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Do your goats need cookies? The answer is no . . . and maybe. When Daddypotamus and I bought a farm last year, I joked that we should install cameras in the barn so that you could laugh at us. We’re city slickers, and we’re bound to make a lot of mistakes. Some of us do it with handsome earnestness, while others wear polka dotted pajamas and muck boots. This should take off as a fashion trend in 3 . . . 2 . . Continue ReadingRead More »
Note from Mommypotamus: Today’s guest post comes from Katie of Girl Meets Nourishment, Thank you for stopping by, Katie!
Eating Jell-O cup after Jell-O cup; with my lunches, as an afternoon snack, for breakfast – I could not get enough Jell-O! My Granny also was a connoisseur of the the boxed kind, mixing it with canned fruit. I used to savoring every bite! Let me tell you, Jell-O topped my list of favorite snacks when I was young – and still does to this day. Continue ReadingRead More »
The way ants are descending on my kitchen. The sticky sweet smell of homemade strawberry jam is irresistible if I do say so myself. But after watching them take an afternoon dip in my coconut oil I’m not feeling very hospitable.
I draw the line at coconut oil, y’all. Continue ReadingRead More »
Late at night it would sneak into her bedroom along with popcorn, only to be discovered by the family later. Sometimes it would jump off the bedside table and roll under the bed to avoid detection, but they always found it.
Wait, that’s not right. I’m pretty sure it was the other way around, and it was the girl who was in love with salt . . . they used to call her The Salt Bandit or something. Yeah, that’s definitely it. I should know, because that person is me. Continue ReadingRead More »
Hey y’all! Each week I share a useful tip, insight, or recipe from a book I’m reading. As you might imagine, I get a TON of books to review every month. It’s time to share the best of the best with you, so let’s get started!
As I wrote about earlier this week, store-bought salad dressings often include unlabeled ingredients like nanoparticles, genetically-modified oils, MSG, trans fats and sometimes even mercury.
Don’t pack away those salad forks, though. Tender lettuce leaves, sun-ripened tomatoes and crisp cucumbers are calling your name – all you need are a few tried-and-true homemade salad dressings!
Today I’m going to share a creamy ranch recipe from my friend Kristen of Food Renegade. If you haven’t picked it up yet, her ebook, Simply Salads by Season, is full of mouthwatering recipes that will have your family diving for the salad bowl at dinner. Continue ReadingRead More »
If you’ve never discovered a forgotten batch of late summer jam on a cold winter day, you’re missing out! I usually find one tucked away in my freezer around late November, brimming with liquid sunshine and memories of lazy berry-picking on a summer day. Farmers markets will be overflowing with sweet berry goodness before you know it, so I thought I’d share my favorite recipe for strawberry freezer jam. But first, we must ask the all important question . . .Read More »
Note from Mommypotamus: Today’s guest post comes from Sarah of Real Food Outlaws, maker of summerlicious blackberry ice cream, grain-free lemon cake and oh-so-much more. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us, Sarah!
I don’t know if it’s the ice cream part or the cake part, but if you’re a mama and want a piece, you had better get yours first! Continue ReadingRead More »