Breakfast was delicious.
No one could have guessed you’d hidden raw liver in my smoothie.
Here’s a recipe for smoothies from Easy Natural Food: http://easynaturalfood.com/2012/04/23/raw-liver-smoothie/
And here’s our favorite way to hide liver: http://theliberatedkitchenpdx.com/gaps/pork-fennel-sausage-patties-take-2/
Thanks for the idea, Well Fed Family.
Let’s go shopping.
We can get that deep freeze you’ve been wanting,
and go in on a side of beef with your sister.
Here’s how we saved money buying beef in bulk:http://theliberatedkitchenpdx.com/basics/bulk-buying-savings-beef/
And here’s our freezer shopping guide:
Thanks for the idea, Well Fed Family!
It’s 7 am and raining, but you sleep in.
I’m heading to the farmers market to bring home your favorite organic vegetables and grassfed meats. Breakfast is on its way.
I know how you feel about refined carbohydrates.
So instead of buying you chocolates for Valentine’s Day, I bought you 50 lbs of raw, organic, grassfed butter.
This local, raw, unfiltered honey is twice as sweet as white sugar.
But it’s still not as sweet as you.
You really don’t use shampoo?
Your hair is the softest I’ve ever touched.
You were right.
Beet kvass is a better pairing for duck liver pâté than red wine.
Your #2 may be a #3 on the Bristol Stool Scale
but you’ll always be #1 to me.