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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 11/5/2009 5:13 PM EST
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These sort of stories are what I know best. My grandmother was the best cook ever. Her Irish background brought all the best recipes to the table.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 11/11/2009 1:19 PM EST
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It is the traditions that keep families strong. How sad for the children growing up without the guidance, wisdom, acceptance, and teachings of wise elders.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 11/13/2009 7:45 AM EST
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wonderful story :)

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 11/24/2009 5:12 AM EST
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Great story!

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 11/24/2009 5:25 PM EST
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Wonderful story!! I am trying to do this with my children as I had very few experiences with my own grandparents.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 11/28/2009 6:29 AM EST
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I loved your story. I miss my grandmother so much, especially this time of year.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 12/4/2009 1:01 AM EST
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This story has touched my heart. I have only one Grandma left. She is THE go-to person for answers on cooking or baking. I always say, "Nobody knows cooking like Grandma!"

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 12/26/2009 12:02 AM EST
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My paternal grandmother was one of the grandest people that has graced my life! She was knowledgeable about almost everything, and her cooking and dressmaking skills were beyond anything that other local women knew. She could do more with grapes and peaches that I ever thought possible, and I still dream of eating her grape butter and her peach fried pies! As a child, I spent many, many hours in the kitchen with "Mammaw"; she was such a special person!

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 12/29/2009 1:48 PM EST
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Lovely memory!

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/2/2010 6:40 AM EST
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My dear grandmothers are both gone but the memories from your story filled me with tender feelings. I don't think I would be the cook I am today without my grandmothers.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/3/2010 3:17 AM EST
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That is a wonderful story and touched many memories of my own. Thanks for sharing.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/7/2010 9:45 AM EST
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I love your story and hope that one day my kids will have such wonderful memories too..

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/8/2010 12:31 AM EST
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I loved your story. I'm passing things on down the line to my daughter and grand-daughters that was passed on to me. Also like you I love the stories that goes along with the learning. It keeps families alive for years to come even when they're gone. Linda

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/9/2010 4:40 PM EST
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I loved this story. I feel that way about the recipes I have from my mother. I still make pies the way she taught me and that is the way her mother taught her. Now, my girls do it the same way. Traditions are wonderful.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/10/2010 6:18 AM EST
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I loved this story! It brought back memories of helping my mother and grandmother cook and learning their ways of cooking. I sure miss them!! but when i am cooking or baking, I know they are with me, because I can still hear them, "put a little more of this or more of that", "dont stir too much". thanks for the memories.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/11/2010 12:25 PM EST
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I remember sitting in my grandmother's kitchen so many years ago and watching her cook vegetable soup and make cornbread in her big baclk cast iron skillet. Your memories stirred memories of my grandmother and all my mother, aunts and grandmother taught me.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/13/2010 12:27 AM EST
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I loved that story, but I remember some of that from my great grandmother. She was a awesome cook and she made the best apple pies!! She lost her eye site in later years and she still made the best apple pies!! She has been gone for over 30yrs now, and I do miss her!! My grandmother was a good cook as well...and she never shared any of her recipes or tips. I can cook, but nothing tastes like either one of them made!!

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/17/2010 10:32 AM EST
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My friends' great-grandmother would bake bread in a cast iron stove that had a little oven in the stovepipe. This is where she would bake her bread. I have never had anything so delieous ever or ever again. The great-grandmother was very old and deaf. I remember giving her a hug as thanks and received a smile in return.

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/26/2010 3:57 AM EST
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That is a wonderful stories.you can learn so much from your parents and grandparents.thank you for sharing.God bless you

Tradations Are The Recipes Of Tomorrow

posted at 1/27/2010 9:36 AM EST
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You are very lucky. I think that too many times things are prepackaged for easy preparation that we some the fact that homemade not only tastes better but brings us closer together. Reading this reminds me of that. It also enforces my thought that no age is too small in the kitchen as a good memory lasts forever.
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