Making wood fired pizza in the Fourneau oven revolutionized my life. Making pizza at home is a hassle, but with the new Fourneau oven, it’s easy.
My mom’s Christmas fudge was my very favorite Christmas treat from my childhood. When I asked my mom for the recipe, she said, “It’s on the back of the jar!” She was referring to the jar of marshmallow fluff. As much as I was craving my mom’s Christmas fudge, I didn’t want to make it with the store-bought fluff.
Can hot cocoa with whipped cream be nutritious and still taste great? Absolutely — if you’re using whole, raw milk from grass-fed cows and raw grass-fed cream.
We went snowshoeing the other weekend in Sun Valley and it was so great to sit in the lodge and have some hot cocoa with whipped cream. Unfortunately, we were probably drinking something like Carnation Hot Chocolate.
This recipe for latkes (or potato pancakes) is from Bubbe, Kate’s grandmother. It’s an everyday food at Jewish delis (I love it with my salami and eggs) but it’s also very traditional for Hanukkah.
Hanukkah, also called the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish holiday. This year it begins on December 1st this year. I’m excited because we are flying to New York to see Bubbe and Papa for Bubbe’s 70th birthday party. For the first time, we get to celebrate Hanukkah with Bubbe and Papa.
Everyone wants to know how to save money on real food — it’s the most common question I get. In fact, one of the biggest objections I hear about eating real food (natural and organic food, traditionally prepared), is that it’s too expensive.
But the truth is, cooking real food really isn’t expensive when you know how to do it. There are so many ways to save!
Here are my top 10 ways to save money on real food. Not all of these tips will work for everyone, but hopefully you will find some things that will be of value to you.