Into A Whole Food Kitchen – The Marshall Family, Part 1 of 3

September 23, 2013

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hello, I am Chuck’s mom. I really have enjoyed your article about Chuck Becky and family. I am truly proud of Becky for the great mother she is. Choosing to cook and serve ‘real food’to her family is only one of the ingredients of her being a great mother. I admire all the effort AND PLAIN OLE HARD WORK that she puts into making good meals and snacks for my son and grandkids! THANKS BECKY!

    I can’t resist adding some info about foods that Chuck ate as a kid. His father hunted and fished regularly throughout the year because there wasn’t a particular hunting season in the jungle. He also raised pigs, turkies and chickens for fresh meat and eggs to suppliment our diet. He also planted papaya trees as well as citris. The tribal people sold us fresh bananas, pineapples, avacados and a wide variety of jungle fruits. I must say tht God provided us with the best of food there in the jungle and we enjoyed it immensly.

    • Eryn Lynum says:

      Thank you so much for commenting! It was such a joy talking with Becky, and hearing her and Chuck’s story. I can’t imagine having so much fresh meat and produce available, I’m sure you were quite the cook with all of those great ingredients, and it definitely shows in Chuck’s appreciation of good food!

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