FREE Online Class: Perfect Pizza at Home

perfect pizza at home

Learn how to make Perfect Pizza at Home with this FREE online class!

You’ll get 5 online lessons that you can watch whenever it fits into your schedule.

During this class, you’ll learn how to make 5 different doughs including a gluten-free one!

Family pizza and movie night has always been a hit in our house. We love to each be able to customize our own pizzas according to our own tastes.

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Creative Ways with Whole Grains FREE Cooking Class


Craftsy has lots of fantastic classes they are offering for FREE right now!

Included is the Creative Ways with Whole Grains taught by Cooking Light.

For Free You Get:

4 HD video lessons with anytime, anywhere access
Class materials that include 14 recipes
Detailed, close-up instruction

If you are looking to integrate more whole grains into your cooking, this free class looks excellent.

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Free Subscription to From Scratch Magazine


Get a Free Subscription to From Scratch Magazine.

Read the August/September issue, and if you enjoy it, click on the button at the top of the page that offers a free subscription.

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FREE Blessings Jar Printables

Blessings Jar

There is a great freebie available from Paper Coterie. Print out your FREE Blessings Jar Give Thanks label and notes.

The idea is to have your family start filling out thankful notes all month long. Then, on Thanksgiving, read the notes out loud.

This would make a sweet family tradition for counting your blessings.

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What to Watch for Downton Abbey Fans

What to Watch Downton Abbey

Does anyone else miss Downton Abbey?

I’ve got a tide-you-over until next season plan I think you are going to like.

Witty British quips + period costuming = I’ve got your Downton Abbey dry spell covered.

I’m recommending you brew yourself a cup of Earl Grey and load up your Netflix queue with any of these great British dramas:

Emma – Beautiful, clever, and rich Emma Woodhouse is convinced she is good at matchmaking after her older sister and her governess both marry suitable husbands. Certain of her talents, Emma plays a dangerous game as she persuades her new friend, the young, pretty and socially inferior Harriet to reject an advantageous marriage proposal to a local farmer in favour of dashing Mr Elton.

Lark Rise to Candleford – Follow Laura Timmins as she says goodbye to her friends and family in Lark Rise to start her first job at the Post Office in the nearby town of Candleford.

The Grand – Set in the most opulent hotel in Manchester, England, during the decadent Roaring ’20s, The Grand is more than a building. It’s a nexus for schemes, scandals, romance, and intrigue among guests and staff members alike.

Upstairs Downstairs – This series starts in January 1936 as diplomat Sir Hallam and Lady Agnes Holland move into 165 Eaton Place, closely followed by his widowed mother and her wayward sister. But they also need a full serving staff, for which Lady Agnes turns to an agency run by none other than Rose Buck, who used to work at the house. But the arrival of an unwelcome guest puts a strain on relations both, upstairs and downstairs.

Tess of the D’Ubervilles – When the beautiful and innocent Tess Durbeyfield is driven by family poverty to claim kinship with the wealthy D’Urbervilles and seek a portion of their family fortune, meeting the manipulative Alec proves to be her downfall. A very different man, Angel Clare, seems to offer her love and salvation, but Tess must choose whether to reveal her past or remain silent.

Now your only worry is: How to find the time to watch them all!

And since we are talking FREE – how many of my 7 Food Documentaries to Watch Now have you seen?

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FREE iPhone App: Buycott

Are you trying to avoid GMOs?

Megan recently asked,

What can I even buy? I’m trying to stay away from GMO’s but finding out what has them and what does not is like pulling teeth! … Any advice/thoughts on making this easier (I have twin two year old boys, so I’m busy!) would be appreciated.

I know Megan is not alone. So many of you have commented about GMOs, have sent me emails about GMOs, have expressed frustration about GMOs….

If you have an iPhone, there is a new app out called Buycott that makes figuring out what products YOU want to boycott easier!

Here’s what Buycott does:

You can scan product barcodes and Buycott will find out what company owns that product (and who owns that company, ad infinitum).

You can use this information to decide whether you want to boycott a product.

It looks like this on your phone:


If you are like Megan, and want an easy way to track GMOs, this freebie can help!

And if you have an iPhone, be sure to check out these other Popular Real Food iPhone Apps.

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FREE Printable Easter Pennant

Free printable Easter pendant

UPDATE: This freebie is no longer available.

Paper Coterie puts out the cutest FREE printables! This month you can print out a FREE Easter Pennant.

Make sure to print this out and you’ve got a quick and easy decoration for Easter.

With their last free printable, I ended up sending it to Office Max and having them print it out. It costs .50 for one side – but it makes for a better quality print out than what I get from my printer.

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