Tuesday Greens #52

by Becky Elmuccio on November 5, 2013


Welcome to Tuesday Greens #52!

Who else is looking for new recipes as you hunker down for the winter and make the kitchen smell amazing while you cook? This is the time of year that the slow cooker really gets a work out. Applesauce is bubbling away on the stove and we have been roasting squash and pumpkins to put up in the freezer for winter. Tomato is newly in love with Kabocha Squash, and I really can’t blame her! My Lamp is Full had a great post last week about Ten Real Food Recipes that can help you kick the processed food habit.

Photo courtesy of My Lamp is Full

So, what’s cooking in your kitchen? Are you starting to use any of your preserved foods in your cooking? What eco-friendly tips do you have to share for this week? I look forward to checking them out and seeing what everyone has to offer. Have a wonderful week folks!

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Donna @ Eco-Mothering November 5, 2013 at 5:46 am

Hi from a fellow green mama,
Just found your site and i love it! Thanks for hosting.


Janine November 5, 2013 at 8:31 am

Hey, Thanks Becky for featuring my real food recipes this week. Thanks so much for the blog hop each week.


Rachel R. November 5, 2013 at 10:48 am

Thank you for hosting this every week!


Christine @ onceuponatimeinabedofwildflowers November 5, 2013 at 11:01 am

Thanks for hosting!
I just shared my Divine Hot Chocolate (with Red Wine) … which is a “real food” version of one of my old hot chocolate recipes.



Krystyna Bowman November 5, 2013 at 3:54 pm

Hi – checking in from the Carnival of Natural Mothering. I didn’t realize I would find another great blog to share a linky with. Thank you for hosting this – just found two more awesome recipes for our gluten-free, egg-free, sugar-free family to enjoy for the holiday season!!


Deborah Davis November 7, 2013 at 7:00 pm

I am new to Tuesday Greens and I am glad I found this blog hop.
Today I shared, “Food for Thought: 26 Eco Smart Ways to Reduce Home
Food Waste”. Thank you for hosting this wonderful hop.



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