These are some of my go-to resources when it comes to food and faith. I’d love to hear some of yours!
This is one of the most amazing cooking blogs I have found. It is such a fun and real blend of personal and culinary and her recipes really are managable. No long ingredient lists, no fussy preparations (she is working in a Manhattan apartment kitchen after all). My favorite feature for when I have some spare time is the link on the lefthand side that says “Surprise Me!”. It pulls up a random recipe from the site for you to try. This is seriously a blog that I could lose some time on so go check it out!
This has become my mantra book (after the Bible of course). I don’t live on a farm in the Appalachians, but I have found this book very easy to subscribe to and apply in my own setting. It has been so wonderful and given me such confidence in my Suzy Homemaker tendencies. LOVE IT! Will be trying the tomato sauce recipe this year!
Arts and Faith is a collection of stories from Catholics around the globe who demonstrate the inspiring—and surprising—ways art expresses and deepens our relationship with God. Explore their stories above!
This is the blog of Wardee Harmon, the author of the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fermenting Foods and the lead teacher for Traditional Cooking School.
Traditional Cooking School is an online cooking school I created to honor my grandmother’s cooking traditions and preserve them so that future generations can enjoy the health benefits, flavors and fun of traditionally prepared foods.
Mountain Rose Herbs offers high quality organic bulk herbs, gourmet spices, loose leaf teas, essential oils, herbal extracts, and natural body care ingredients. Our extensive selection includes certified organic, fair trade, ethically wild harvested, & Kosher certified botanical products.
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