Saturday Morning Breakfast: Flaugnarde

It’s pronounced like this: (flow-NYARD) [sc_embed_player fileurl=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/pteblog/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/forvo_fr_882596.mp3″] I promise this dish really isn’t as stuffy as its pronunciation makes it out to be. In fact, it

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Stacy

Fish on a Budget

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Cultured Butter

I got a cheese making kit in the mail a few weeks ago, which I was so excited to rifle through and examine. I love

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Spicy Almond Sauce

I swap dinner with a neighbor two nights a week.  Monday and Wednesday I cook.  Tuesday and Thursday I eat bon bons and paint my

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Frog Egg Pudding

I wrote an article for a local food magazine, Edible Wasatch, about summer popsicles. As it turns out, the Frog Egg Popsicle recipe makes a

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Healthy 5-Layer Bars

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Real Ketchup

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Grain-Free Granola

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Buttered Enchilada Sauce

I love everything about enchiladas. The cheese, the tortillas, the spice, the sauce… that brick red, tomatoey, heavy-on-the-cumin-and-chili sauce. But, to the best of my

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A Vacation for Cooking

Sometimes I think of vacation as time away from things–a vacation from laundry, from changing diapers, from mopping floors. Among the things that some folks might

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Shannon

Mexican Meatloaf

There is this little dance my husband and I do every time I decide to make meatloaf. It started back when I could purchase grass-fed

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No Sugar Cookie Roundup

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Easy Peasy Split Pea Soup

Simple soups like this earthy green pot are as pure and artisan as nourishment gets. For generations soups like these have fed large families, large

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Mess of Greens

Lyndall “Granny” Toothman grew up in Appalachia. Her family didn’t have a lot of money. She remembers Christmas dinners as a child when everyone dined

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Breakfast Comfort Food

In college my roommates and I had a tradition of throwing a semi-annual potluck breakfast.  We always made my roommate’s grandma’s breakfast casserole and assigned

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Sweet Potato Linguini

One of my dearest friends created a book chock full of amazing recipes and brilliant health advice.  She shared this recipe from her book for

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Scottish Oat Cakes

I love simple recipes that I can easily incorporate into my routine.  Growing up, my best friend’s  dad could make two things, these biscuits and

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Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice

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Whatzat? Tzatziki!!

I learned this recipe from Jennifer at Sewn Natural Studios and have been making it to use up excess garden produce ever since.  If you

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Making Beet Kvass

When you read Nourishing Traditions you can be overwhelmed with it all. There’s just a lot of crazy stuff in there, if you’re the average

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