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Fresh Foods Wednesday #75

Happy Wednesday my dear friends and welcome to Fresh Foods Wednesday #75!

Fresh Foods Wednesday #65 Real Food Link UpToo exciting! I’m starting to see radish recipes in the food blogging world which are something I just feel the goodness in. Seriously. Nothing says Spring to me or gets me more excited about the changing seasons than a few shaved radishes on a white plate! I can’t even tell you what exactly it is about the radishes that are so enthralling but they just seem so Earthy and understated and generally awesome. Salt of the Earth, I tell ya! Or vegetables of the Earth, anyhow. How about you?? What are you seeing around you right now that’s getting you excited food-wise?

The Fresh Foods Wednesday #75 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…

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!

And if you like what you see here, 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.

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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!


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7 Comments

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    Jillian Hudson
    March 26, 2014 at 12:21 AM

    I’m sharing my super simple method for making coconut ghee. Why buy it in the store when it’s so easy to make at home!

    http://www.creatingsilverlinings.com/coconut-ghee/

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    Diane Balch
    March 26, 2014 at 7:40 AM

    I have been hooked on black radishes all winter. I linked the recipe from a cool blog Manger. Thanks for the party dear.

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    Kirsten
    March 26, 2014 at 7:44 AM

    Shaved radishes on a white plate are exciting, yes, but shaved radishes on a white PIZZA are even better! Tragically, you’ll have to wait for that one until April 11th, coming to the link up April 16th.
    First I’ve got to have hashtagcarrotweek, with a grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup intermission, then the Radish pizza will grace a Friday Night Pizza Night. I’m linking up the first of the carrot posts with my Rustic Roasted Carrots today. Next week–I’ll be back–(would you believe my teen thought that was a quote from Boris Karloff in a Frankenstein movie? Kids these days) with sushi and muffins–all featuring the amazing carrots grown in the much-improved soil of our Community Supporter Agriculture (CSA) farm share. Yeah, I wrote that all out. I tend to do that. I dunno if it helps SEO, but it’s worth a shot?
    What else am I linking up? Oh! My April Fool’s recipe–looks like a sweet potato pie but instead is a savo(u)ry squash pie using roasted buttercup and acorn squashes from the farm share, and loads of cheese and cream for a lovely rich treat.
    Finally, the other Spring vegetable to me, besides radishes, is ASPARAGUS. So I threw it on a pizza, with some eggs and country ham and leeks, and then burned it in my oven trying to get the eggs to set.

    Hey, reality happens. Go see.

    Thanks for hosting!

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    Jane's Adventures in Dinner
    March 26, 2014 at 10:04 AM

    Yum! I can’t wait to explore. I’m desperate at this point for spring vegetables.

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    Christine @ Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers
    March 26, 2014 at 11:54 AM

    Radishes? Really? My husband loves them, too… but I just can’t like them.

    But, anyway, this week I’m sharing Turkish Rice Pudding — a nice, rich and creamy rice pudding with rose water for a Middle Eastern flair! 🙂

    Thanks for hosting!
    ~ Christine

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    Jeanne Grunert
    March 26, 2014 at 4:34 PM

    I used the form to share my link, but where can I access the other links? Would like to share the idea! I love this concept and as a home and garden blogger, this is great! Thanks! (My recipe this week is for Carrot Coleslaw, a sweet and sour spin on carrot salad)

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    Indira
    March 29, 2014 at 12:45 PM

    Hi Kristy! This looks like a great party to join!

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