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Category Archives: Traditional Food
Have you ever thought about why we eat? What is the basic, most important reason that we put food into our mouths, chew it, and swallow it? We eat because we must if we want to live and be healthy! … Continue reading
We were having another version of leftover soup a few days ago, and, although we love this soup just as it is, this time I wanted a little something extra to go along with it. I’d been wanting to make … Continue reading
I was excited to learn that two local restaurants still value and use traditional food preparation methods for at least some of their offerings. Houston Chronicle Food Editor Greg Morago has revealed some fascinating details about what goes on in … 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
My family loves the earthy flavor of buckwheat pancakes, especially when served with lots of butter and a little real maple syrup. However, buckwheat doesn’t just taste good, it is also very nutritious. Buckwheat is not wheat. It’s not even … Continue reading
Houston Real Food Nutrition and the Houston-Galveston Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation are hosting a cooking class on May 25, 2013. Susan Doiron, who gave an excellent demonstration of making fermented foods in January, is offering a class … Continue reading
Having been born and always lived in the South, cornbread is one of my favorite foods, especially served hot with lots of butter melted inside. I’ve posted a recipe for traditional Southern Cornbread before; however, I’ve been wanting to reduce … Continue reading
For many years, one of my family’s favorite homestyle foods has been Lentils with Cheese, but I’ve learned that to be healthier the lentils need to be soaked or sprouted, which requires a lot of preplanning and extra time. I … Continue reading
How about this for super easy! I really love a recipe that is delicious and nutritious but also quick and easy to prepare. Eggplant Parmigiana Ingredients 2 medium eggplants (these were from my local farmers market) 2 cups tomato puree … Continue reading