Because these Thursday posts weren’t particularly popular, I’ve taken a couple of weeks off of the series. But today I’m back.
Why? Because over the last couple of weeks I have seen some mind-blowing Real Food recipes online. What better way to share them with you?
5. Say hello to Fiddlehead Ferns. Easily foraged if you live in the Pacific Northwest (Oh, how I miss you, Oregon!), you can also buy them at the grocery store. If the price intimidates you, this recipe works well with asparagus, too. It’s Mark Sisson’s Fiddlehead Ferns with Bacon and Carmelized Onions. WOW.
4. Are you a fan of easy slow cooker recipes that melt in your mouth and leave your kids begging for more? Me too. Try out this Asian Inspired Slow Cooked Short Ribs With Carrots And Cabbage from Shannon at Nourishing Days.
3. Ann Marie over at Cheeseslave served up two cookie recipes in one week. I don’t know what she was thinking. Oh wait. Maybe it had to do with the fact that these recipes feature 100% Real Food. No white flour. No refined white sugar. No GMOs. My favorite of the two? Only the Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. Thanks, Ann Marie!
2. What’s not to love about an authentically good Bearnaise sauce? Ed from The Slow Cook posted a delicious recipe using farm fresh eggs from hens raised on green pasture, butter from grass-fed cows, and the savory splendor of tarragon and shallots. Then he served it over rare strip steak. Can you say YUM?
1. The most wonderful, fascinating, and absolutely perfect recipe I found came from Linsey at Cake and Commerce. She showed (with fabulous photos, to boot) how to make homemade sausage using a simple food processor and a pastry bag. In other words, if you thought you needed a meat grinder to do this well, you were wrong. Making your own delectable sausages has never been easier, thanks to Linsey’s ingenuity.
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