Tuesday, September 23, 2008

The Story of Ketchup

As narrated by A, 4 years old:

Ketchup is tomatoes. They open the top of the tomato. They get the liquid out. They stir the liquid up and mix it, too. And then they put flour in and pour it into the ketchup bottle and then it's done. That's how ketchup goes.

Didn't you always wonder?
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5 comments:

Mary@notbefore7 said...

Now THAT is a recipe I can handle. LOL!

Erin said...

If only life could be so easy.

The Small Scribbler said...

If you really want to make ketchup here's a link: http://listverse.com/miscellaneous/top-10-secret-recipes/ (I use plain white vinegar in place of the balsamic.)

If only cooking were as simple as kids think.

Kate

About Janice said...

What's impressive is that he has thought through what the process is, not just that there's probably more than just tomato guts in it!

Melissa Lester said...

Hmmm, I can't say I could offer a better explanation myself.