Shaye Elliot is one our favorite authors at the Homestead. Her blog and cookbook were great inspirations as we moved into clean living. Shaye and her family began homesteading in Alabama. Several years ago they moved back to the Northwest to be closer to family and are in the midst of creating their dream homestead. We have just about worn out her cookbook, From Scratch. It is our go to primer on cooking real, nourishing, and healthy meals. I can't wait to talk to her about our theme for November, Clean Living. Join us!
Give us this weekend. We will help you create the healthy life that's waiting for you.
Mississippi families are looking for ways to practically improve health. Cleansing the body of whatever it is we have "too much" of is an important step toward creating a healthy lifestyle. Whether it is too much stress, too much sugar, too much alcohol, or too much unhealthy food, spring and fall are two of the best seasons to gently cleanse the body. Health Coaches, Alyssa Davis and Phillip Kendall, and Herbalist Lindsay Wilson, will share a wealth of information about foods, lifestyle changes, and herbs that successfully put you on the path toward health.
A food educator and advocate for sustainable agriculture, Jennifer McGruther founded the ever popular food blog Nourished Kitchen before embarking upon her latest endeavor. Based on the research of Weston A. Price, McGruther's The Nourished Kitchenfocuses on nutrient-dense, traditional foods – or, as author McGruther explains, the foods of our great-great-grandmothers. Beautifully photographed, this cookbook showcases traditional foods in 160 simple yet refined recipes.