Real Food Wednesday 9/15/10


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 so glad it’s RFW, because that’s means we’ve made it to the middle of the week, and I can celebrate by reading everyone’s lovely real food recipes.

    I’ve been out foraging again. And this time, I found gold – wild porcini mushrooms, in my beloved mountains! I’ve only just gotten a taste of them this year, but that taste was so delicious, that I can’t wait to find more.

  2. says

    I made chimichurri sauce– it’s delicious over steak, over chicken, shrimp, eggs in the morning, you name it. A great way to liven up a dish :).

    Happy hump day everyone.

  3. says

    Summer harvest season! The best time of year for us cooks :) I made some late summer corn chowder. I also forget how good fresh corn is until it comes around again.

  4. says

    Hi Kelly – thanks for hosting Real Food Wednesdays! I am contributing my post about completing detox and cleansing protocols using real food and natural modalities. It’s the change of season, which is the perfect time to engage in detoxing activities. Happy Wednesday everyone! :)

  5. says

    Good Morning Kelly!!!

    Sharing a recipe for knock your socks off mushrooms!! Now I need to go read Hunger and Thirst’s post on wild porcini mushrooms!!

    Thanks again for hosting!!!

  6. says

    It looks like I filled out the linky wrong the first time. Sorry. Can you please erase #38?

    I reposted about making my own grape jelly! It was a bit of work, but it was fun.

  7. says

    Tomatillos! One of my favorite random fruits (that’s more like a veggie). This rich, delicious tomatillo soup that’s great for any of your vegetarian friends. Also delicious to serve with mexican style pork.

  8. says

    Hi! I just found your blog! I liked a homemade marshmallow cream recipe made with honey and no corn syrup. Can’t wait to explore your blog more!

  9. says

    Hi everyone!

    Besides sharing about my weight loss (or gain) this week, I talk a little bit about my first few attempts at sprouting. I learned that sprouted brown rice with a little milk, maple syrup and raisins makes for a delicious and healthy breakfast!

  10. says

    Still making salads here, still hot in Texas! I’m sharing a potato salad with a vinaigrette, like my mom would sometimes make. Thanks for sharing!
    blessings ~ Carmen

  11. says

    “Emotional overeating” seems to be a common problem these days. But what if emotional eating isn’t as “emotional” as we think? Biochemical deficiencies could be driving your cravings and even playing with your emotions. It’s quite possible overeating issues are far more physiological than emotional.

  12. says

    Enjoying my stash of roasted green chile and continuing my recipes using them. This week is green chile quiche. Quick and easy, it’s grain-free and full of fresh ingredients. As always, thanks to Kelly for hosting!

  13. Terri says

    I really enjoy reading everyone’s Real Food recipes and thoughts each week. So many great people out there in the real food world! This week however, I was reading #25’s recipe and it is so far removed from being a Real Food recipe that I just had to comment. Her ingredients are not real (Bisquick mainly) and her comment that she uses loads of garlic….well I personally don’t consider garlic powder the same as fresh garlic, and the low fat milk and cheese…..sorry to be so negative, but this site is here to promote REAL FOOD, not just copycat recipes that hold no nutritional values. I know we don’t have to make this recipe, but entries should follow the Real Food guidelines.

  14. KitchenKop says

    Terri, thank you SO much for telling me, I haven’t had time to check them all this week. I’ll go take it down and explain to her why. :)

  15. says

    Chiming in late this week, but my post is about state fairs and the propaganda they promote about food and agriculture, especially the messages aimed at kids. (And I’m not even talking about the donut burgers.)

    Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat

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