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Help Handling the Whole Chicken Series: Two Fail-Proof Ways to Cook a Chicken

January 14th, 2015 · 8 Comments · Real Food Recipes

This post is by contributing writer Bethany Wright. If you’ve been following along in our series on Help Handling the Whole Chicken, you know that our family has been buying whole chickens from a local farmer for a few years now – partly because it’s just cheaper than buying chicken breast at the grocery store!  […]

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Monday Mission: Buy A Whole Chicken {Debunking 6 Objections to Buying A Whole Bird}

January 12th, 2015 · 25 Comments · Monday Missions

This post is by contributing writer Bethany Wright. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to STOP buying boneless skinless chicken breast and buy a whole chicken instead. Welcome to a four-part series giving Help Handling the Whole Chicken! We’re starting off with a Monday Mission. Now if you’ve been around Kitchen Stewardship for […]

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Large Family Logistics: Real Food on a Budget {GUEST POST}

November 17th, 2014 · 10 Comments · Frugality, Planning Makes Perfect, Save Money, Save Time

The following is a post from Georganne Schuch of Mom To Many Girls. Feeding a family, especially a large family, requires the financial savvy of an accountant, the gourmet finesse of a chef crossed with the flexibility of a short-order cook, and the organizational skills of a project manager. And that’s just for starters. Once […]

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Goodbye Paper Towels: How to Ditch Disposables in the Kitchen {GUEST POST}

August 11th, 2014 · 61 Comments · Avoiding Waste, Reducing Waste, Save the Earth

This is a guest post from Sarah at Early Bird Mom (clearly not me!!). Did you know that Americans use 3,000 tons of paper towels each day? (source) That’s a LOT of paper (and money) that goes straight in the garbage. A lot of you already know that there is a better way. What if […]

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Welcome!  Meet Katie.

I embrace butter. I make homemade yogurt. I eat traditional real food – plants and animals that God created, not products of plants where food scientists work. Here at Kitchen Stewardship, I share how I strive to be a good steward of my family's nutrition, the environment, and our budget, all without spending every second in the kitchen. Learn more about the mission of KS here.