You may have remembered the past two years, here at Rural Housewives, some of our contributors shared their favorite Christmas recipes. We decided this year to try something a little different.
Being that the new year usually marks a fresh start, many strive towards goals and resolutions to be healthier. Often times this includes changing your eating habits or increasing activity or exercise. Both Jenny & Katie are continually trying to improve their own health through healthier eating and increased activity. Together, the two share recipes back and forth.
One of our main qualms with healthier recipes is most sacrifice taste for health. It gets difficult to find recipes that are healthier for you, but still taste good. Ever had this problem? Here’s where you come in…
Jenny Dewey Rohrich is the writer, photographer, and recipe developer behind Prairie Californian. She is a self-proclaimed country girl, born and raised in Northern California. After joining social media, Jenny met and later married a third generation North Dakota farmer. She has since moved to the rural prairies of North Dakota where they farm wheat, corn, soybeans, and sunflowers. Agriculture has always been close to her heart and because of that Jenny started Prairie Californian. She strives to bridge the gap between those far removed from the farm by giving people insight into daily life on their farm. On Prairie Californian, she also shares about food, photography, and other lifestyle topics. Jenny is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post as well as a former contributor for Agriculture.com. She is also the Co-Founder of Rural Housewives, a community group and lifestyle blog for women to share their passion for the rural life. Jenny is a former participant in the National Wheat Foundation’s Wheat Advocate program as well as a current member of the American Soybean Association’s Advocacy & Training Team. Jenny resides with her farmer husband in a small town in North Dakota where she can be found with a camera in hand capturing the world around her, loves the challenges of bringing culture to the North Dakota prairie through a variety of culinary creations, and using her interior design degree to build their dream home.
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