Real Food Wednesday 6/23/10


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 tips and ideas!

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!

You’re up, take it away!   



  1. says

    Yippie! I feel special! I am first for the first time! ;) Thanks for sharing the real food love with us Kel on this real food wednesday and for sharing your awesome space with us! My article this week is not about food, but about something that is just as important, and its something I haven’t been doing much of lately…so, I am officially rededicating myself to exercise! Come join me! Alex

  2. says

    This week, I’ve got another recipe from my foraging adventures – yucca pesto. Yucca flowers have a really nice flavor somewhere between asparagus and artichoke. If they’re abundant where you live, it’s a food worth seeking out. I had no problem collecting a full bag of yucca flowers in five minutes.

  3. says

    My post this week is about following the old tradition of getting several meals from the Sunday roast. This has really helped my family get more delicious meals from one piece of grassfed meat.

  4. says

    Blueberries are in season here. I’ve posted some info about their nutritional profile and a salad recipe on which they are the crown jewels!

  5. says

    One of my favorite recipes growing up–chiken enchiladas! Also check out the previous post on homemade cream of mushroom soup for this recipe.

  6. says

    My post for today talks about 3 primal/paleo food myths that my lovely family brought up a few weeks ago… Enjoy the text and a video of me speaking!


  7. says

    To celebrate Independence Day, I’m giving away the complete 7 CD set of Sally Fallon Morell’s seminar on Traditional Diets! If you haven’t heard this complete seminar before, it is truly amazing and life changing. Please go to The Healthy Home Economist blog to sign up to win!

  8. says

    I’m new to this, but excited to join in the fun! I posted a link to a delicious (and healthy) berry crumble! Perfect for a summer evening treat.

  9. says

    Shalom Kelly, today’s post is a recipe for Red Potato Salad with Lemon Dressing, which has a lighter dressing taste. If you want an extra ‘zing’, make sure to add even more lemon juice.

    Thank you for hosting!

  10. says

    Thanks so much for hosting Real Food Wednesday. This week I share the results of my and my husband’s fourth week on the EAT FAT, LOSE FAT diet and a very quick breakfast idea!

  11. says

    Thanks to everyone for taking the time to post such wonderful ideas…hopefully my salmon salad with avocado will help you save time while enjoying your food! Make sure you check out the coconut whipped cream and nut butter cake recipe at the bottom of the post!

  12. says

    I am posting about one of my favorite (and cheap!) kitchen gadgets that help maintain my knives- one of my most used kitchen essentials.
    Thanks for hosting Kelly!

  13. says

    I posted three of my favorite, easy real food breakfast options. I don’t usually have time for anything complicated, so these are my solid “go-to” choices!

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