Fermented Salsa Recipe

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Dressings, sauces and dips, Fermenting, Ferments, Recipes, Side Dishes, Snacks and Appetizers1 Comment

Fermented Salsa Recipe

My family loves chips and salsa…like seriously has a problem and can eat a whole bowl!  I decided to ferment some fresh salsa to bring all of the benefits of fermented food to our taco nights!  I could add some real sour cream, fermented jalapenos, fermented garlic and wow!  I have probiotic rich toppings for tacos, burritos, nachos and more. … Read More

Kids Kitchen: How to Make Whipped Cream

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I love whipped cream!  Whipped cream on pie, ice cream, hot chocolate, even just for dipping berries!  But I will not eat the whipped cream that comes in that gross aerosol can or that fake ‘whipped topping’.  And guess what, it is easy to learn how to make whipped cream at home using nourishing ingredients! Many of the ones in the … Read More

Why You Should Supplement with Collagen – 10 Amazing Health Benefits

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Why You Should Supplement with Collagen - www.ohlardy.com

Supplement with Collagen At Oh Lardy, you know we love our bone broth!  It is full of healing collagen, gelatin, minerals and has so many benefits for the body.  We love to drink it like a tea, add it to sauces and stir fries, make soups, even use it in pancake mixes (yes, I have done that!!).   Because of … Read More

Baked Feta Cheese Recipe

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Traveling throughout Greece was wonderful on many levels.  But a highlight was the food.  Everything was so fresh, simply prepared, delicious.  Like a simple Greek Salad, this baked feta cheese recipe is sure to delight! I will be honest that feta is not my favorite cheese.  I will eat it but never would choose it on its own.  But, one … Read More

Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Spread

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Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Spread - with superfoods - www.ohlardy.com

Chocolate and peanut butter are a divine combination, no? I LOVE them together. My daughter, oddly, does not enjoy the combo…so guess who eats all of her Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups on Halloween? ME! I came up with this easy chocolate peanut butter spread when I wanted to satisfy my craving but not reach for a candy bar. I needed … Read More

A Real Food Thanksgiving Recipes Roundup

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Beverages, Desserts, Dressings, sauces and dips, Entrees, Ferments, Recipes, Side Dishes, Soups4 Comments

Can you believe turkey day is right around the corner?  Where has time gone??? I am beginning to plan my menu and have been looking around for new and exciting Thanksgiving recipes.  And, sure enough, some of my favorite bloggers have come through with some pretty cool dishes.   And without further ado…here they are! Side Dishes: Acorn Squash Custard … Read More

Homemade Cheese Sauce

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Homemade cheese sauce, made from four simple ingredients, can be an amazing addition to your cooking skills.  I mean, come on, what CAN’T you put cheese sauce on?  In our house, cheese sauce is most often used for macaroni and cheese.   Making your own cheese sauce doesn’t need to be so scary.  As long as you follow a few … Read More

Make Your Own Green Powder

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Beverages, Dressings, sauces and dips, Healthy Lifestyle, Recipes, Snacks and Appetizers, Soups7 Comments

Is your garden overflowing with leafy greens?  Do you have extra CSA or Farmer’s Market greens withering away in your fridge?  I can answer yes to both of these questions!  I hate wasting food, especially precious locally grown, organic produce!   But sometimes, enough is enough!  I can only cook and juice so many greens! What can you do to … Read More

Real Food Fourth of July BBQ Ideas

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fourth of july bbq

What are you doing for the Fourth of July this summer?  Going to a barbecue?  Want to change it up this year and bring a dish with REAL ingredients?  I have put together a round up of great real food Fourth of July BBQ ideas from some of my favorite bloggers!   Drinks Strawberry Basil Lemonade from The Organic Kitchen Homemade Flavored … Read More

Spicy Radish Pesto

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I love a good pesto.  There is something so comforting about the spicy garlic, the salty parmesan and the delicious olive oil.  Today, our friend Ashlee, from The Crunchy Moose, is sharing her amazing recipe for Spicy Radish Green Pesto!  It is so delicious!  And it is perfect for this time of the year, when fresh basil is difficult to … Read More

Chocolate: Health Food for the Soul – 40 Real Food Chocolate Recipes

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Chocolate is the only ingredient that is its very own food group. Well not really—but it seems as if it should be. Powerfully comforting, creamy, delicious—many people eat chocolate at least several times a week. Which begs the question… Is Chocolate Good for You? The answer is both yes and no. There are many health benefits of chocolate.  Chocolate has … Read More

Flu Busting Echinacea and Elderberry Syrup

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Dressings, sauces and dips, Healthy Lifestyle, Recipes25 Comments

It is that time of the year…time for sniffles, coughs, colds and the flu. I have been using a variation of this syrup for the past couple of winters now and we have stayed healthy and our immune systems have been strong. Granted, we eat a nutrient dense diet full of nourishing foods: clean proteins, healthy fats, bone broths and … Read More