>Tuesday Twister February 16

> Still busy here with work but at least everyone is healthy now. I didn’t do alot of extras again this past week.

Joe did bring me home 5 pounds of carrots that they offered him from his work (part of the bag had froze). I made 3 quarts of Spicy Carrots. We love these […]

>February Food-Take 2

>Well… this week ended up being a big spending week and a not very real food eating week. Wednesday was the first hurdle. Angel and I went and ran some errands (including picking up my beef CSA order) and ended up going out for lunch. We went to a new chain restaurant which has only […]

>GNOWFGLINS eCourse: Sneak Peak Video

>For a few weeks now I’ve been telling you about a new eCourse that Wardeh from GNOWFGLINS has put together. The GNOWFGLINS Fundamentals eCourse is a 5 month course that will help you learn the basics of preparing traditional food in a simple and straightforward manner. This is the course that I wish I would […]

Garbanzo Bean Curry

We enjoy garbanzo beans (also called chick peas). Garbanzo beans were not something I ate growing up. In fact, my garbanzo bean experience was a few times in salads. Then a couple of years ago I was reading a blog called Lentils and Rice (the blog is no longer available) and she had a series […]

Simple and Delicious Salad for a Winter Day

With winter here I’ve had a harder time with getting raw food into the family. We do eat quite a bit of lacto-fermented items from all of the experiments I’ve done recently but we haven’t been eating any salad type items. I found a great deal on organic carrots last time I shopped so […]

>Tuesday Twister February 9

> Another quiet week in my kitchen. I’ve still been working quite a bit and I’ve been surrounded by sickies and even succumbed to sickness myself. We were fortunate to even have meals on the table this past week.

Sweet and Sour Venison Meatballs

Sweet and Sour Venison Meatballs were delicious. Kiki said they […]

>Menu Week of February 7

>We try to eat Real Food. What does that mean to us? Our food should be whole, unprocessed and nutrient dense. One of the reason I do meal planning is to help us accomplish that goal. Most days I enjoy spending time in the kitchen putting our meals and snacks together. We started changing our […]

>Today is the Day!

>The wait is over! The GNOWFGLINS Fundamentals eCourse (1) is open for enrollment. If you have been looking for a simple and straightforward plan to cook healthy and traditional food this is it.

The plan is called Fundamentals for a reason. Wardeh will be teaching the basic skills needed for beginning (or expanding on) a […]

Sweet and Sour Venison Meatballs

My husband and I both grew up eating wild game. For the most part we had venison (deer) but some elk too. We are still fortunate to be able to enjoy venison and elk and, now that we live in Wyoming, antelope. The thing with wild game is that it can taste a little ‘gamey’. […]

Two Ducks Equal Numerous Delicious Dishes

At Thanksgiving time we got our turkey from my friend JLB and as a bonus she threw in two meat ducks. We love duck. We usually have wild duck which is different from domestic duck but we have discovered that both are equally delicious. We cut up the ducks and froze the pieces separately. […]

Tuesday Twister February 2

This past week I didn’t do any kitchen experiments or extras due to being busy with my bookkeeping, our personal taxes and the sniffles that have affected almost all of us. Christopher and I were up the better part of the night a few nights while he was feeling bad. I’m happy to report […]

January Food- Final Take

In the month of January we tried to eat out of our freezer and pantry. Grocery shopping was usually picking up fresh produce, milk and other staples that we ran out of and I decided we couldn’t live without. In January, we did not get our beef CSA that we usually get (10 pounds of […]