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November 12, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
When I opened our first box of organic Jonathan apples this week, those tart red beauties had my mouth watering with fantasies of the perfect fall treat: caramel apples. After several years managing the health of my daughter solely with food, we've pretty much hacked life and figured out how to make healthy-ish subs for just about anything our hearts desire. And since we're all here buying and eating organic produce, I assume we all have at least a certain level of appreciation for healthy food. So... I'm going to share with you our recipe for paleo salted caramel apples!
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October 7, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
Last weekend, I found myself with a rare solo free day. My work was wrapped up for the week, my husband was playing golf, and my teens were all doing their own things. I woke up to a blissfully still home and a very cool autumnal feeling morning with pumpkin on my mind! I’d been wanting to make a big batch of my Paleo Pumpkin Bread, specifically to top with fresh honeycomb. There is no better start to the day than a warm slice of this with a generous chuck on honeycomb melting into the bread… I’m telling you, this stuff is the bomb!
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October 3, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
Its been an incredibly busy few weeks with one of my favorite jobs of the year, harvesting honeycomb! I’m so fascinated by the work that these little insects do and get so much pleasure from the fruits of their labor. Cracking open the lid to these hive boxes each fall is more exciting to me than opening presents as a kid on Christmas morning! Here's a comprehensive Q&A to answer any and all questions you may have about honeycomb.
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September 3, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
There’s one fact that you simply can’t overlook when you’re involved in farming one way or another: Mother Nature is the boss, and we (as humans) are just one very small piece of the pie. We’ve been reminded of that this week when the ducks decided that NOW is the time for them to have their summer molt. Molting allows the ducks to shed old feathers and regenerate themselves with a fresh new supply of healthy feathers.
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August 19, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
I had a moment at dinner last night that made me quite emotional. Sitting down to eat one of our chickens that my husband roasted while I was busy finishing up my workday - sure, he accidentally roasted it upside down, and he may have burned the garlic on top - but it was one of the most flavorful and nourishing meals ever. I had to sit in gratitude for a moment: Gratitude for the privilege of having access to food that is so fresh, nourishing. Gratitude that food literally has the healing power to change lives. I've seen this in my very own family.
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