Traditional Tuesdays


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This week’s top picks were chosen by KerryAnn of Cooking Traditional Foods.

First up, we have Chickens in Town… Why Not? by Diary of a Small Town Earth Muffin.  As someone who keeps chickens in the city, it’s great to see kids excited about keeping chickens! My children love their chickens and they’re an awesome 4H project.  It’s also good to see the next generation of real food bloggers getting an early start.  🙂


Next up, Real Food, Real Deals shares how you can save a lot of money by making just a few foods at home in Annemarie’s post, How Much Money Can You Save By Making Food Yourself? Years ago, I discovered how much money I was able to save by making basic foods at home, and it’s been a huge help to the budget over the years.


Finally, Laureen at Fox in the Kitchen shares a Kohlrabi Mango Mint Salad that looks tasty. I enjoy kohlrabi, so I’ll be trying this salad soon.  I’ll admit the blueberries in the picture caught my eye.


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  1. Heather@DiaryofaSmallTownEarthMuffin says:

    Thanks for hosting! I left the recipe for Hamburger Ratatouille, and the post about the GAPS diet-

  2. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of tasty and delicious
    Healthy Peanutty Cookies!
    Here’s the link:


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