Egyptian dukkah shines as a tasty snack kids love, a frugal pre-dinner appetizer, and a spice mix for your favorite entrees.
Our real food and sustainable living journey began with baby steps – and along the way, I fell in love with cookbooks.
There’s a new way to get fresh, sustainable seafood onto your plate, no matter where you live in the US. Perhaps a special Father’s Day meal is in order?
What I learned in Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood came flooding back to me yesterday as I heard a new remix of some of Mr. Rogers most memorable quotes. Except this time, they impacted me even more, as they highlight lessons I want my own daughter to learn.
Making your own chicken nuggets is a frugal way to have delicious, nutritious finger food on hand for when you need a quick meal. Pair them with our thick, smooth, deeply flavorful barbecue sauce and you’re sure to have a winning combo.
This light, smooth, probiotic drink is both nourishing and refreshing. Even if you think you don’t like kombucha, this version will change your mind!
Simple is often best and this salad highlights just three ingredients – potatoes, olive oil, and fresh thyme. It’s perfect for warm summer evenings and busy-night meals.
Congratulations to our giveaway winner! Plus, there’s still time to save more than 50% on the cost of this exciting e-course.
Ground lamb and quinoa pair up for a simple, quick meal that is sure to please.
We humans are amazingly competitive. How can we stop comparing ourselves to others and nourish joy and gratitude as we raise our children?
“Wit and Wisdom” is offered as a wee way to inspire and nourish greater joy
in our homes, our work, and our daily lives.
Probiotic-rich foods are easier to make at home than you think! “Get Cultured,” an online e-course will inspire you and give you the skills and confidence you need to prepare them regularly.
Hot cross buns are one of my favorite Sunday-morning and special occasion treats (including Mother’s Day), and using sourdough brings out the wonderful flavor.
Conquer clutter AND encourage your child’s inner Van Gogh with these simple tips.
Nourishing chicken stock and immune-stimulating garlic team up in this warming stew to nourish you in both body and soul.
Making your own deodorant is fun, easy, and frugal. Grab an old deodorant tube and make your own today.
If you feel overwhelmed or intimidated at the thought of making changes to your cooking routines, here are ten simple changes that won’t require you to learn new recipes or new techniques.
Nourishing Joy is now part of the Nourished Living Network, a network of real and traditional food bloggers focusing on nutrient-dense, nourishing foods.
These pretzel bites are easy to make and they’re sure to be a hit whether you serve them as a regular after-school snack or at a party.
Joy can be found in the small, everyday moments if you know how to look for it. Watch this video to see that even walking up the stairs can be fun.
I’m singing a concert this weekend, so I’m taking a break from All Things Blog for a few days. Thus, during my absence, please enjoy this list of links that inform and inspire sustainable and natural living.
Today’s post comes from my friend, Rev. Aimee Moiso, who recently wrote this article on her blog, The Ridge Path, reflecting on how to take joy in life’s journeys. My deepest thanks for her willingness to share it here at Nourishing Joy.
Caring for babies who are constantly itchy, sore, or suffering from open wounds is often miserable for both you and your child. The good news is that cloth diapers can significantly help.
Sesame seeds are a surprisingly good source of calcium and even though sesame candies are traditionally served at Easter and other holidays, this candy is a lovely treat at any time of year.