Six Secrets for a Terrific Thanksgiving Turkey

These steps will make it a breeze to glide through Thanksgiving with the perfect turkey. 1. Choose the Right Turkey for Your Table For us, there's no question, we want a locally raised, heritage turkey from one of our local farmers or the farmers who supply our local butcher. Read this if you want to know more about choosing a turkey. 2. Get Started on Time for a Great Finish [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:04-07:00November 1st, 2015|Good Stuff, Recipes|0 Comments

Are You Eating these Spring Superfoods? How to get the Most Powerful Nutrition of the Year While You Can!

Creamy mixed Spring greens, onions, garlic and fresh pastured butter and cream. It is Spring in the Pacific Northwest and a long and lovely Spring it has been, too. This year we've had the longest Spring I can remember, with bouts of sunny warm days inter-mixed with showers and storms all the way back to February. Incredible weather, to be sure. All that sunshine and rain has meant [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:05-07:00May 13th, 2015|Blog, Recipes|0 Comments

Cranberry Bars: A Delicious Way to Get the Full Power of Cranberries!

Cranberries: The Miracle Food of the Holiday Season My favorite part of the onset of the holiday season just might be that it signals the cranberry harvest. That brief window of time when fresh cranberries can be found in the market, at farmers markets or even at nearby local farms. These tiny, tangy and tart late fall berries add a lovely and delicious flavor component to bring a [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:05-07:00December 14th, 2014|Fruits and Vegetables, Recipes|0 Comments

Classic Parisian Chicken Salad with a Twist: Apples and Celery and Mint, Oh My!

Parisian Chicken Salad with celery, apples and mint on a bed of greenleaf lettuce. Celery and apples are two ingredients I can eat any time. The crunch, the flavor, the freshness of a juicy bite of  either one of these lovelies works for me in any one of a hundred ways. I add them to all kinds of things, and most particularly love them raw and fresh in [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:06-07:00September 17th, 2014|Recipes|0 Comments

Vegetable Garden Medley in an End of August Omelet

It's Labor Day weekend, and the summer is coming to an end. The sky has begun to turn that deep blue at the end of the season. The morning air is clear and crisp and cool like the first bite of a perfect apple. Everywhere the signs of abundant harvest and turning seasons greet the eye. Thistledown puffs float in the wind, scudding up the slope on gentle gusts of [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:06-07:00August 31st, 2014|Recipes|0 Comments

Healthy Breakfast Burrito Recipe With Homemade Tortillas – YUM!

This year I've finally gotten the whole “soaked grains thing” down. We've been getting our raw pastured milk now for going on three years, and after mastering the art of whey making and an extensive exploration into fermented goodies like pickles, sauerkraut and carrots and ginger (my personal fave) it was time to get serious about soaking grains. Now, I had done the “beans thing” - in fact I've been [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:07-07:00March 5th, 2014|Recipes|0 Comments

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe – A Winter Soup to Warm Your Soul

Some people just cannot stand winter. The dark, the cold, the endless dreary grey skies... They all combine to just be more than these people can manage and so they plan get-aways, go south for the season, or relocate permanently to places where winter never comes. Not me. Oh, I've lived a good portion of my life where winter never comes, but I grew weary of the season-lessness of it [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:07-07:00March 2nd, 2014|Recipes|0 Comments

Look Younger and Live Longer with this Fall Harvest Juice

This must be one of the best tasting juices we've ever created, and it's super good for you! The grapes and green apples work really well together, the cucumber makes it light, and the kale and celery give it some bitter overtones. We didn't add any carrots to this one to keep it an all-green juice, and not lose that refreshing tart-bitter flavor. Juice Recipe   Look Younger Live Longer [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:07-07:00October 11th, 2013|Juicing, Recipes|0 Comments

Trouble Sleeping? Try Hop Juice!

Hop Juice?? As in Juicing Hops?! My husband harvested the flowers from our hops plant yesterday, he uses them for his home brewed beers. He had set them out to dry on our kitchen table, and the wonderful floral aroma of those hops filled the entire kitchen. I was making juice that consisted mainly of cucumbers (we have a ton of those in our garden right now), and was trying [...]

By |2018-08-31T18:16:08-07:00September 16th, 2013|Juicing, Recipes|4 Comments

Homemade Raw Milk Ice Cream Recipe

Homemade Raw Milk Ice Cream topped with Strawberries, Blueberries, and Coconut Flakes There is nothing like homemade cold creamy raw milk ice cream to beat back a hot summer afternoon or top off a wonderful light summer supper. So delicious and so healthy! This is truly a homemade ice cream recipe, we use most of the ingredients in their raw form and from local sources. We use [...]

By |2018-12-07T09:16:32-08:00August 10th, 2013|Recipes|0 Comments

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