I figured it was time for a spring sale, so I wrote to my real food blog friends to see if they would share special discounts with you. The answer was a resounding yes! I have talked about some of these resources before, but others are brand-new. The coupons have varying expiration dates, so be sure to read carefully. Happy shopping. 🙂
Archives for May 2012
We’re featuring rhubarb in our bi-weekly Seasonal Recipe Round-Up. In this post, you’ll learn all about it and how to best prepare it, I’ll share two favorite recipe, and then it is your turn to add your recipes and tips to the comments.
What to do with rhubarb? Abundant and beautiful, many (including me) pass up using it year to year because we don’t know what to do with it. Here are two GAPS-friendly, honey-sweetened, nourishing recipes to help you use it up — a tart rhubarb jam and moist, rhubarb-walnut muffins. [by Wardee Harmon]
We’re heading down home… to your farms! Urban, suburban, or rural — whatever you’re growing and doing, we want to see it. Today’s featured farm is Andi’s Bent Nail Farm in Northern Wyoming. Andi blogs at Declared Unto Him. Come on in to hear about their farm, including how it got its name, and take a photo tour.
Thank you to all who contributed to last week’s seasonal recipe round-up featuring spinach. I selected three recipes to highlight — homemade sausages (mmmm), spanakopitta, and baked eggs. Mmm, mmm, mmm. You can continue to add your spinach recipes to last week’s round-up. Join us next Friday, the 25th, for a round-up featuring… rhubarb!
We’re heading down home… to your farms! Urban, suburban, or rural — whatever you’re growing and doing, we want to see it. Today’s featured farm is Serenity Gulch Farm run by Sherri and Keith Cripe (plus their children Jamie and Katie). They’ve been homesteading off and on for six years in Indiana. Come on in to hear about their farm and go on a lovely photo tour.
We’re heading down home… to your farms! Urban, suburban, or rural — whatever you’re growing and doing, we want to see it. Homesteaders everywhere, send in pictures of your farms and homesteads. We want to see barns, goats, cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, ducks, horses, eggs, kids (the human kind, too), gardens, vineyards, orchards, compost piles, berry patches… We are so excited to show off your farms and homesteads! This post tells you how to participate.
As I type this, food freedom supporters are gathering in Minnesota at the trial of farmer Alvin Schlangen, co-owner and manager of Freedom Farms Co-op. Watch the short video to hear his story. “Alvin Schlangen, a peaceful Minnesota farmer and founder of Freedom Farms Co-op, connects people with the foods of their choice from local producers. Over the past two years, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture has illegally raided Alvin’s van, warehouse, and farm. The state has now brought 21 charges against Alvin related to food distribution; all are misdemeanor counts. Four of the misdemeanors are in trial [this week]. If convicted, Alvin faces up to a year in jail and hefty fines… just for helping to connect consumers to the producers and foods of their choice.” –Raw Milk Food Freedom Riders
We’re featuring spinach in our bi-weekly Seasonal Recipe Round-Up. In this post, you’ll learn all about spinach and how to best prepare it, I’ll share a favorite recipe, and then it is your turn to add your spinach recipes and tips to the comments.