Why I’m a Member of the Weston A. Price Foundation

For my family, our focus on foods extends beyond the meals I cook at home and beyond the support of local and regional farmers, to supporting a broader movement.  For the past several years, my family has belonged to the Weston A Price Foundation, a nonprofit organization devoted to restoring the place of nutrient-dense, traditional foods… 

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Nourished Kitchen: Farm-to-Table Recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle

Today’s the Day!

It’s hard to believe it, but today my first cookbook – The Nourished Kitchen was published.  After two years of travel to sustainable farms across the country, of thumbing through antique cookbooks and antebellum journals, of testing recipes, and of mountains of dishes, The Nourished Kitchen is finally and resolutely here. It’s exciting to share my joy… 

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Download an 8-Recipe Sample Menu from My New Cookbook

  I’m so excited to share something special with you today! I spent the better part of the morning in quiet, and then a knock on the door and 5 boxes full packed tightly with copies of my cookbook – The Nourished Kitchen stood on my doorstep.  I brought them in, away from today’s snow, ready to… 

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The Nourished Kitchen

A Look Inside The Nourished Kitchen

The last few weeks have flown by with visits from friends, and work on The Nourished Kitchen, which is available for preorder now.   And today, I wanted to take the time to share with you some of my favorite images from The Nourished Kitchen – like a little peek inside the cookbook that’s set to arrive in… 

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One Simple Change

One Simple Change: Surprisingly Easy Ways to Transform Your Life

A few weeks ago, a little package arrived at the post office for me: One Simple Change – a new book by my friend Winnie Abramson of Healthy Green Kitchen.  I’ve read Winnie’s site for a number of years now, reveling in her simple approach to wholesome, natural foods, and eagerly awaited the arrival of One… 

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Apples and Pears on a Window Sill

Vitamix Winner!

This month Nourished Kitchen hosted a reader survey, and we gave away a Vitamix Blender!  I wanted to let y’all know that we’ve selected the winner through, and it is entry number 1997 – B. Wickett!  If you are B. Wickett, please email with your mailing address by next Monday, December 9 at… 

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How Small Farms are Saving Olive Oil

Nestled against the sun-drenched slopes of the Veneto region of northern Italy exists a group of small, organic growers committed to preserving groves of ancient Roman olives.  While olive oil production is changing to meet a new, industrialized era that dismisses heirloom varieties and favors mechanized harvests, these growers whose land hovers between 2 and… 

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Ebook Bundle

Get 30 Real Food and Wellness Ebooks for $39.

Thirty authors of some of the best books on real food and wellness have come together for an amazing event – one that lasts only until September 10th.  They’ve compiled all 30 of their e-books into one massive bundle.  Priced individually, the ebooks would cost you $650 – but you can purchase them now together… 

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Joel Salatin

Let’s Meet Up at Polyface this September

Last September, we packed our bags and headed east to the verdant hills of the Shenandoah Valley to visit Polyface Farms in Swoope, Virginia for the Farm-to-consumer Legal Defense Fund‘s annual fundraiser.  Visiting Polyface, the home of the iconic farmer and advocate for sustainable, localized food production Joel Salatin, had been a long-held dream of… 

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