As a new foodie, I can see why this would be a topic on my blog. The only thing missing is a recipe. This week we are discussing “no-frills” food. This means that the food is not made by a chef or produced solely for the restaurant. Instead, the food served at the table is made by a local farmer who has no additional labor and no additional costs. This is the type of food many of us in the East have come to expect.
Welcome to “what type of regional fare” – and it’s a bit of a mouthful. You have the option of eating local and organic with no additives or preservatives, or opting for a more upscale choice. We can recommend a few brands that you will definitely fall in love with.
The food that we eat and enjoy today is not the best food in the world that we want to eat. It’s no wonder that we have to eat the way we do. We don’t have the time to shop at one of the best stores because we want the best and we want to try new recipes and flavors.
It’s a big question but before we start, let me first answer it. I’ve been told that if you don’t use local produce, local ingredients, and the freshness of the ingredients are what you are paying for, then you won’t be able to use the phrase “no-frills homestead and farm food.” However, I think that you must be the type of person that is willing to pay for a quality product when the price is just right.
This is a great time to think about what you want and need for your meal. And there’s no better time to use this knowledge. In this episode we discuss regional fare that is no-frills and no-bullshit.
What if the food you eat is not the kind you’d like to eat? Well, there’s a great chance you’ll have to make a change in your diet and start eating a different way of eating. And even if you’ve always loved a certain food, you might be missing out on a new way to enjoy it, which is why it’s important to switch to a new regional food.
We have all had that moment where you realize you have to go out of your way to find food. There are so many reasons for this. You may have a lot of work to do and are tired of being a responsible farmer. Or you may want to avoid a lot of the city food scene and want a more local fare to eat. Regardless of the reason, it is a moment of self-awareness. You are eating out of boredom. You are craving food because you missed it.
No-frills homestead and farm food is the typical foods you probably have known and eaten from your childhood. That includes most of the things that are on your plate. But are these foods truly no-frills? Or is there more of these foods in your area? Well, let us check those facts out for you…