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My Mom at one time lived with us. Eery Sunday we had chicken for dinner, and Mom would make the noodles. My two daughters just loved them. One Sunday after Mom had passed away, I thought that I would
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My Mom's Noodles

posted at 12/7/2009 7:36 AM EST
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My Mom at one time lived with us. Eery Sunday we had chicken for dinner, and Mom would make the noodles. My two daughters just loved them. One Sunday after Mom had passed away, I thought that I would try my hand at noodle making.
I knew that I had done something right when both of my daughter's told me my noodles were just like like Grandma's lumpy noodles and that they were so good.

My Mom's Noodles

posted at 12/7/2009 7:52 AM EST
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First: 9/9/2008
Last: 4/16/2014
What a great compliment for you! Always nice when kids acknowledge your effort. Thanks for sharing.

My Mom's Noodles

posted at 12/7/2009 9:58 AM EST
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First: 2/22/2009
Last: 12/20/2010
Your Mom was smiling in Heaven!!!! How great.

My Mom's Noodles

posted at 12/7/2009 12:03 PM EST
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First: 6/28/2009
Last: 10/18/2010
Keep up with the noodle making. I have found that it is also a "lost art". I make them every Thanksgiving. This year my 7 yr old grandson was here when we started making them. He was fasinated with the whole process. Then at the dinner he proudly told that he helped make them. Since there was only a little leftover, he wanted to take them home. So keep on making the noodles and your family will remember that, and enjoy eating them too.

My Mom's Noodles

posted at 12/7/2009 9:09 PM EST
Posts: 632
First: 8/7/2008
Last: 10/4/2010
Thanks for sharing and teach your daughters how to make the noodles too. Your Mom's legacy will go on forever.

My Mom's Noodles

posted at 12/8/2009 1:31 AM EST
Posts: 432
First: 9/19/2008
Last: 9/20/2010
As they say, your Mom may have been at your side during preperation

Re: My Mom's Noodles

posted at 4/19/2011 12:35 PM EDT
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First: 1/30/2010
Last: 1/22/2013
Your kids will always remember you making those noodles.   A great skill to pass on to them too.

Re: My Mom's Noodles

posted at 4/19/2011 2:44 PM EDT
Posts: 652
First: 10/4/2008
Last: 4/16/2014
I love making noodles!  They taste so much better than those from the supermarket!  It's a bit hard on the back and also the hands; but I still think it is worth it!  My Aunt (my Father's twin Sister) taught me "noodle making" when I was just a tyke!  Somehow, the technique stays with you forever..............right along with the memories!

Re: My Mom's Noodles

posted at 4/19/2011 4:40 PM EDT
Posts: 1819
First: 9/9/2008
Last: 4/16/2014
I agree, noodle making is becoming a "lost art" .  I remember my Grandma making noodles all the time when I was very young.  But that was such a long time ago lol.  I may just try my hand at making them one of these days when I find some time.  Great memories never fade away.

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