Tuesday, July 26, 2011

My Kitchen (and me) Are Being Featured on Cheeseslave Today!


Cheeseslave is a fantastic blog about REAL FOOD. Real food means what it says...real butter, raw milk, organic meats and produce, traditional cooking....food that nourishes. Nothing that says 'light' and nothing that has been processed to resemble something 'like' real food. Eating the way your healthy, robust, cancer-free, heart-disease-free ancestors did. As most of you must know by now, that's the way we've been eating since reading Sally Fallon's book Nourishing Traditions.

Ann Marie from Cheeseslave likes to share the kitchens of fellow real food enthusiasts once in a while, and I'm so happy she has chosen mine to be featured today!

Hop on over HERE to have a look if you're curious! I hope you will not only enjoy having a peek at my kitchen, but that you will stick around and browse the awesome recipes and fascinating information that fills Ann Marie's blog.

12 comments:

  1. I love what I see here!
    Off to check it out!

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  2. Oh, Congratulations to you....Love the pictures...We are Raw Milk drinkers...Well my family is..I don't drink milk...It's a whole childhood thing... : )

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  3. Can't wait to hop on over! xoxo

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  4. I just read your kitchen tour! I loved it Dawn! Maybe you can give us a whole home tour some day? xox

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  5. PS. can you tell me more about coconut oil? Do you cook (fry/sautee) with it or just drizzle? Does it lose it's benefits if you cook with it?

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  6. I will go & have a look now...but wanted to tell you that you look so darned beautiful Dawn! xoxo

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  7. How gorgeous you look, Dawn!! And your kitchen is fabulous!! It looks like it should be in a magazine!! Oh, Raffi's mom is doing so well!! Sending you lots of love! Hugs, Sherry xx

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  8. Oh Dawn you are so beautiful!!! And I love...love...love your kitchen! How amazing! Who wouldn't just lvoe to have one that looks like that???

    Blessings...
    xoxo Gert

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  9. You're all making my day with these lovely comments!! Thank you!

    Johanna: The benefits of Extra Virgin Coconut oil are amazing. One great thing about it is that it can stand really high temperatures, so it's perfect for frying and baking.
    We eat a tablespoon of it, raw, just like that, every morning. If you don't like that, try adding the tablespoon to your tea, coffee, or milk. Or fry an egg in it! So yummy! I learned a lot about the benefits of coconut oil by googling it, but also through the book 'Eat Fat, Lose Fat' by Sally Fallon.

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  10. Such a beautiful kitchen! I love the farmhouse sink, Boston & Kiki's feeding station, and all the little whimsical items like the wooden pig chopping board and chicken egg coop ~ they are adorable :-). Tasha Tudor, Susan Branch, and Gladys Taber are favourites of mine too & my daughter bought me "The Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook" yesterday ♥ I so enjoy stopping by your blog Dawn.

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