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Knowing my Great- Grandmother has been a pleasure and a daily learning throught my life. No I never met her or held her hand or heard her voice. But I know her ! Oh you say in pictures and stories. Ye
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Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 9/26/2008 12:28 PM EDT
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It's like the old days where all stories were passed down through the grenerations.

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posted at 9/29/2008 3:32 AM EDT
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I feel like we share lots of the same memerious it is so wonderful to have them to pass down. I do miss watching my mom and grandma as they cooked together .Who would have thought I would have I was young and knew only of the moment .I do so miss the wood cooking stove carrying in water and being taught to cook at the age of 7. Those were the days. I thank you for taking me back for a moment in time. Lelia Jones Sidney ohio

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posted at 9/30/2008 1:25 PM EDT
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Lovely story Thanks for sharing.

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posted at 9/30/2008 3:51 PM EDT
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A very heart felt story that does take you back. The wonderful memories of my mom, grandmom, and my aunt all cooking, baking and the canning that seemed to go on for ever when the tomatoes and peaches became ripe. I can never forget all the aromas that came from their kitchens. Awesome memories indeed.

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posted at 10/8/2008 12:07 AM EDT
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Imake the recipe easy as posibal because most poeple make it wiyh the reght stuff.

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posted at 10/14/2008 5:42 AM EDT
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I loved your story. I didn't live close enough to my great or grandmother to learn from them, but I must have learned the warmth of cooking passed on through my Mom. I love hearing that other people also cook to taste! Even when following a revised or current recipie, I change porportions and ingredients to suit my taste.

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posted at 10/15/2008 7:06 AM EDT
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Very heart felt story. I really enjoyed reading your story.

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posted at 10/16/2008 6:23 AM EDT
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loved this story- felt like I was there. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful memory.

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posted at 10/16/2008 10:23 AM EDT
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Thanks for the story. It brings back wonderful memories of cooking and backing with my grandmother. I still use alot of her recipes today. My granddaughters enjoy baking with me.

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posted at 10/17/2008 9:08 AM EDT
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I loved this story, I took my daughter to

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 10/17/2008 9:14 AM EDT
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I loved this story, I took my daughter to California so she could see her to grandmothers I want her to learn from them . Because my mom is from Mexico and my mother inlaw is from Chile and I want her to know how to cook and bake from both countrys.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 10/19/2008 9:04 AM EDT
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Family history and the love of cooking combined

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posted at 10/21/2008 6:39 AM EDT
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I'm happy to read about other peoples traditions. Hopefully among us baker's and cooks,the traditions will continue

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posted at 10/22/2008 2:40 AM EDT
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Memories and traditions are the best. Let us hope that our past will be preserved by sharing with future generations. In this fast paced world we sometimes forget about cooking and baking from scratch. Many opt for convience and speed. Sadder yet, many families don't have the time or resources to share. If you have the time or compassion to include a few "extras" into your homes do so as well! Your time will be well spent.

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posted at 10/22/2008 3:28 AM EDT
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Mom, what a wonderful story! I will think more heavily when sharing my kitchen with your youngest grand-daughters. Although they are only 6 and 4 they are learning the same way you learned and taught me. I am grateful for those memories and the recipes too. Food and cooking have always been an avenue of love in our family. I know that my girls love cooking because the kitchen is a place where not only do they get to lick the bowl or spatula but they are loved. Thank you Mom for sharing such a warm story!

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posted at 10/22/2008 3:58 AM EDT
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Thank you for sharing such wonderful memories! I thoroughly enjoyed reading them! And it's great to see that so many others did as well. Neat to see comments here by two of your daughters, too!

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posted at 10/22/2008 4:07 AM EDT
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Oops! I accidently sent this before I was finished! Your memories reminded me of growing up as well when we used the old hand grinder attached to the dining room table to grind meat and much more. And canning, oh my, yes, my mom has done that as long as I can remember. In fact, just this fall she has canned much....41 quarts of tomatoes, 40 pints of carrots, plus much more.....beets, peaches, pears, three or four kinds of pickles, chili sauce, grape juice, tomato juice, and probably more that I'm forgetting! Oh! And did I mention that she is now 88 and a half years old?! She's slowed down from previous years, but she still cooks and bakes and keeps busy in her flower garden, too. In fact, as I speak, she is making fresh apple pies! And yes, the taste-test works here, too. A neighbor recently asked me how much sugar and cinnamon or nutmeg to put into her homemade applesauce. I had to tell her I really don't know as I just add it and then taste to see if it is right. That's the best way! Thanks again for sharing such precious memories with the rest of us and "Happy Baking!"

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posted at 10/25/2008 12:54 PM EDT
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I can very well relate to this story, I remember my grandmother, who was the

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posted at 10/25/2008 12:57 PM EDT
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I can very well relate to this story, I remember my grandmother, who was the greatest grandmother that our Lord ever put on this earth. I could remember her showing me how to churn butter, that was so much fun, I can go on and on about her, but I think you know that I loved this grandmother for being there for me always and teaching me how to cook..God rest her soul.

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posted at 10/30/2008 12:34 AM EDT
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I loved reading the stories, the time with my mother and grandmothers was too short. Had they lived I know that they too would have been great teachers, because this was the kind of people they were.
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