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Category Archives: Farmers Markets
I haven’t had time to publish any new posts this week, but I didn’t want to skip writing about the latest news. Breakfast today was a cup of bone broth (by now, you should not be surprised!) and a banana … Continue reading
I know it’s Friday, but this week I have been so busy with the activities of the Houston-Galveston chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation that I am a little behind with the news. For breakfast this morning while drinking … Continue reading
There is a wonderful resource just south of Houston in League City, Texas! Natural Living Food Co-op, founded by Lisa Piper in 2005, is a complete food co-op. I first met Lisa several years ago when she had a table … Continue reading
That’s what my son said! He always likes the food I cook, but he said this Christmas dinner was maybe the best meal I’d ever prepared. Maybe he was just extra hungry, but he wasn’t the only one that enjoyed … Continue reading
My family doesn’t especially like the white meat in chicken or turkey. That’s why we usually prefer goose or duck because the meat is all dark meat–tender and full of flavor. Last year’s Christmas dinner featured roast duckling. Modern turkeys … Continue reading
Summer in Houston means a plentiful supply of fresh okra,and I’m always looking for new ways to use seasonal, organic produce. Last Saturday at the farmers’ market was no exception–I found a nice bunch of beautiful red okra pods grown … Continue reading
It’s summertime hot in Houston, and what could be better in hot weather than cool, creamy ice cream? We love our homemade REAL ice cream, and one of our favorites (maybe number 1) is peach. There are many ways to make … Continue reading
I appreciate that food banks help many people who need food to eat, but, as I learned more about nutrition, I realized that almost all of the foods collected and distributed by most food banks are not the nutrient-dense, fresh … Continue reading
[Update February 12, 2013: Wow! I’ve already got an update. I just found a video of the farmer being forced to dump 700 gallons of raw milk ($5,000), just because he was delivering. There was nothing wrong with the milk. … Continue reading
The roast duckling we ate for Christmas dinner is probably the best I’ve cooked. It was tender and juicy, but still flavorful with brown, crispy skin. My family prefers duck to turkey or even chicken because it is ALL dark … Continue reading