When I discovered Nourishing Traditions a few years ago, I was both elated and horrified. Elated to learn that foods I loved like cheese, milk and red meat were actually good for me. Horrified because all I was left with was one cookbook that didn’t contain most of my favorite recipes.
Fortunately, I have learned a thing or two. Thing One: Most of your favorite family recipes can be remade to incorporate Nourishing Traditions principles. I am helping a friend do that right now and it’s easy! Thing Two: There are tons of recipes out there that are both nourishing and creative. Some of my favorite sites are The Nourishing Gourmet and Kitchen Stewardship. This week I discovered Kelly the Kitchen Kop, who has a whole section on healthy homemade chinese food! Bring on the healthy fried rice!
Homemade Egg Rolls with Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce – Recipe here
Fried Rice – Ours will be a soaked grain version. Recipe here
Salmon – Served with lemon/garlic butter sauce
Baked Pecan Yams – Recipe here
Seven Hour Braised Leg of Lamb – Recipe here
Swiss Chard with Tomatoes, Feta and Pine Nuts – Recipe here
Grassfed Rump Roast
Roasted Carrots, Potatoes and Onions
Sandwiches – Sprouted Whole-Spelt Bread and Leftover Roast with Homemade Mayo, Avocado, Tomato, Lettuce and Onion
Herb Roasted Sweet Potato Skins – Recipe here
Kitchen CLOSED!!! – Out exploring a new restaurant that serves local, organic or grass-fed ingredients.
Ancho Chili Rubbed Whole Chicken - Yes, this is the same as last week. We had a showing for our house and didn’t get to it! Spice rub recipe here
Swiss Chard and Potato Cake – Recipe here
What are YOU making this week?
* Credit for spice photo in collage above goes to Suzanna Kilian
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