I am so excited to be attending the Wise Traditions Conference this year! The last time I attended was in 2007 when I gave a talk on Natural Remedies for Childhood Illnesses (I really should do a giveaway of this CD shouldn’t I?). It was a great experience and I am so psyched to be attending again this year.
I will be speaking at the Monday, November 15, 2010 Chapter Leader meeting, so I hope to see some of you there!
If you won’t be attending the Monday session but will be at the Wise Traditions Conference, I’d love to meet you and have lunch on Friday, November 12, 2010.
I would really love to hear your feedback about The Healthy Home Economist blog. I am always open to suggestions and am very open to improvement, so let’s relax over a lunch of amazing, gourmet Real Food and fire away!
I would also be very interested in each of your personal stories about how you became aware of the importance of Real Food and began your individual journey back to vibrant health.
Here’s what’s on the menu!
FRIDAY LUNCH – Farm Food Fiesta!
Ceviche with Oregon Pink Shrimp
Refried Bob’s Red Mill Black Turtle Beans cooked with Pennsylvania Pastured Pork Lard
Blue and Yellow Organic Crispy and Soft Corn Tortillas
Jicama Salad with Cilantro Lime Dressing
Shredded Romaine LettuceChopped Olives
Pennsylvania Pastured Pork Cracklings and ChicharrÃ³n
Real Pickles Fermented Organic Tomatillo Hot Sauce
Zukay Mild Salsa Viva
Fab Ferments Cortido
Tropical and Citrus Fruit Salad with Tropical Traditions Organic Coconut Chips
Selina Naturally Hawaiian Deep Sea Salt Grinders, Large Light Grey Celtic Sea Salt Grinders and Portuguese Sea Salt Grinders
Seagreens Organic Mineral Salt Shakers
Beverage: Soothin’ Infusion Tea and Artesian Well Water of Pennsylvania
The Wise Traditions Conference has become known as the BEST CONFERENCE FOOD anywhere! And, with good reason! At what other Conference can you literally stuff yourself with the best quality, whole foods available anywhere in the world and know that you won’t be gaining any weight (unless you’re hitting the minibar after hours) and you won’t get sick?
I hope to see a whole gang of you at the Real Food Media table just before Noon this Friday! Coming from a very large family, I don’t like to eat alone, so please come and join me!
Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist
See you there, Sarah! My first conference, so excited! And I'm now the chapter leader for Lexington, KY. Can't wait how to do this effectively!!!
Kelly the Kitchen Kop
I'll see you there, Sarah, YAY!!!!!!!
This is my first year! I am beyond excited! I am also excited and relieved not to have to bring my own food for this "vacation"…it is a comforting feeling to know I can trust I will stay nourished. 🙂 Hope to meet you there! Kelly
Have fun! I wish I could go, but it just isn't in the budget this year. I'd love to get the chance to chat with you and the other Real Food Media bloggers. Perhaps another year. I can't wait to read all the wonderful info you'll bring back to us from the conference.
Hi Sarah – I am very excited to meet you and work at the Real Food Media table with you (at some point – I have no idea what the schedule is as I haven't been told). I can't believe it's just a little over a day until I leave to go to Philadelphia! Unfortunately, I'll miss the events on Monday as I'm leaving early that morning, but I can't express how thrilled I am to be attending my first WAP conference! I hope there are many, many more. Keep up the great work on your blog! Until then, looking forward to this weekend! 🙂
Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist
Hi Ali, you will see all kinds of dress there from business casual to coats/ties to jeans. Dress how you feel most comfortable. Farmers, doctors, business leaders, parents all mingling together so there is quite a variation in the dress.
I will be there! Actually, I have a question for you. What is the "dress code" for the conference? Is the banquet on Saturday night formal? I was thinking I would go with business casual attire but I'm starting to question myself.