“The Ancestral Kitchen Challenge is here to spark your creative fire!” Andrea
We are excited to announce the 2022 Ancestral Kitchen Challenge! This challenge is designed to spark excitement and creativity in your kitchen and hopefully push you in a few areas to try something new or revisit something long forgotten. You can adjust every challenge to suit your unique kitchen, family and region!
In this episode Andrea and Alison discuss the 22 different challenge topics that are covered during the year, what sparked them and some different ways they could be imagined.
We hope you will share your challenge results with us! Tag the podcast, email Alison@ancestralkitchen.com or use the hashtag #ancestralkitchenchallenge !
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1:51 What is The Ancestral Kitchen Challenge?
6:00 Make it your own!
6:30 Where to find the .pdf
7:00 #1 fermented drink
8.59 #2 book from the podcast
10:01 #3 bread
11:55 #4 kitchen scraps
13:13 #5 kitchen tool
15:16 #6 spice
16:18 #7 recipe exchange
17:38 #8 an elder
24:54 #9 broth
25:45 #10 recipe gift
16:56 #11 ferment
28:18 #12 dish known to locals
31:40 #13 offal
37:37 #14 fat
40:49 #15 herbs
45:03 #16 preserve something
46:17 #17 a previously-avoided recipe
48:46 #18 a meal entirely from your region
53:48 #19 go screen-free
1:01:55 #20 new cookbook
1:02:11 #21 make something from the podcast
1:02:41 #22 a meal from your genetic ancestors
1:04:54 How to share your challenges!
1:06:04 A page for your notes and the pdf
Spices mentioned: Sumac, Cassia
ThreeRiversHomestead ALSO hosts the challenge Andrea mentioned, the EveryBitCountsChallenge
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