Hearth and Soul Hop with Premeditated Leftovers 8/16

Hearth & Soul Hop

Welcome to another Hearth and Soul Hop! I am joining my co-hosts April of The 21st Century Housewife, Jason of Alternative Health and Nutrition,  Melynda of Mom’s Sunday Café, and Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen in hosting a food carnival for and about food that not only nourishes our bodies, but our souls!

We have some exciting changes to share. First, we have a Facebook Page dedicated to the Hearth and Soul Hop. We also have Hearth and Soul Pinterest Boards and a Hearth and Soul Twitter account: @HearthNSoulHop. We experimented with these accounts last week and will be using them regularly beginning this week to spread the Hearth and Soul goodness.

This will be Jason’s last week of co-hosting on the Hearth and Soul Hop. Jason is the CEO of an online sales company, J&L Health. He sells natural health products to people all over the United States and several countries. I asked Jason to share a little about himself and  he shared his motivation for the direction he has taken:

“Modern medicine has done so many wonderful things in peoples lives and will continue to do so. However there are some aspects of it that have grabbed my attention as well as many other people. I became interested in natural medicine when reading the small, tightly packed print listing the side effects of very a popular OTC (over the counter) product, many of which were more serious than the original problem. I became passionate about it when a good friend of mine received 3 prescriptions….one for his condition, and two for problems brought on by his first prescription! I decided to make healthy choices in my medicine cabinet, just as I had at the dinner table or any other area of my life.

When working to improve your health you should always address the cause of your problem, not the symptom. Learn more about improving your health naturally at www.thewisealternative.com”.

If you are new, read the Hearth and Soul Hop mission statement which includes the rules for linking up. As always, if you have any questions please email me at aleasleftovers(at)sbcglobal(dot)net.

My highlights from visiting last week’s contributors to the Hearth and Soul Hop:

New Potato Salad

Maple Pecan Ice-Cream

How to Make Dill Pickles

Forging Wild Porcini Mushrooms

Peaches are in season, so I have to share these delicious ways to prepare them:

Grilled Peaches

Peach Cobbler

Quinoa and Black Bean bowl with Peach Salsa

You can see some of my other favorite contributions to the Hearth and Soul Hop on my Facebook page on my Pinterest boards and on Twitter through out the week.

Please link a recipe using the linky tools below. Recipes should include healthy ingredients and can be old or new recipes or posts. Articles on real food, slow food, foraging, herbal remedies, local food, sustainable food, organics, gardening or any healthy eating information written in a positive and loving light are also welcome.

-Please include a link back to one/any of the host sites (through worded link or badge) in individual post, not on sidebar…although we love having links on your page, as well.

-Please link a post that closely fits into the mission.

-Linky will stay open from 10 pm Monday to 11:59 pm Thursday (Eastern time).
Please share the hearth and soul hop badge listed below to promote the Blog Hop.

 

Hearth & Soul Hop

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1. Summer Squash Quiche
2. Kohlrabi Fritters
3. Garam masala
4. Lime Sorbet
5. Tri-colored Kulfi
6. Spinach Pulao
7. Puffed Rice Salad
8. Urban Sidewalk Gleening – Apricot Caper Jam
9. Sambar
10. Watermelon Lemonade – Blended
11. healthy wealthy and wise finds
12. apple walnut zucchini bread
13. simple sesame noodles
14. Coconut Burfi
15. Strawberry Rhubarb Baked Oatmeal
16. Stuffed Peppers
17. Cheese Stuffed Chicken & Giveaway
18. SUPER HOMEMADE PROTEIN BARS
19. HEALING OUR SONS AUTISM & The BEST THERAPY of ALL
20. TOP 5 STEPS to a HEALTHIER DIET
21. Chipotle Ranch Sauce
22. EASY Buffalo Chicken Dip!!
23. Light Carrot Cake
24. Scones
25. Grilled Peach-Vanilla Bean Crisp – GF
26. Watermelon Granita
27. Date Squares
28. Carrot Flour @ Yolks, Kefir, & Gristle
29. Goodies for a pleasant life
30. Our Unnatural “Natural” Foods
31. Homemade Soy Sauce Experiment (Inc GF Variety)
32. Zucchini Fritters
33. Vegetarian Borscht
34. Paella
35. Sesame Noodles with Vegetables GF
36. Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
37. Vegetable Quinoa Salad GF
38. Cranberry upside down muffins
39. Zucchini Pronto Recipe (Hounds in the Kitchen)
40. Coconut Basbousa with Syrup
41. Butterscotch Gems
42. Chocolate Oat Chews
43. MUSHROOMY CHICKEN
44. GF Chocolate Chip Raspberry Pancakes
45. Hidden Zucchini Soup
46. Runner Bean Stew
47. Strawberry Crumble Pie
48. Two Yummy Salads
49. Asian Slaw
50. Cheesy Spinach Dip
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About Alea Milham

Alea Milham is the owner and editor of Premeditated Leftovers. She shares her tips for saving money and time while reducing waste in her home. Her favorite hobby, gardening, is a frugal source of organic produce for her recipes. She believes it is possible to live fully and eat well while spending less.

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