Three Little Known Benefits of Thai Soups

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Healthy Lifestyle, Product Reviews, Real Food, Recipes, Soups, Tips, Travel3 Comments

Unless you’re from Thailand, you’re probably unaware of the many benefits of Thai soups. In fact, I’m going to guess you can only name, at most, two Thai soups – tom yum (a hot and sour soup) and tom kha gai (a coconut chicken soup with galangal). Am I right? These are the only Thai soups I could name myself … Read More

Nourishing Mushroom Soup Recipe

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Nourishing Mushroom Soup Recipe

Today, I am excited to share this delicious mushroom soup recipe from Benjamin Smith of theonlinegrill.com.  I love soup and this recipe is legit!!  Give it a try! I’ve had an odd history with mushrooms. For too long I completely neglected the magic white stuff. I often thought of it as flavorless and as filler food. But boy was I wrong! … 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

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

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Nourishing Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

Once fall starts approaching, the weather starts cooling and leaves start falling, my family begins to crave soups. Nourishing, warm soups made with fresh ingredients and plenty of bone broth. My daughter’s ultimate favorite soup is butternut squash. She could eat this almost every day. I always make a different recipe as I haven’t found one I really love…until now. … 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

Autumn Beef Stew with Pumpkin

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Autumn Beef Stew with Pumpkin. A nourishing, deliciously hearty real food meal that will warm you from the inside out.

We love beef stew in the fall, especially on a cool, rainy autumn night.  There is something hearty, nourishing and warming about a nice, steaming mug of stew. It took me awhile to find a ‘go to’ recipe for stew.  I tried so many different recipes out there but never really loved any of them. Then, I stumbled upon a … Read More

Everything You Need to Know About the Benefits of Bone Broth!

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The Many Benefits of Bone Broth - www.ohlardy.com

If your grandmother or great grandmother ever used chicken soup as medicine she wasn’t just using an old wives tale.  True chicken soup can be medicine! We have become used to our soups and broths coming in a can or carton from the grocery store, full of chemicals, flavorings and, oftentimes, MSG.  This is not real food, folks. Chicken soup … 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

What’s the Deal with Winter Squash? and a bunch of delicious recipes!

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Beverages, Desserts, Entrees, Real Food, Recipes, Side Dishes, Snacks and Appetizers, Soups2 Comments

Fall and winter bring the onset of winter squash. At my grocery store, I am starting to see all sorts of weird, bumpy squashes for sale. My CSA has been full of them too! I have 3 acorn squash and one spaghetti squash sitting on my kitchen counter. The great thing about winter squash, however, is that they last a … Read More

Beef and Bean Chili with Chicken Liver

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Beef and Bean Chili with a Surprise Ingredient - www.ohlardy.com

Liver…Yikes!  Just the thought of eating it makes me squeamish.  Yet, organ meats like liver are some of the most nutrient dense animal foods around.  They have been used in traditional diets for thousands of years, yet we have dismissed them in our society. I have had a package of frozen chicken livers (from pastured chickens, of course) in my … Read More

Everything You Need to Know About the Benefits of Bone Broth!

Tamara MannellyAll Articles, Real Food, Recipes, Soups14 Comments

The Many Benefits of Bone Broth - www.ohlardy.com

If your grandmother or great grandmother ever used chicken soup as medicine she wasn’t just using an old wives tale.  True chicken soup can be medicine! We have become used to our soups and broths coming in a can or carton from the grocery store, full of chemicals, flavorings and, oftentimes, MSG.  This is not real food, folks. Chicken soup … Read More

Easy Crockpot Chicken Bone Broth

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Easy Crockpot Chicken Bone Broth - www.ohlardy.com

In Traditional Food circles you hear a lot about ‘bone broth’.  That term can throw people off a bit and sound ‘yucky’ to the uninitiated!  Instead of bone broth, think of chicken broth…that doesn’t sound so bad, huh? Chicken broth (and beef broth) made properly (with bones from, preferably, a pastured chicken) can be delicious and a nutritional powerhouse.  The … Read More

Homemade Bone Broth – A Lost Art

Kelly ListonAll Articles, Real Food, Recipes, Soups72 Comments

In Traditional Societies all around the world, bone broth was a common kitchen staple not only because cultures wanted to use every bit of an animal, but also because broths are a nutritional powerhouse, full of minerals and micronutrients essential for good health.  These days, when people think of broth, they think of the carton on the shelf at the … Read More