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Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Eleven – Anti-Aging and a nutrient dense diet by Sally Cronin — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Sixteen years ago I had a series on radio called Turning Back the Clock, which I presented in response to listeners in their 50’s and 60’s looking for rejuvenation and tips on staying young. Like me they were exasperated by the claims of the cosmetic industry that the various ingredients in their products could knock […]

Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Eleven – Anti-Aging and a nutrient dense diet by Sally Cronin — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Ten – Anti-Aging- Keeping the Brain Young by Sally Cronin — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome, it’s a lovely sunny day here and it’s Thursday…Time for Part Ten of Sally’s 
Turning Back the Clock”  I am sure I am not alone when I say I want to keep my
marbles… in this brilliant post Sally tells us how easily we can make small changes
and keep our brain healthy…So please pop over… say hello ( Sally) will make you
very  welcome… have a read it could help you keep your marbles…x

Sixteen years ago I had a series on radio called Turning Back the Clock, which I presented in response to listeners in their 50’s and 60’s looking for rejuvenation and tips on staying young. Like me they were exasperated by the claims of the cosmetic industry that the various ingredients in their products could knock […]

Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Ten – Anti-Aging- Keeping the Brain Young by Sally Cronin — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

CarolCooks2 weekly roundup…7th March-13th March 2021…#Recipes, Whimsy, Music and Lifestyle Changes

Recipes, Whimsy, Music and Lifestyle Changes…

Welcome to this week’s edition of my weekly roundup of posts…Especially for you just in case you missed a few posts during this last week…we are now in March… the time just flies…I am seeing the first signs of spring in some hemispheres…lambs, snowdrops, daffodils please keep those images coming and the snow I have seen some pictures so those who are experiencing minus temps snuggle up and stay safe and warm…and for those who are experiencing high winds and lashing rain batten down the hatches and stay safe and warm…

Let’s go and see what goodies I had for you last week… snuggle up in your favourite corner with your favourite drink tea/coffee or hot chocolate although depending on where in the world you live it could be a glass of wine…Cheers!

Meatless Monday’s…although it can be any time of the week this week it was Mango Curry..not for everyone certainly not for my testers…lol…also as a dessert with coconut milk and sticky rice…delicious…

But I like it and hope you do it makes a change and I do love mangoes which are very, very plentiful here at the moment…Mango smoothies all round as some are very ripe although I love green mango with a spicy dip…it hits the spot…

https://carolcooks2.com/2021/03/08/meatless-mondays-mango-curry/

My new series of the Culinary Alphabet was launched this week and thank you for your positive comments…

The letter A was quite easy… lots to choose from where the middle letter is A..i.e Brawn, Cabbage, and Yucca …that is the twist the brainchild of Chel Owens who is probably by now wishing she hadn’t…haha…25 weeks to go Chel…just saying…smile…

https://carolcooks2.com/2021/03/10/the-culinary-alphabet-series-3-the-letter-a/

CarolCooks2…Week 4…in my Kitchen…made from scratch…Tahini Paste…

One of the easiest things to make it takes no time at all…and can be used in many ways…A chicken marinade. You know the slightly nutty, yet sweet flavour you love about sesame, a dressing, eggplant dip, add some to your banana bread mix, on toast, use it as a burger topper…

https://carolcooks2.com/2021/03/11/carolcooks2week-4in-my-kitchenmade-from-scratchtahini-paste/

Fruity Friday…

A new addition to my garden to me it looks like a catkin…I can also see the resemblance to the peppercorn…a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning…but can also be used fresh I have a recipe and can’t wait until I have enough to give it a try…

https://carolcooks2.com/2021/03/12/fruity-friday-thai-long-pepper-dee-bplee-pepper/

Turning Back the Clock…by Sally Cronin.

I am learning so much from this series …small changes I can make which will knock a few years off…Pop over and say hello to Sally and have read it will be worth your time as we can all turn back that clock a little by just making a few easy changes…See you there 🙂

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2021/03/11/smorgasbord-health-column-turning-back-the-clock-2021-part-nine-anti-aging-and-how-we-face-the-world-by-sally-cronin/

Saturday Snippets…

I am so lucky to be living where I come across so many different fruits and vegetables and foods…I don’t think there is a week that goes by where I find something new…last week it was stuffed frogs this week it was the Thai Long Pepper…I wonder what next week will bring lots of pumpkin dishes(which) isn’t new but I have 2 very large pumpkins to use…and lots of pumpkin seeds to roast…another A …Chel x

https://carolcooks2.com/2021/03/13/saturday-snippets-13th-march-2020/

Well, that’s it for today…Thank you so much for dropping by…I hope you have enjoyed the read…if you have please head over and leave a comment it makes my day to hear from you …Love Carol xx

Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Seven – Anti-Aging and Attitude of Mind by Sally Cronin — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Sixteen years ago I had a series on radio called Turning Back the Clock, which I presented in response to listeners in their 50’s and 60’s looking for rejuvenation and tips on staying young. Like me they were exasperated by the claims of the cosmetic industry that the various ingredients in their products could knock […]

Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Seven – Anti-Aging and Attitude of Mind by Sally Cronin — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine