Do you have a favorite food that your grandmother currently makes or that she used to make for you?
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I could eat tacos every day! I'm going to try adding sweat peas. What a great idea! I have to say that the runzas sound delicious too. I have no idea how to make them but I would love to learn.
vespawoolf, I cannot believe you said that about the sweet peas in tacos. My mom always served sweet peas with tacos in our home and I have carried that into my home. My husband said he had never heard of such a thing when we first got married.
You've inspired me to write a hub about runzas. I'll add it to my "to do" list. : )
That sounds wonderful! Fresh berries in fresh pie. I'm sure the house smelled absolutely wonderful. Hopefully she passed some of that pie-making talent to you!
I'm sorry to hear that. You should try to start some traditions to pass on. :)
Oh, that would be hard to choose from! I wonder if you could have a pot luck and bring them together. Mouth watering!
That makes me smile. The thought of the french fries, that is. :)
Cottage cheese is yummy. Adding it to crepes with sugar and vanilla sounds delectable! I'm going to look this up!
Wow, that's mind kinda food!
Chicken and dumplings is a family favorite of ours too. It's just a comfy meal. I can't remember the last time I had homemade fried chicken, mashed potatoes and cobbler! It's the kind of meal I would love to know how to cook perfectly.
I've never had Italian wedding soup. I will definitely have to try it now. Home cooked family recipes not only bring back memories but they just taste the best.
I've always wanted to see the New England area. I've never been to the northern east coast states and having the local specialty while being there would make the trip even more magical! I read Coastal Living and dream about it. :)
Sounds like a tasty fish dish, especially with curry. I'll have to check it out, thank you!