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How about warming yourself up on this cold winter day with some hearty, rich mushroom vegetable soup? There are three reasons I love this recipe. (1) If you buy fresh mushrooms already sliced, it's as "easy as pie" to make. (2) The pearl barley that's added turns this soup into a filling, one dish meal that you can eat for dinner without having to make anything else. (3) It's just plain delicious!
I'm excited to share some up-to-date tips and advantages of homemade freezer cooking in today's sponsored post, inspired by our longtime partner (and friend!) Once A Month Meals. They've got great advice on how to pull together a variety of wholesome freezer meals that will be ready in a jiffy on those busy week nights or when you just don't feel like cooking (it happens to the best of us!).
Like most people who often cook from scratch, I am just used to peeling and chopping all my own vegetables, making my own dough, and - not to be overlooked - doing lots of dishes! So when I recently decided I’d like to try making a “real food” coleslaw dish, I looked at the green and purple cabbages in the produce section of the supermarket and thought 2 heads of cabbage was an awful lot to buy (and chop up) for one small colorful dish of coleslaw. I asked the produce manager if he could cut the cabbages in half for me when he pointed me in the direction of pre-cut, bagged cabbages just for the purpose of making coleslaw – duh! I am so used to not being able to buy “convenience” food anymore that it didn’t even dawn on me to buy these ingredients pre-cut and ready to go. What a time saver (and a more appropriate amount of food)!
All it took was a couple of recent trips to Ikea and reading the book A Man Called Ove (pronounced Oovay) for me to crave some good ol' Swedish meatballs! Now, I don't think I've ever met a meatball I didn't like, and this recipe below is absolutely no exception. My family devoured this one-dish d
Of course, you all know that getting rid of processed food holds great importance to me, but building our entire home into a safe and healthy one is something else I've gotten passionate about over the years.
Well, here it is as promised—Part II of my Costco real food love fest. This time I am going to be dishing on my favorite items from Costco's freezers, along with meat, dairy, seafood, and poultry, as well a few real food rule benders.