Food Stamp Challenge: $227

The Challenge The challenge is simple, but difficult too: in October, maintain a foodstamp budget while feeding your family wholesome, nourishing and unrefined foods. Due to … [Read more...]

Cookery Made Plain & Easy – An 18th Century Supper

"I Believe I have attempted a branch of Cookery, which nobody has yet though worth their while to write upon ... If I have not wrote in the high polite style, I hope I shall be … [Read more...]

How to Encourage Your Children to Enjoy Fruits & Vegetables

The question comes up more than you know -  countless emails flood my inbox from mothers wondering exactly the same thing: How do I get my kids to eat vegetables? I struggle in my … [Read more...]

Traditional Foods in a Nutshell

The last few days, Nourished Kitchen has experienced a spike in readership, and I want to welcome all those new readers to the site with a back-to-basics approach to Traditional … [Read more...]

Nourishing Beef Burgundy

It's starting to get cold out - stormy and chilly all afternoon - and the aspens are turning gold again.   When summer turns to autumn, my thoughts turn to comfort food: meatloaf, … [Read more...]

Slow-roasted Duck with Spiced Sour Cherry Sauce

Elegant, nourishing and easy to prepare, slow-roasted duck with sour cherry sauce is one of those simple dishes that can speak volumes.   A good, local, pasture-fed duck is a hard … [Read more...]

3 Unconventional Ways to Fight the Flu

Cold and flu season has already hit - and it seems early.   My coworkers have been sniffling, sneezing and hacking their way through the workday since late last week.   And while … [Read more...]

Chilled Melon Soup

While fresh fruit makes it to our table for dessert often, sometimes we appreciate a hint of variety, and that's precisely what this chilled melon soup provides.   Melon - we use … [Read more...]