough bread and let you know if I was successful this time! Thanks again to Kel for sharing her awesome space!

  8. says

    Posting this week about the movie “Two Angry Moms.” There’s a 10-minute preview on my site, as well as links to some other thoughtful pieces on school-food reform.

    Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat

  9. says

    I was able to put some safeguards in place, so my blog is up and running again! Today I shared a recipe for tequila lime sherbet, which I made with coconut milk, avocado, and fresh lime juice. Oh, and tequila. :) Sometimes it’s nice to indulge.

  10. says

    I’m new to this, so apologies if I didn’t do it write (see #45 above). Figured it was a good place to include my most recent post of women farmers & sustainable food females featured in the new book, Farmer Jane. Thanks for hosting.

    My whole site, lettuce eat kale, is food focused, as the name suggests. So come check me out. Cheers, Sarah

  11. Robin says

    Ren-you made me laugh! I saw your post above and thought “that sounds like the one I’ve made from my Rick Bayless book” and when I clicked over, there was your recipe, along with “adapted from Rick Bayless”! hehe…:-D

    Although, I used his variation from Mexican Everyday with a chuck roast in the crockpot with potatoes, but it was AWESOME!!

  12. says

    Thank you for hosting this!! I did not post my “Why Local? Wednesday” post until late last night, so I just added the link this morning. I wrote about the topic/issue of Food Deserts and a lack of real food where it is desperately needed.

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