Season’s Eating Giveaway


You might remember the Feathering the Nest giveaway I offered a few weeks ago, today Leah is back with another of her ventures that she would like to share with you! I’m really excited to take part in this one – family mealtime is really important to us, and something we’ve practiced since our girls were babies. I’m excited to pick up some new meal ideas and ideas from the community. I’ll hand you over to Leah to tell you more.


“Hello! I am so honored to be here at This Enchanted Pixie to chat about Season’s Eatings, the course I’ve created to help others infuse their family dinner rituals with delicious food and delightful rituals, season by season.
Over the course of many, many years in the kitchen, I started to see that cooking is just one of the many ways we must learn how to feed and nourish ourselves. I love talking about how important it is to set an intention when you’re stirring and chopping so those good feelings will find their way into your dishes and nourish your loved ones.

Family dinner, at its best, can be a time of soul nourishment, deep connection, play and laughter. Season’s eatings is a two week journey that guides you on a tour of all four seasons, exploring the cooking techniques and recipes that fit just right for the time of the year. We’ll also talk about how to get grounded and centered so you can truly enjoy feeding and nourishing yourself and your family.

Here is how we journey together in season’s eatings:
Twelve emails from me, three for each of the seasons
Four printable cookbooks, one for each season, yours to keep and work from forever
Exploration of cooking techniques and philosophy to create a connected, seasonal kitchen
Several pretty, printable cooking charts to bring more ease to your dinner routine
A dozen printable dinner-table conversation starters for each season
Connection in an online circle with like-minded mamas and caregivers
Live conversations with me in our private Facebook group
Other surprises and goodies as we go along together

seasons eating collage

I believe that cooking can be a source of joy, fun, and connection in our lives. I know how good it feels to have a repertoire of delicious dinners you can whip together to feed a few or a crowd. And I believe that one of the secrets to enjoyable family dinners is to include everyone, especially the kids, in the preparations, rituals, and routines of the evening meal.

For some kitchen inspiration right away, I’m sharing a favorite resource for any kitchen. It’s a printable whole grain cooking chart that is pretty enough to pin on the fridge or the inside of a cabinet door.

cooking chart
I am delighted to be able to giveaway a spot in this course to one lucky reader today! And for those of you who know you want to sign up right away, we have a special discount code for the community here at This Enchanted Pixie. Just enter PIXIELOVE at checkout to register with a 15% discount. {regular tuition is $49}

Season’s eatings begins on May 5th and we’d love to have you roll up your sleeves, tie on your most colorful apron, and join us!

To be in with a chance of winning a spot in this eCourse, enter below! And don’t forget to print out your whole grain cooking chart!
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  1. laura redburn

    April 14, 2014 at 14:12

    mm, rice! i love quinoa too, though only had it a couple times. used to LOVE cous cous too but can’t eat it anymore.

  2. Alice

    April 14, 2014 at 16:22

    What a great giveaway. It’s wonderful to see others who are so passionate about feeding their families well x

  3. Sarah C.

    April 14, 2014 at 16:52

    I’d love to learn more about cooking healthy meals for my family!!

  4. Jess @ Along Came Cherry

    April 14, 2014 at 17:46

    If I had time I would love to do this! x

  5. Lori

    April 14, 2014 at 19:55

    I love the whole grain cooking chart, I always get the water amounts wrong on this stuff. Also this post is totally making me rethink our evening meals. We never eat together, hardly at all and I feel we are missing out on something special. x

  6. Globalmouse

    April 14, 2014 at 20:42

    That printable chart is indeed lovely! We are pretty good at eating our whole grains but I’d definitely like to know and understand more about them. Great giveaway!

  7. Fritha

    April 14, 2014 at 21:31

    love that chart! I’ve been meaning to get something similar for our kitchen for a while! x

  8. Angie Hoggett

    April 15, 2014 at 11:26

    I love cooking and to indulge my interests will be like food for my brain! xx

  9. Adele @ Circus Queen

    April 15, 2014 at 11:37

    I love cooking and we’re big fans of real food. This looks like a great way to up our game. :)

  10. abigail

    April 15, 2014 at 20:03

    I love that chart, so handy!

  11. Laura

    April 16, 2014 at 01:10

    Oooh what a lovely giveaway – I always love learning new healthy and nourishing recipes, so fingers and toes crossed :)

    laura x

  12. Michael Rattray

    April 24, 2014 at 17:43

    Hopefully improve my cooking skills

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