Hey! I’m Stacy Lyn Harris.
I love life, and I like to make every minute of it count.
I’m an author, speaker, gardener, photographer, and lawyer…but I’m also a wife and mother of 7 children, which carries with it some pretty heavy-cooking duties. Yes, I had all 7 children, and I remember each of their births QUITE well.
With 9 mouths to feed three times a day, a lot of thought, time, and energy goes into the food we eat. That’s why my blog centers on recipes that feed my family!
I’m a believer that old recipes are tried and true, simple food is better, and great ingredients make great meals.
The recipes you’ll find here are accessible, easy, fresh, and beautiful — because beautiful food tastes better.
You’ll also find posts here on gardening, home, family, chickens, bees, land, wildlife management and artful living. I believe all of life is art–the perfect canvas for beauty and creativity. I can’t help but share with you the extraordinary I find in living ordinary!
If you watch even one of my videos, you’ll be able to tell that I’m from “L.A.” That’s Lower Alabama. I’ve lived in Alabama my entire life, and I couldn’t be more proud. The South is where I learned to cook.
Check out my media kit if you want to learn more about me!
My first book, Tracking the Outdoors In (2011) led to opportunities I never could have imagined and has been a #1 Best Seller on Amazon. Soon after its release, I was asked to write Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living (Krause, 2013) and to create a lifestyle and cooking DVD, Gourmet Venison: Tasty Field to Table Recipes (Krause, 2013). My latest book, Stacy Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook, was sold out on Amazon within hours of it’s release.
I’ve enjoyed a permanent co-hosting position on “The Sporting Chef” television show on The Sportsman Channel and “Rural Heritage Television Show” on RFDTV and have appeared on world-wide shows on networks such as NBC, TBN, and Daystar.
Speaker and Writer
I write regularly for national and local magazines and have been featured widely, including Southern Living, Glamour, Healthy Living, First for Women, and Parade. Interestingly, I was the first woman to write for and grace the cover of Backwoodsman Magazine, Art of Manliness (a brilliant website), Mossy Oak GameKeepers Magazine, and The Outpost. What a privilege to get to share my passion through these outlets!
I’ve been honored to perform cooking demos and speak to thousands about conservation, sustainability, small-farm life, and cooking fresh and/or wild at events such The Country Living Show, Southeastern Outdoor Writers Association, Pheasant Fest, and many more. It’s blessed me to speak for churches and other civic groups on raising a family, the importance of home, gardening, and health.
I’d love to hear from you!
Who would have known that sharing the love of a lifestyle would bring so many wonderful people and opportunities into my life. I could not be more blessed by God!! I hope you’ll stick around and join me in living a healthier, tastier, and more beautiful creative life!!
Contact me HERE!
For a complete press kit CLICK HERE.