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Not that it’s any surprise, but our family follows a “real food” diet. And I don’t even really think of it as a “diet,” at least in the sense that we are restricting ourselves from certain foods, because we honestly love to eat this way. All those packaged foods that contain artificial f
It was a record year on the blog with over 45 million page views in total - WOW! I love to see so many people taking an interest in kicking highly processed food to the curb. So, in case you're wondering, the list below summarizes what readers were most interested in this year.
My grandmother is known for both her Crepes and her "Apple Slices." And I don't just mean apples cut into slices. It is what she calls her version of apple pie, and maybe it's because she has such a big family (soon to be 28 of us!).
I've got a yummy and hearty new soup recipe for you that's SO easy to make! And the best part is that this Potato and Cauliflower Chowder recipe makes enough for leftovers (unless you're cooking for an extra big family, of course).
Lots of readers have signed up to take our “10 Days of Real Food” pledge in the New Year, and this is what some of them say they have learned from the experience…
“Doing this has made me realize how horribly we were eating, with all of the ‘time crunches’ we place on ourselves. This h
Stocks (which are interchangeable with broths) are the base for many homemade soups and sauces. I used to always cook with store-bought chicken broth, but now there are several reasons why I prefer making it at home (using this recipe below that has been adapted from the Joy of Cooking). While it ta