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Thoughtful Meals. 5 recipes, each week, sent directly to your inbox, that reflect seasonal and sustainable eating, and flexibility regarding dietary preferences and restrictions.
- Ready-to-Go Market Lists. Attached to each recipe, for ease, all ready for your grocery trip. Cut them out the old-fashioned way, or refer to them on your mobile device.
- Plenty of Home Cooking Support. So many resources, tips and tricks along the way. Think of me as you personal cheerleader in the kitchen.
There's More. Expect a new kind of rhythm, and invigoration in the kitchen with my approach and style of meal-planning. Each week: new skills and techniques, cookbook features, ingredient and tool highlights, and plenty to say on the food and wellness connection.
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Building Blocks & Inspiration
Goosefoot exists to help simplify the puzzle of what to eat, but also to empower and engage
Journal. Here you’ll find a well-fed blog of weekly resources for cooks, eaters, and thinkers, Seasonal eating cues, lunch box ideas, local farm and maker features, meaty food topic essays, edible gardening advice, kitchen counsel, and on. Take me there...
Good Pantry. I’m unapologetically frugal and reckon a critical part of establishing a solid foundation and structure in the kitchen is to be well-armed in your cupboards and fridge. Take a look...
Building Blocks. Beyond your well-stocked pantry, and part of laying the groundwork for organized (and sometimes improvisational) cooking are a simple set of fundamentals. These gems you’ll carry with you for life! Let's Go...
Eating in Tune
Eating in conjunction with the seasons isn't what you think. This down-to-earth, age-old practice limits us in the best of ways. Read more...
"Mealtime is a time for empathy and generosity, a time to nourish and communicate."
Last night I was plain tuckered out, and found myself in a moment familiar, where I stood astonished as to all the colors, jars, and mystery saucepans... Read more...