Dec 17

Czechoslovakian Roast Duck

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Traditional Czechoslovakian holiday dish…roast duck, red cabbage and bread dumplings.

In the States a traditional Christmas meal is ham, prime rib or turkey. This is a traditional meal but for another culture..the Czech Republic and Slovakia. A roasted caraway duck with red cabbage. So tender, so rich and filled with immense flavor for a new tradition on your family’s table.

 

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Dec 17

Czechoslovakian Red Cabbage

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Savory red cabbage side with roast duck.

 

Rich, lush and sweet red cabbage. A specialty during Czech and Slovak holidays, this red cabbage side dish is a perfect accompaniment to the Roast Duck dinner.

 

 

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Dec 10

Decadent Brownie’s

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All the decadence of chocolate-y goodness in a brownie, without the guilt.

 

Nothing says the holiday season like chocolate…and everyone needs a chocolate indulgence!  No processed cocoa, no dairy, no grain, no refined sugars…only decadent chocolate brownie goodness without the guilt.

 

 

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Dec 03

Italian Red Lentil Soup

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Soup is good for the soul year round.

This Italian Red Lentil Soup takes less than 20 minutes to make & is very satisfying alone or as a side.Red lentils are a rich source of soluble & insoluble fiber, folate, magnesium, iron and molybdenum (which functions as a co-factor for a number of enzymes important in carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur metabolism in your body).

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Dec 03

Christmas Countdown – Day 3

wildnourishment.comIt’s the third day in December. Today I am reflecting on what I can do for others during this Christmas Season. I’m working diligently on my crochet hat and scarf set gifts. Unfortunately, today I’m not feeling very well. Nothing major, but my body is telling me to either slow down or something of the sort. Wishing everyone a wonderful Wednesday of giving. Check out today’s Recipe Wednesday…Italian Red Lentil Soup!

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Dec 02

Christmas Countdown – Day 2

wildnourishment.comIt’s the 2nd of December! Today has become known as #GivingTuesday. Yep, hashtag and all! I was originally going to write a short little something about how wonderful it is to see that there is some effort in trying to regain the true meaning of giving during the Christmas season. If it takes a hashtag to make that happen, so be it. However, a simple act of kindness and giving that occurred right before I could start this post has changed the direction of my writing.

 

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Dec 01

Christmas Countdown – Day 1

wildnourishment.comIt’s December 1st, the official beginning of the Christian Advent Calendar. My husband and I are selective Roman Catholics…we choose to not support the archaic beliefs that the church still supports but firmly believe in our relationship with God. However, this post isn’t about religion. It’s about spirit…the spirit of Christmas and how my family has chosen to gain control of our holiday and still celebrate it wholeheartedly.

 

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Nov 26

Hearty Chili

wildnourishment.comI’m wrapping up this month of November with THE best gluten and dairy free, one pot mean, that is packed with layer upon layer of flavor. Your mouth will have it’s own chili party with every spoonful! Not too hot. Not too sweet. Perfect for the whole family including the kiddo’s on a cold November day! Don’t be intimidated by the length of the ingredients list. I had everything but the chiles and chuck already in my pantry and fridge. Take a shot at making this wonderfully hearty chili and I promise you it will be your “go-to” chili from then on.

 

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Nov 19

Roasted Mustard Corned Beef Brisket

wildnourishment.comHere’s another comfort food favorite…roasted mustard corned beef brisket. As promised, it’s both gluten and dairy free! This is not your ordinary boiled corned beef brisket folks. Nope. Rich in flavor, lush and juicy, roasting a corned beef brisket is what enables that deep flavor in every bite. An important element in this recipe is the beer. Please don’t skimp on the beer. And all you gluten free peeps can stop rolling your eyes because I’ve researched three tasty options in gluten free beers that work well with this recipe. Enjoy!

 

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Nov 19

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

wildnourishment.comThe perfect side to my roasted mustard corned beef brisket, or an amazing vegan dinner dish on its own. You will absolutely love this accompaniment. Roasting these little cruciferous veggies absolutely transforms the flavor of Brussels sprouts. Don’t knock it until you try it! They are a rich source of glucosinolates (sulfur containing compounds) that have shown to reduce the risk of lung and colorectal cancers.¹ Try them! You’ll love ‘em!

 

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