September 2011

28
Sep

Want to learn more about real food?

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Want to learn more about real food?

There’s a lot of confusion out there about which foods can heal you and which foods can hurt you.  To help dispel some of that confusion I want to talk to you all about traditional diets and how they helped to create excellent health for many cultures over the centuries and how they can do the same for you and …

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Daikon Radish Salad

If you were like me many years ago you were wondering, “what do I do with that?”  That, being Daikon Radish…that giant, white tubular thing in the veggie section or at your local farmer’s market!  Well, like little red radishes you can pretty much do the same things with it except daikon is a whole lot easier to work with than its tiny …

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15
Sep

What is “real” southern food?

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What is "real" southern food?

My Mama-May Fair came to town to celebrate my birthday last week and I wanted to welcome her with a yummy dinner.  After I had finished preparing everything and before we started diggin’ in she said you should take a picture of this for your blog…and minding my Mama like I do, I did! So I just wanted to share …

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14
Sep
End of Summer Soup

As most of you know, I go to my local farmer’s market, Franklin Farmer’s Market every Saturday that I’m in town and SO love my time there visiting with the farmers and folks from the community.  Most of the time I buy way too many fruits and veggies for just me and Alex.  So on Friday night when I see I …

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Must-Go Veggie & Egg Pie

My sweet man, Alex ate a lot of leftovers when he was a kid and thank goodness that didn’t backfire on him because he still loves leftovers to this day.  His family’s name for leftovers was/is “must-go,” hence the name of my recipe for today! One of my favorite things to do is to create something tasty out of “whatever” may …

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