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I have always loved granola! It’s crunchy, fruity, and delicious. However, the recipe I made many, many years ago had lots of oats, unsoaked nuts & seeds and processed vegetable oil. So, I stopped eating granola. Anyway, It isn’t as … Continue reading
I did not get to attend many of the Saturday speaker tracks because I was greeting people and helping provide information at the Weston A. Price Foundation table. As co-leader of the Houston-Galveston chapter, I wanted to meet and welcome … Continue reading
Wow! It’s hard to believe it’s over. We just completed the Houston Regional Wise Traditions Conference sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation. We had been anticipating it for so long, we thought it would never come, but finally it … Continue reading
Today’s post was originally published by Kimberly Hartke on The Healthy Home Economist. Kimberly highlights some of the exciting features of the upcoming Houston Regional Wise Traditions Conference. Are you struggling with a chronic illness? Does someone in your family … Continue reading
Houston Real Food Nutrition and Partners in Paleo are presenting a traditionally prepared dinner in celebration of the upcoming Houston Regional Wise Traditions conference sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation. Jeanette Pearson, owner/chef, of Partners in Paleo, will prepare … Continue reading
Houston is lucky this year! The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) has chosen Houston to be the location of one of their two regional conferences for 2014. The WAPF has one major international conference each year (last one was in … Continue reading
Traditionally, the bread at many Southern meals has been cornbread, especially if those meals included pork, beans, or greens. I’ve always loved homemade cornbread and have tried different recipes, but this is my favorite. The kind of cornbread I grew … 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
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
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