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Traditional Tuesdays

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This week, KerryAnn of Cooking Traditional Foods is choosing the top pics.

There were so many great posts last week that it was really hard to choose! Many thanks to each of you who enter your links week after week, you’re what makes Traditional Tuesdays so great.

In September, I hear the annual wail of “What do I put in the luncbox?!?” Fox in the Kitchen has a great post about On-The-Go Gluten-Free Lunch and Snack Ideas with a lot of good ideas to answer the lunchbox question. Plenty of links and recipes here to keep those lunchboxes full for many weeks to come.

 

Next up, we have a second lunchbox post. Authentic Simplicity has a great post on Easy Protein-Rich Snacks. Having protein in a snack is critical to keeping bellies full and happy and preventing blood sugar (and behavior) swings in both small folks and big folks. This post has plenty of ideas.

 

Finally, Simply Homemaking has a great tutorial on how to Make Your Own Crushed Red Pepper. I recently priced this at the grocery store and I was quite surprised to find out how expensive it is. It’s really easy to make at home.


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  1. Thanks for hosting again 🙂 I’ve shared my experience (and a recipe) for figuring out what to do with some adorably little Patty Pan Squash. Have a great week everyone!

  2. Foy Update says:

    I’m sharing how I juice grapes for jelly making and then the side by side comparison of Low Sugar Pectin vs. the Traditional Pectin I did with that grape juice.

    Thanks for hosting!

    We also host a blog hop called Eat Make Grow and are always looking for quality bloggers to submit their links.

    Stop on by if you get the chance:
    http://foyupdate.blogspot.com/search?q=eat+make+grow&max-results=20&by-date=true

    Foy

  3. Thanks for hosting! We grow Cayenne Peppers every year for my dh’s crushed red pepper. I keep a separate coffee grinder just grinding them and the other spices we use.

    I shared 2 posts this week from my 2 blogs, one focusing on our food priorities with our current budget, and the other a recipe for coconut flour pancakes that I made with my kids as part of our Cooking with Kids series.

  4. I had an AMAZING broccoli salad at a company BBQ so I shared my copy-cat rendition – delicious! It’s sweet enough for kids, and healthy for moms. Also a great make-ahead and a pot-luck favorite!!

    http://dontwastethecrumbs.com/2012/09/yummy-recipe-broccoli-salad/
    Also shared a tutorial for making your own milk kefir (if anyone isn’t brave enough to try your water kefir yet!). You can save over $50 by making it yourself!!

    http://dontwastethecrumbs.com/2012/09/step-by-step-how-to-make-kefir-and-faq/

    Finally (it was a busy week), did some research on nitrates after we bought some bacon. It was interesting to get down to what is REALLY in these foods.

    I had an AMAZING broccoli salad at a company BBQ so I shared my copy-cat rendition – delicious! It’s sweet enough for kids, and healthy for moms. Also a great make-ahead and a pot-luck favorite!!
    http://dontwastethecrumbs.com/2012/09/yummy-recipe-broccoli-salad/
    Also shared a tutorial for making your own milk kefir (if anyone isn’t brave enough to try your water kefir yet!). You can save over $50 by making it yourself!!

    http://dontwastethecrumbs.com/2012/09/nitrates-the-good-the-bad-the-truth/

  5. I’m sharing my Yogurt & Fruit Parfait this week!

    http://thecoconutmama.com/2012/09/yogurt-fruit-parfait/

    Thanks for hosting!

    ~ Tiffany @ The Coconut Mama

  6. Hi KerryAnn,

    Thank you for choosing to highlight my On-The-Go Gluten Free Lunch and Snack Ideas post! It looks like you’ve got some more great recipes and ideas linked up again this week…time for me to browse through them 🙂

    Blessings
    Laureen

  7. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of tasty and delicious
    Healthy Pumpkin Cookies!

    Here’s the link:
    http://www.momessentials.net/jennis-favorite-healthy-pumpkin-cookies/

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