Entries by loraehmke5

Easy Skillet Chicken and Herbs

What can I make for dinner? That is the question… Chicken is usually the answer! And, if you are anything like me, you want to keep it simple, yet tasty. This is a really easy dish I made that was inspired by the fresh herbs in my garden. Here, I use rosemary and thyme, but […]

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Nourishing Chicken Bone Broth

I learned how to make Bone broth a few years ago when I became involved in the Weston A Price Association. It is an International Foundation that passes on the teachings of Dr. Weston Price, who wrote a book in the 1930’s called Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. You can find out more about them at […]

Easy Roasted Winter Squash

I love winter squash; Butternut, acorn, spaghetti, buttercup, kabocha, delicata… it doesn’t matter, I love them all. The bright orange, yellow and green colors, the mild to sweet flavor, the beautiful meaty consistency…. When I first started on my path of healing through food, I needed to find a replacement for all of the grains […]

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

I live in Wisconsin, where we are fortunate enough to enjoy four seasons each year (although Winter CAN get a little long!). I love the lazy days of summer, enjoying all of the wonderful outdoor activities, grilling out, the long days full of sunshine and warm weather, golf, and hiking with my dogs. But, when […]

Arugula & Butternut Squash Salad

Salad, generally defined as mixed greens with dressing, has been a big part of our food history. Interestingly, medical practitioners like Hippocrates and Galen believed that the raw vegetables in salads “easily slipped through the system so do not create obstructions for the meal that followed” so salads were served before meals. Hence, the term […]