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Weekend Gourmet Blog Carnival, March 5, 2012

Daffodils At The Crescent Hotel
Creative Commons License photo credit: doug_wertman

The Daffodils are Up!

Hope Springs Eternal. Spring is poking it’s beautiful head up and bringing with it some much needed cheer. As we prepare for Spring Cleaning, let’s share recipes in our Weekend Gourmet blog carnival.

We are looking for locally sourced ingredients, farm fresh foods, and made from scratch recipes. Whether complicated or super easy, we want recipes that will bring families back to their traditional diets.

Enough with the packaged, processed, chemical laden foods of modern industry. We bloggers want to support human industry of a small farm scale. Local, free enterprise is essential to liberty, as well as radiant health.

Bloggers, share your recipes using Mr. Linky, and link back to this post from your blog. Please also, introduce yourselves in the comments and let people know why you are a real food proponent!

Readers, please share links to your favorite online recipes by sharing them in the comments.

Here’s Mr. Linky!

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Comments

  1. I have had a lot of questions about how to get enough carbs on GAPS, usually because someone has gone too low carb without realizing it and/or they have had some negative health symptoms crop up after 6 months or so on (low carb) GAPS.

    GAPS is not low carb! I point out 8 ways to make sure you don’t dip too low in your carb intake on the GAPS diet!

    http://www.ournourishingroots.com/8-ways-to-get-enough-carbs-on-gaps/

  2. Hi There! I am sharing my recipe for super simple, from scratch, fish sticks recipe! NO MSG, food coloring or other nasty additives in these – just 5 natural ingredients!

  3. I posted a recipe for Homemade Honey Sweetened Ketchup. Replace processed condiments in the fridge and enjoy the flavor of real foods!

  4. To help your readers select good quality ingredients for their recipes, I’m sharing what I’ve learned about “Organic” certification in the US, and what it does and doesn’t mean, by food type.

  5. We’d like to share a raw milk cheesecake with cherry compote and a salted chocolate sablĂ© crust:
    http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/and-cheesecake-for-all/

    We’re also sharing our broccoli and beef poutine with fermented french fries, mozzarella, and a chili ginger soy sauce gravy:
    http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/with-apologies-to-quebec/

    Thanks!

  6. Today’s blog post is Amir’s Buttery Roasted Whole Chicken. The free-range, pastured, slow-growing kind.

    This recipe is the one we use as when we sample of our delicious, nutritious, humanely-raised, chickenness-expressing, healthy chickens at farmer’s markets. Our customers demand to know the recipe. My husband, Amir, is the mastermind behind this recipe and technique. Works every time.

  7. Shared our favorite go to muffin recipe that is wholesome, gf, and my family loves them! http://naturallivingmamma.com/2012/02/03/banana-apple-oat-muffins-of-tasty-goodness-gf/

  8. I wanted to share this wonderful and easy recipe with you! My DH has declared it perfect and I hope you think so, too! Live in Victory!

    http://victoryhomemaking.blogspot.com/2012/03/tortilla-soup.html

  9. Hi Kim – I love daffodils too 🙂 they’re so happy looking!

    I am sharing my grain-free almond banana waffle recipe. They’re so tasty even plain! They don’t rely on coconut flour or lots of eggs too.

    http://mutritiousnuffins.blogspot.com/2012/03/grain-free-almond-banana-waffles.html

  10. Hello, again! Thanks for hosting! This week I linked to my post about the reception that a bestie and I cooked for her brother’s recent wedding. There was a WAPF chapter leader in attendance, so we had our game on. See what we ate!

  11. Hey, I run a food, etc. blog called The Paleo Drummer. The recipe I am sharing is for bacon/onion/mushroom-stuffed beef heart: http://www.thepaleodrummer.com/2012/02/crockpot-beef-heart-stuffed-with-bacon.html
    It is a delicious way to get nutritious offal into your diet, of course from a grassfed source. I love the WAPF, whose ideals have meshed well with my paleo lifestyle. Check out the blog and enjoy the recipe!

  12. Thanks for hosting! I shared a Spiced Carob Cocoa recipe. It’s delicious warm or iced, vegan-option included. Thanks again.

    http://recipestonourish.blogspot.com/2012/03/spiced-carob-cocoa-warm-or-iced.html

  13. I found the food I missed most when switching to a traditional foods diet was cakes and cookies. I have made many of my professional pastry chef recipes into healthier options with unrefined sugars and grains that are soaked or sprouted. Enjoy!

  14. Here’s the link to my COCONUT LIME POPSICLES recipe 🙂
    http://nutritionbynaturesydney.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/coconut-lime-popsicle/

  15. I just put up my latest post on my real foodified Mint Brownies. They are an awesome treat!

    http://www.ournourishingroots.com/chocolate-mint-brownies/

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