Traditional Foods for Christmas

I just filled up my enormous stock pot (which btw was a christmas gift from Nene a few years ago….thanks again nene! it gets used A LOT), with chicken bones to cook up some broth.  While doing this I was thinking about my friend, KerryAnn (ok, yes an INTERNET friend…but i HAVE talked to her on the phone before…that counts for something right?).  She really does a great service to those of us “menu-planning challenged” individuals, as well as being so available on her forum to hold your hand & walk you through learning to navigate these ‘forgotten roads’ of cooking from scratch (& makes all her recipes easily converted to gfcf to boot) & all things “natural living”.  I was already a “TF”-er (traditional food…er)  before I stumbled on her site, but in the past year of lurking around that forum I have learned & implemented so much more than I ever would have thought.  Anyhow, I just wanted to give a little “shout-out” to KerryAnn & let you know that she just completed a recipe book that would make a great gift for any “weirdo-health nuts” on your christmas lists (whether a “newbie” or an old-time veteran).

Menu Mailer Volume One Favorites
This 134-page, spiral-bound book contains 16 Mailers from Volume One that were customer favorites.  There are four mailers for each season.

Happy Cooking!

One thought on “Traditional Foods for Christmas

  1. Oooooh thanks! I’m going to look into this. I’m still pretty new to traditional foods. I’ve been trying to transition us to the WP stuff for awhile and even have the Nourishing Traditions cookbook but it is very slow going over here. I finally made my own chicken stock about 2 weeks ago. Yay me!