feeding our people
Feeding Our People is a recipe subscription service, created by a former chef with a deep knowledge of technique and a recipe developer with celiac who wants to understand everything about food.
And this married couple has small children and needs to get dinner on the table by 5:30 pm.
Feeding Our People will help you make a big batch of a delicious, probably new-to-you dish on the weekend to make weeknight meals easier. These are dishes that help you eat your vegetables, joyfully. These are recipes guided by the ingredients in season and what is already in your refrigerator and pantry.
These are gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined-sugar-free recipes that everyone will enjoy.
Feeding Our People shows you how to use all the food you cook so you don’t waste anything.
Plus, Feeding Our People will help you connect with people who love to cook and talk about food.
Imagine finding your people.
Imagine being part of building something that is fueled by joy and a desire to create community.
Introducing feeding our people, a recipe subscription service, with an active community of food lovers, created by the makers of gluten-free girl.
Subscribe today. Let’s build a community cookbook together, virtually, every week.
“You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces, just good food from fresh ingredients.”
— Julia Child
Each week we send you an email newsletter with three recipes.
The first is a big batch of something a chef might make as part of a restaurant dish: Thai yellow curry sauce, cucumber-cilantro vinaigrette, arugula chimichurri, or a honey vanilla-bean syrup.
And then we share two simpler dishes to use up that interesting batch food. Think roasted winter root vegetables with yellow curry sauce, a quinoa-black bean salad with kale and cucumber-cilantro vinaigrette, roasted tofu with arugula chimichurri, and pears poached with honey vanilla-bean syrup.
This is real food, food meant to make weeknight meals easier.
Every recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined-sugar-free. We never talk about lack, however. Feeding Our People is a service for people who truly love to cook and talk about cooking.
There’s an active Facebook community with live videos, our recommendations for ingredients and other recipes, and great conversations.
We’d love to have you part of this.
“The greater purpose is: we’re communing together and we want this moment to be really special for all of us, because otherwise, why bother having come together at all? It’s not about proving something. It’s about sharing something.”
— Yo Yo Ma
Here are some of the recipes we have sent out since we began in March of 2016:
a big pot of Tuscan olive-oil braised beans (use these to make white-bean dip with roasted broccoli and a butternut squash soup)
quick pickled carrots (use them to make a memorable tuna salad and a coleslaw with roasted red pepper aioli)
Thai green curry paste (use it to make green curry meatballs and grilled vegetables with a green curry simmer sauce)
romesco sauce (use this sauce to make grilled escarole salad and fish stew)
Vietnamese vegetable stock (use this to make sautéed bok choy with Sriracha sauce and black rice with sunflower seeds)
homemade smoked salmon (use it to make a kale and cucumber \salad and pasta with smoked salmon & grilled zucchini)
There are plenty more batch recipes and weeknight, vegetable-driven dishes to come in the next few years.
Subscribe today so you don’t miss a week. Over the next year, you’ll make 52 batch dishes you can turn to again and again.
For more food like this, subscribe to feeding our people today.
We made the decision to keep the price of feeding our people reasonable. We want you to be part of this.
Subscribing to this community is only $9.95 per month.
You’ll save 18% by subscribing for a year in advance at the rate of $99 a year.
You can click here to subscribe.
If you have ever bought one of our cookbooks and loved it, especially Gluten-Free Girl Every Day, we think you’ll love the food on feeding our people. If you ever attended one of our potlucks around the country or book events or baking classes, we think you’ll love being part of the feeding our people community. If you’ve ever stopped me at an expo or a farmers’ market or an escalator at Whole Foods or an airport, to tell me how much our work has helped you in the past, we’d love to have you as part of the community.
If you have been reading gluten-free girl for years, we’d love to spend our time cooking and talking with you. If you’re new here, but already feel a kinship, then welcome.
Subscribe to feeding our people today. We’re going to inspire each other.