Another rendition of wander the web Wednesday. This week my focus seems to be on food.
Eggs on Sunday is a lovely blog about what else? Food. The focus is on cooking with whole foods and organic ingredients. There's a recipe for Maple-Walnut Apple Cake that looks divine!
Piece Of Cake is a combination of scrumptious recipes and photos that will make your mouth water.
Kevin Kossowan's blog features his life of hunting, gardening, smoking meat, and cooking over a wood fire among other adventures. It's a fascinating read. Kevin is also involved with the Edmonton slow food movement.
Sense of Home Kitchen is a place where Brenda blogs about her homemade life. A little gardening mixed with a lot of cooking combined with frugal living and photography. I found some very unique recipes on her blog. I mean, where else can you find recipes for Parsnip Cake or Parsnip Muffins?
A Foothill Home Companion is a beautiful blog with interesting photos and posts. Although I wish there was an "about me" area to learn more about the author, I've found her posts quite enjoyable. And she raises chickens and bees.....you've gotta love that!!
A Lego A Day is a site devoted to, well, legos. It's 365 days of a different lego scene per day. Although the 365 days just finished, it's amusing to go back through and see the creativity.
Noble Pig is yes, you guessed it, another food blog. This one, however, focuses a lot on main and side dishes (to help balance the sweets from the others!). I plan on trying the coleslaw and cheese broiled tomato recipes this week!
One Perfect Bite Simply put - beautiful photos, and fantastic recipes. A great "go to" site when you need to find something to bake or cook.
If you’re just tuning in, this is an ongoing series in which I share our weekly meal plan as I (attempt) to convert us to a Whole/Real Foods lifestyle. I actually meal plan monthly but share it here weekly because it makes more sense to do so. Meal planning is my way of controlling the grocery budget (read as a LOT of dollars saved), ensuring there is no food waste for the week, as well as saving...
As a follow-up to “What Is Simple Living”, these are steps (goals) that I’ve been using and will continue to use this year on my own path to a simple, homemade life. I shared that I come from a family of collectors and that was my first challenge – purging the collections. It was emotional and difficult at times but I can honestly tell you that I am thrilled that I did it.
When we first purchased chickens we hadn't thought through the fact that we were 2 people with a dozen laying hens. That meant 12 eggs about every 26 hours. We certainly had no trouble finding people we could gift our beautiful eggs to, but we also wanted to come up with delicious ways to use some of the excess ourselves. I've always loved deviled eggs but when I came across this recipe and...
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