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Green Mom’s Kitchen

Homemade Tomato Ketchup

If you have tons of tomatoes and don’t know what to do with them, consider making your own  ketchup. It’s very easy to make and tastes so much better than store bought; plus, you know what is in it and, therefore, what you are feeding your kids. Today I made …

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Roasted Bell Pepper and Bean Soup

For the first time ever, my bell peppers have been growing and have produced many in my garden. With all these bell peppers, I had to make something good. It ended up being this roasted pepper soup. When I made this soup for lunch yesterday, not only did it make my …

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Kombucha — A Miracle Drink or Just Another Trend?

By Asha Kreiling It seems that every few months a new so-called super food or miracle drink that supposedly provides impressive health benefits and cures stubborn ailments appears on the market. Many of these food trends, such as goji berries, acai berries, chia seeds, and kombucha, do indeed have medicinal …

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Hasselback Potatoes

Hasselback potatoes is my favorite way to eat potatoes, and I love it because, just like me, it’s a dish from Sweden. The dish takes its name from Hasselbacken, the Stockholm restaurant where it was first served. The seasoned potatoes turn out crisp on the outside and tender on the …

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Indian Street Food — Bhel

By Indrajeet Chandrachud I grew up on Prabhat Road. Our park was Kamla Nehru Park or KNP, as the college kids that ordered their chai “one by two” called it. My fondest memories of bhel are outside the large iron gate of KNP. Bhola bhel was our “bhelwala.” No real reason. …

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Carrot muffins

I promised Bella I would make muffins for her to bring to school, and since I know she loves carrot cake I made a carrot care inspired muffin, which I would presume is a lot healthier. These muffins made my house smell so good and even reminded me of Christmas. …

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Frying Pan Flat Bread

Tonight I had a chiropractor appointment, and when I got home the kids were asleep and hubby was heading out for football night. I made myself some flat bread and a cup of tea, and enjoyed the silence in the garden. This bread is super easy to make and cooked …

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Creamy Balsamico Sauce

By Fredrica Syren This week we have a visitor from Sweden and for her welcome dinner I made seitan, roasted potatoes, steamed broccoli served with an amazing balsamico sauce drizzled all over. Yum, yum!!! I’m an expert in sauce making and love experimenting with them and I can honestly say …

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Fig Milk Shake

By Fredrica Syren We finally got my food blog moved onto this site, so from now on you will also see some food recipes. I have one tiny fig tree in my front garden that we planted when my daughter Bella was born. The tree produces a lot of figs …

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Honey to the Bee: That’s News to Me

By Fredrica Syren This last week both of my kids unfortunately were stung by a bee. Luckily, neither of them are allergic, so there were just some pain and tears. My daughter stated, “I hate bees and wish there were none.”  I told her that’s not true because, thanks to …

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