Smorgasbord Food Column – Carol Taylor’s Green Kitchen -April 2021 – #Pretzel Bread, #Onions, #TomatoKetchup, #Japanese Wood Production.

Good morning and welcome to April’s edition of my Green Kitchen… I cannot begin to tell you how delighted I am to be back with a brand- new column at Smorgasbord Magazine… and how welcome you are making me feel.

I am passionate about cooking from scratch using fresh ingredients, the environment and ensuring that the food I make for my family is clean and as chemical free as it can possible be…I would also love to know that instead of counting calories and cost that more people counted chemicals as it is the chemicals in processed foods which affect our health and wellbeing.

Just to recap for those who are new here…This monthly post will cover sustainability, news on food production…changes for the better and maybe a villain or three…haha, a recipe or two including some plant- based recipes, hints and tips on making my household a little greener…aka recycling and composting.

It isn’t easy …in theory we know what we should do …THEREFORE I have looked at what I can do gradually…every small change is a bonus.

This Month’s Recipe…Pretzel Bread.

Please click the link below to read the originl post…see you there xx

7 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Food Column – Carol Taylor’s Green Kitchen -April 2021 – #Pretzel Bread, #Onions, #TomatoKetchup, #Japanese Wood Production.

  1. OIKOS™-Editorial

    This posting caught my attention too, Carol and Sally! Tomato ketchup is a versatile condiment, and pretzel bread has a much longer shelf life than pretzels. Thank you for sharing, and have a beautiful weekend! Michael

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  3. marianbeaman

    Good morning, Sally and Carol. Two items caught my eye: pretzel bread and tomato ketchup. You can’t grow up in Pennsylvania Dutch land and not love pretzels. Also, our family grew tomatoes which were sent to the Heinz company for processing into ketchup. In fact, I blog about that whole business today. THANKS!


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