Welcome to week 63 of the Wednesday Fresh Foods Link Up!
My it’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’m stoked to be back hosting you this week and can’t wait to hear what you’ve been cookin’ up over the past month! How are you eating local through the cold Winter months? Are your preserve rations starting to dwindle? Did you just say ef it and start chowin’ down on imported produce? Details people!
This link up is to encourage fresh food production, consumption, activism, and awareness. Please feel free to link up posts containing:
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…
You may link up as many posts in a given week that you haven’t shared with the Wednesday Fresh Foods Link Up before by using the linky tool at the bottom of this post. Please make an effort to click on a few of the linked up posts and say hello by leaving a comment for your fellow fresh food communitarians and/or leave one here to tell us what you’ve shared – because it’s always nice to know someone thinks we’re doing a good job!
Lastly, please include a simple text link back to this link up in the post(s) you share or copy the code below and paste it into your post or an HTML widget in your sidebar.
I want this blog hop to feature you as well as help each other come together to form a resource of good food ways for one another. The Fresh Foods Pinterest Board is now open to ALL of you! If you’d like to pin your posts to the communal board, just chuck me an email and I’ll add you to it! That way, more exposure for you and less administrative work for me! Horray!
Receive some extra social media love from me by tweeting weekly link-up contributions with the hashtag #FreshFoodsWednesday and/or share your contributions on the She Eats Facebook Page! As I’ve mentioned before, this link-up is to encourage fresh food production, consumption, activism, and awareness. We can do this together!