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A Recipe: Minimalist Roast Chicken

Easy roast chicken, using the most minimal of ingredients and techniques, has found its way into our kitchen more than once in the past month.  When time is limited, as it has been for our family lately, nourishing foods become ever more important, and while we strive our best to eat well and to celebrate… 

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A Recipe: Melted Apricots with Fresh Raspberries

I like my desserts simple. So simple that it almost pains me to share them – as though you might read this post and think to yourself, “Apricots, butter, cinnamon and raspberries? Really?  That’s all? Man, I could have figured that out!” What can I say, I like simple food.  The summer season is in… 

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Baby, I like It Raw: Mark McAfee Talks Raw Milk on Sickly Cat

If you’ve read Nourished Kitchen for any length of time, you know how I love to drink my milk raw, fresh and full of fat.  You’ve heard me wax poetic about my love of fresh cream and outline the reasons my family drinks raw milk, so when John Byrd of Sickly Cat emailed me with… 

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Recipe: Homemade Orange Creamsicles

Creamsicles.  Don’t you love them?  I mean, really now, how can you not adore them in all their icy, creamy glory.  And when you taste homemade creamsicle, you’ll never miss the prepackaged, boxed versions. The other day, my son and I were resting on the soft grass in our front lawn, gazing at the clouds… 

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A Recipe: Homemade Horseradish

Homemade horseradish found its way to our table this week, and it’s hot – painfully hot, pleasurably hot, perfectly hot. When fresh horseradish root appears at market, which is rarely, I fight my way to it – elbowing into the stand before the other Weston A Price Foundation and fermentation enthusiasts in my community can… 

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A Recipe: Fresh Herb Frittata

Herb Fritattas, fluffy and light, are remarkably versatile and when hens in the valley are producing at their height and the farmers market is chugging along, we often find four dozen (or more!) eggs in the kitchen each week.  And, as the season progresses, that number dwindles until the darkest days of winter when we’ve… 

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