What is your biggest challenge in getting your family to eat traditional foods? Why?
What topics would you like to see us cover on the blog? [Read more…] about My Biggest Challenge….
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[boilerplate plate = “ttrules” search = “replace” usequery=”anything”] [Read more…] about Traditional Tuesday: Nutritious and Delicious!
Our giveaway for the Back to Basics eBook ends tonight. This book is 304 pages of Traditional Foods info and recipes, in an easy to follow format. Enter here!
Cooking Traditional Foods will be a vendor at the Ingles Market Gluten-Free Fair. Over 50 national brands, such as Bob’s Red Mill, Earthbound Farms and Enjoy Life, will be present along with many local vendors. All will be sampling and selling gluten-free food, books and more. In addition to the food vendors, there will be companies that support a gluten-free lifestyle, including book authors, gluten-free personal care, local conventional and alternative care providers. There will also be speakers, panel discussions, presentations and more. Come join us!
If you’re in the area, please drop by and say hello. We will be selling a variety of cookbooks, CDs, Menu Mailers and other items, including some new items that haven’t debuted on the website yet.
When: Saturday, April 30, 11am-2pm
Where: Doubletree Hotel- Biltmore
115 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, NC [Read more…] about Ingles Market Gluten-Free Fair
You know if anyone is going to get sick, it’s going to happen at 5:01pm on the eve of a three-day holiday weekend packed full of activities, right?
This is one of those weekends.
Jeff started hurting on Monday. It appeared to be his yearly winter-to-spring-season-change-can-the-pollen-get-any-worse sinus infection. One side of his face, above the top teeth. The pain got more and more intense to the point it was keeping him awake and he’d pace the floor. The pain would radiate. He couldn’t concentrate. He was missing work- a red flag for knowing he’s in seriously bad shape. This was looking bad since Jeff was scheduled to be in the Easter Cantata on Sunday and had final rehearsals on Saturday.
Come Friday he woke up and the roof of his mouth was bulging. It was the most unreal thing I had seen in a long time. We knew at that point that it was a dental abscess. On the outside of his gums, above his top teeth by his nose was a teeny, tiny white dot, the size of the period at the end of this sentence. So teeny it was very easy to miss. The outside of his face was swollen up to his eye. He couldn’t smile or move that side of his face. [Read more…] about How I Convinced My Husband To Use a Mud Pack
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