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The Wednesday Fresh Foods Link Up #56

Happy Wednesday my loves!
 
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I’m back from England now. It was wonderful to visit John’s parents and to see the town where he grew up. Can you believe we’ve been together over 5 years and I’d never been there?? We ended up spending most of our time in pubs because it was raining the entire time… But I guess that’s what they do there. When in Rome! Err… England!I’ve made a slight change to the link up. I’ve decided to change it from allowing only 3 links to as many as you like as long as:A. You haven’t shared them here before.
B. They fit with the link ups mission.

Fun! So share your posts with us, be sure to visit some of the other linkers and let’s support each other! It’s always nice to know someone thinks we’re doing a good job!

Don’t forget about the Fresh Foods Wednesday Pinterest board – you’re all welcome to help promote your posts by pininng what you share here. Just send me an email and ask to be invited!   

You can also Tweetyour weekly link-up contributions with the hashtag #FreshFoodsWednesday and/or share your contributions on the Gastronomical Sovereignty Facebook Page and receive some extra publicity from me! As I’ve mentioned before, this link-up is to encourage fresh food production, consumption, activism, and awareness. We can do this together! 

Okay! Let’s get to it!

This link up is to encourage fresh food production, consumption, activism, and awareness. Please feel free to link up posts containing:

  • CSA collections;
  • Farmer’s market treasures;
  • Home grown/raised hauls;
  • Recipes that feature fresh fruits and veggies that are seasonal to your area or feature local, sustainably farmed meats, eggs, and dairy;
  • DIY projects and tutorials for: gardening, storing and/or preserving fresh, real foods, composting market scraps, raising chickens in your back yard, small living, etc…
And lastly, please include the button below or a simple text link back to this link up in the post(s) you share:
 
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5 Comments

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    Barb @ Frugal Local Kitchen
    October 16, 2013 at 9:36 AM

    Thanks for hosting. I linked up a few of my October Unprocessed posts. Have a great week!

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    suzy supnet
    October 16, 2013 at 11:13 AM

    Welcome back. I linked up 2 this week. One is part of my real food abc series. I am on F and talk about using the freezer to help eat more real food. The second post kind of goes along with E for eatwild. I talk about cows living in CAFOs.

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    Janine Thompson
    October 16, 2013 at 1:35 PM

    Glad you are back and able to Host this week!

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    Diane Balch
    October 16, 2013 at 4:32 PM

    Lots of rain and pub time… sounds like a classic English experience. Did you improve your game of darts?

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    Kirsten
    October 16, 2013 at 6:43 PM

    Kristy,
    I’m glad you had fun in Merrye Olde etc. I really liked touring the Upper Peninsula (of Michigan) where my spouse grew up/went to school. I am sure part of it was a vacation away from the kids, but it was also very neat to see his old haunts and meet some old friends. (And eat pasties in their natural habitat!)

    Today I’m linking up a tasty mac and cheese baked in a pie pumpkin from my CSA farm share. I got the recipe from the soon-to-be-released book, MELT The Art of Macaroni and Cheese by Stephanie Stiavetti and Garrett McCord. As part of the hoopla surrounding the release of this lovely book, there’s a $500 Le Creuset cookware giveaway going on. Link is in my post (I’m not involved, just passing it along). I’m hoping to get more pie pumpkins in the farm share so that I can make this again when the spouse returns.
    I’m also sharing a Kalua Pig and Chinese Cabbage pizza, in my mind a ‘real’ Hawaiian style pizza, since I’ve been seeing Kalua Pork in Slow Cooker recipes on several food blogs lately.
    Finally, a new series, Fast From the Farm Share, where I share how I can pick up the farm share in the afternoon and get dinner on the table quickly. First recipe–a curry with mustard greens, chick peas, and squash.
    Thanks for hosting and I’m glad you’re back!

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