Thursday, July 4, 2024

Firing Up the Grill On the Today? Start Here!


When grilling with charcoal, it's hard not to note an environmental impact from flames and the smoke. It's real and it's something that a number of people have tried to mitigate. One company says they've done it. Janet Silverman is the Chief Impact Officer with The Good Charcoal. She came by Tonia's Kitchen to talk about what makes their charcoal different. And she says there are a number of really positive aspects to grilling with their product. Janet told Tonia their charcoal is premium, from a denser and harder wood, so it burns longer and hotter. And their emissions are clean burning. Janet adds the wood they make their product from is more environmentally friendly. It comes from the Acacia Bush, is more sustainable and helps the environment from where it was harvested from. Beside the net environment positives, the company also gives back, hosting events across the country to feed people in need. It's a great way to enjoy a July 4th BBQ and feel good about it!

From All of Us at Tonia's Kitchen, Happy Independence Day!