Real Food Link Love: November 2011

by Ann Marie Michaels on November 25, 2011

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It’s time to make the rounds of my favorite blogs and share with you wonderful reads and delectable recipes that I’ve enjoyed lately.

Real Food Link Love

Head on over to Nourished Kitchen for a bite of a time-honored culinary tradition: Visions of Sugar Plums: An Old-world Recipe.

Jenny also shares a recipe for Bûche de Noël (Grain-free, Gluten-free Holiday Cake). The Bûche de Noël is a holiday tradition in our family. I am going to modify this and make it with honey or date sugar and coconut milk so my husband can enjoy this Christmas.

Are you grain-free and craving cereal? Brenda of Well Fed Homestead has got a winner in her Cranberry Apple Grain Free Granola concoction.

Kendahl of Our Nourishing Roots whips up a fabulous holiday party hors d’oeuvres: Smoked Salmon & Herb Cheese Pinwheels — the goodness of velvety cheese and salmon swirled together.

And if you are looking for the perfect grain-free holiday cupcake, Kendahl has therecipe. Try her Butternut Cupcakes with Cardamom Buttercream. Yummy!

Lastly, if you don’t know about the Raw Milk Institute yet, head over to Kelly The Kitchen Kop: They May Be Coming After You Next: Why We Need the New Raw Milk Institute.

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Meagan November 25, 2011 at 9:52 AM

I have been making Buche de Noel for a couple years now, took over the responsibility from my Mom who used to be responsible for making it. Last year I made step by step photos of each step in the process. I will be posting it up come mid-December. The photo shoot ended with me accidentally tipping over the tripod WITH my camera on it :( the lens got dented in a bit… but we sent it to Canon and they fixed it! Praise the Lord! If or when I get a DSLR I will definitely be getting a GOOD tripod. HAHA.

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Meagan December 23, 2011 at 7:59 AM

My post about Yule log is up!

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Mary December 12, 2011 at 2:36 PM

I need to try the Bûche de Noël recipe that Jenny posted, it look so delicious. Thanks for the share.

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