Tuesday Twister

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Show us your GNOWFGLINS – God’s natural, organic, whole foods, grown locally and in season. I’m eager to see what’s been cooking in your kitchens over the last week! Share what you’ve been making and doing through words and/or pictures.

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  1. says

    Thanks for hosting, Wardee!

    I hesitated to post my recipe for cauliflower pizza but it’s fun and yummy (with nothing fake in it, depending on how you top it). You can change up the cheese and top it how you please.

    And yes, I was using a Christmas plate last night, lol! We were on dish back up from being sick so I used the compostable Christmas plates we never used over Christmas to eat supper :o

  2. says

    I have been working on a whole week of lard recipes. I am sharing my own grandmother’s recipe for tortillas that are brimming with, oh yes, lard. Today I am off kilter and have a brief post (sick kids) but Monday was tortillas and Wednesday will be refried pintos from my grandmother’s kitchen. Thanks for giving a blog-baby like me a platform and I look forward to cruising everyone’s blogs when the kids are in bed!

  3. says

    Hi Wardee baby! I was reading your article about Gracie, I have a dear friend who lives in the mountains of North Carolina and she always keeps a dairy cow and especially loves Jerseys. I will drop her a line and ask her what she feeds. I do know she also runs an organic herb farm and so I would assume the cow is grass fed! This week I am linking up an inspired kitchen makeover that cost me almost nothing and made me fall in love with my kitchen all over again! All the best, Alex

  4. says

    We’ve been cooking up a few herbal remedies. Problem is that get so involved with what I’m doing, I forget to take pictures till the end! Thanks for hosting!


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