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Spreading Oaks Farms Has Happy Cows!

Remember that sinking feeling that came after watching Food, Inc. or reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma  or whatever it was that first crushed your vision of what American farms look like?  For me, it felt similar to the disappointment of learning that there’s no Santa Claus….what??? I may never fully recover from the Big Fat Santa Claus lie (yeah, I’m talkin’ […]

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Hey chowstalker, where’s the new recipes???

As some of you know, we have been working on a new version of Chowstalker and Dessertstalker, but the process has been rather slow lately.   With our traffic almost tripling since last December and well over 6000 recipes, it seems we have outgrown our current hosting service and EVERYTHING including the review and publishing of submissions to […]

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My Whole30 Recap

For the 2nd time this year, Ron and I participated in the Whole30 program.  We started a month before the official August 1st start date because we knew that the month of August would involve some (ours!) birthday celebrations.  We actually ended up eating “on plan” 56 of the 60 days, and 48 days straight. […]

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Salmon Seaweed Curry

I recently used up the package of dulse flakes that had taken up permanent residence in our pantry.  I’m embarrassed to say that I  purchased that seaweed back when we were members of the Life Grocery Coop in Marietta, and that was back when I worked off of Powers Ferry Road when I could make a quick […]

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Quick and Easy Liverwurst

I love beef liver and I love chicken liver but until we purchased ½ a hog, I had not knowingly had pork liver.  I was sure that I would like it, but boy, was I wrong.  I cooked a small portion of it the same way I often cook beef liver (quickly fried with some […]

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Braised Beef Cheeks – Paleo Style

This is my second attempt at cooking beef cheeks and even though the recipe still needs a bit of tweaking I think it’s close enough to deserve a post, especially considering that beef cheeks are not readily available.  And if everyone discovers how delicious they are I might not get another chance to try them! […]

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New e-book: 30 Day Intro to Paleo

  Have you or someone you know tried to follow a Paleo plan for 30 days only to throw in the towel after a week or two?  I know I certainly had that experience when I first tried to “go paleo”.  When hunger hits and grabbing a sandwich or ordering a pizza is no longer an option…what […]

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Crispy Paleo (Gluten-free) Chicken Thighs

One of the many things I love most about U.S. Wellness Meats is that you’d be hard pressed to go to their website and not find them out of stock on something.  What?  How is that a good thing?  Well let me tell ya…that’s a good thing because in order to always be in stock […]

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Book Review: Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

It was a true honor to have recently received an advanced copy of Diane Sanfilippo’s new book, “Practical Paleo“.  And the minute that I held it in my hands, I knew that doing a review was going to take some time due to the 400+ pages of information, charts, graphics, recipes, stunning photos and illustrations. […]

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Roasted White Tomato and Tomatillo Salsa

It’s that time of the year where it’s a challenge to keep up with the produce from the garden, and where just about every meal is based on what’s about to go bad!  And for more reasons that one, this year has been a bit more challenging: First, we finally have a wonderful farmer’s market […]

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“I’m finally here!!”

Back when Ron and I sold heirloom tomatoes at The Marietta Square Farmer’s Market, we had some very loyal customers.  The youngest and most adorable was a 10 year old girl who was quite certain she would grow up to be a famous chef.  She was petite for her age, with long dark brown hair. […]

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