Real Food Wednesday 9/29/10


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 soooo glad it’s Wednesday. These weeks during harvest time are so very long. But it’s how we end up with a packed freezer and pantry, so I’ll only complain just a wee little bit. This week, I’ve got a great recipe for a delicious finger food, topped with a slice of fried apple and a sage leaf, then crisped in a piece of prosciutto – all of the best flavors of autumn in one delicious bite :)

  2. says

    My post this week is a new blog about S510, since the senate may vote on S510 this week before they leave Washington.

    Please stop S510, before it interferes with real food, small farms, farmers’ markets, and sustainable farms.

  3. says

    Posting this week about 11-year-old Birke Baehr and his impressive and inspirational talk on the state of the food system. Also paired that with a giveaway of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” for kids.

    Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat.

  4. says

    I’ve posted a link to a recipe that is perfect for using some of the beautiful autumn vegetables that are available at the moment – a spicy and warming Vegetable Biryani. It’s perfect if you have lots of veggies from your garden to use up too. Thanks for hosting Real Food Wednesdays.

  5. says

    I shared my handcut baked fries. I recently bought a potato/vegetable cutter. It takes seconds to cut the taters into fries now! So much healthier than the frozen kind, not to mention you can season them however you want.

  6. says

    Hey Kelly!!

    Submitting a post all about oysters, how to shuck ‘em, health benefits, nutrient profile, and a few links to other Real Food Media Bloggers posts on oysters!! Thanks again for hosting!!

  7. says

    I launched a new series called Eat to Learn! I’ll publish some of the research I dig up while writing fun food facts connecting food on the school lunch line and a kiddo’s brain for morning announcements at our elementary school. Granted, there is limited real food on the school lunch line, but for 70% of our students it’s what they eat. My goal is to increase participation and consumption of the items that are available and do provide nutrients like fresh produce, beans, eggs, etc.

  8. says

    My friend Paula Jager who writes the fitness column for The Healthy Home Economist blog, shows me how to render lard in this week’s video class. Come on over and find out how to make this healthy and nutritious (loaded with Vitamin D) fat for your home cooking and baking!

    Thanks for hosting Kel!

  9. says

    I have a verza cabbage soup which was made using fridge leftovers… Thanks for hosting Kelly, I am in a chocolate phase and I am going to make those flourless muffins today!

  10. says

    I posted about the behind the scenes story of Birke Baehr, young spokes person for the real food movement, and how he has influenced his family of five who live on the road. I’m looking forward to posting again after our interview in October.

  11. says

    Wow what a fast start to Real Food Wednesday! Everyone must have set their alarm clocks. :) I’ve been meaning to write a post on a new experimental green smoothie desert treat but just haven’t gotten it up yet… until then I have our first green smoothie recipe we came up with last spring that I don’t think I ever shared. Enjoy!

  12. says

    Although my weight stayed the same this week on EAT FAT, LOSE FAT, I had fun creating a quick and tasty walnut and feta salad, all with produce from my CSA!

  13. says

    I shared our recipes for Homemade Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries! So much healthier and tastier than anything you can get at the store or a restaurant!

    Thank you for hosting!


  14. says

    Hi Kelly – I’m contributing (late, as usual!) my companion piece to my vaccination series about helping to reduce the risk of and prevent the development of autism and other related disorders in the unborn child and newborn infant. Thanks for hosting RFW! :)

  15. says

    Since the Real Food For Rookies class this week focused on healthy fats I thought it would be a good time to try some new recipes. Sadly my fish fry was a total flop. The coating fell off the fish and shrimp but they both still tasted great! We skipped eating the coating though. The cultured butter however was a huge hit so that is the recipe I submitted to this weeks RFW. My oldest daughter helped me. The whole time we joked about the Fabio commercial for I can’t believe it’s not butter and if the people who ate it knew what they were missing. This butter is just that good. Thanks for hosting Kelly.

  16. says

    Wednesdays are my favorite day of the week. We get our CSA and our co-op delivery of fresh, raw milk, meat and just about anything else we need to eat whole, healthy and delicious. It’s also my day for food inspiration–and believe me, with a family that eats zero processed food, I can use all the inspiration I can get! :)

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