how long have you been cooking. all the recipes I get come out of cook books that my great grandmoth
er hand wrote back in the 1800s, and passed down to my grandmother. Who passed them on to me. I am 48 yrs old. I also get a lot of recipes from amish friends who have gave me some that have been handed down to them.
I can remember doing simple kitchen chores at the age of four.....they were age related........napkins, flatware etc......
My first meatloaf was at the age of 7, I can not remember a time when I could not peel potatoes, or fry eggs, boil a pot of beans.......
At 11, I could cook a full meal, meat, veggies, potatoes, bread, tea.......for a large farm family.
Being a farm kid, not only was I expected to cook, but to feed the animal that would later be my food source.......the ugliness of the business came somewhat later.
In our home, 'desert' was for the ritzy.........I can bake the basic breads and cakes.......but baking is not my forte.
by philzgrill 6 years ago
In other words, what person has been the most inspiring in your cooking passion?
by Kieron Walker 4 years ago
What is your favorite memory of your grandparents?
by delmer47 6 years ago
My Mom and Dad taught me how to cook at an early age, I would say around 11 or 12. Fried oysters, bacon and eggs, cornbread, baked grilled cheese and fried chicken were just a few of the first recipes I learned (I'm from the South, can you tell?) Their early teachings cultivated a love of food and...
by phoenix_028@yahoo 6 years ago
If you are provided with the chance to speak to a loved one that has passed away what would you sayIf you had one chance to talk to special people in your life that has passed away, who would it be and why?what would you tell them?or ask them?
by SteppingForward 7 years ago
Passed down from your Great Great Grandmother was an of use item worth a million dollars..Would you sell it or keep it to pass down to the next generation?
by Ann Carr 6 years ago
If you could see just one person again, who would it be?Whether still alive or passed away, who would you want to see & talk to again and why?
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