Family Table Tuesday #6

Family Table Tuesday | The Polivka Family

Welcome to the Family Table Tuesday blog carnival! The purpose of this carnival is to connect like-minded people and share our ideas, recipes, tips, and successes. Eating real food and living holistically is easier when we work together and support each other. I’m very excited to see what you all have to share this week!

Each week, I will feature the top three most-viewed posts, as well as a few of my favorite recipes on the following week’s carnival. Be sure to check back and see if you were featured!

Even if you’re not a blogger, feel free to leave your ideas and recipes in the comments.

Featured Posts

These were the top three posts from last week.

1. Traditional Eggnog from The Simple Moms

2. Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup from The Simple Moms

3. How to Cut Up a Whole Chicken from Learning and Yearning

Guidelines For Posting

1. Real Food Only: Please only post recipes using real food ingredients. No processed foods, artificial ingredients, refined flour/sugar, etc.

2. Also welcome: posts about toxic-free living, all-natural body care recipes, holistic remedies, etc.

3. Link back to this post from your post. Linking back is common courtesy at a blog carnival and helps share everyone’s posts and build community.

4. Leave a comment telling us a little about what you posted.

Let’s get started!



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Comments

  1. Lori @ Our Heritage of Health says

    Thanks for hosting, Courtney! This week I’ve shared a post on why I don’t think low-salt diets are a good idea.

  2. learningandyearning says

    Thank you for featuring my post on cutting up chicken. I received a lot of good feedback on that. I learned to cut up a chicken (poorly) when I was first married 36 years ago, but started buying chicken parts like many people. So when we started to purchase whole chickens from a local farmer a few years ago, I had to relearn this skill. It took a few tries to get it done nicely, but worth the effort.

    • Courtney Polivka says

      It was great! I learned how to cut up a whole chicken after I got married, too! The first time I cut up a chicken, it took me an hour. Now, I can do it in 7 minutes. It’s a great skill to have! :)

  3. Renee Kohley says

    Hey! Thanks for the feature! I’m sharing my family’s winter soltice wassail recipe, stuffed pepper soup method, and a great smoothie to fight bugs :)

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