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Tradition is a big deal in south Alabama.My mother gave me the love of making candy and boy do I make it at Christmas.I am not so sure that any of my children have taken up my love for candy making,bu
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Memories from my mother!

posted at 12/27/2012 3:58 PM EST
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Tradition is a big deal in south Alabama.My mother gave me the love of making candy and boy do I make it at Christmas.I am not so sure that any of my children have taken up my love for candy making,but all 3 of my boys ,all grown now,love to cook.My youngest has taken on my love for baking bread.As a child he would come home from school and smell the aroma of fresh bread and take a loaf and eat half of it hot with peanut butter now that is liking bread!!! He make his own pizza,all from scratch,french bread,rolls and just loves to try new recipes.(I am sure his bride likes for him to cook)
    I thank the Lord for being born in a souther home full of flavors and aromas that gave us so much pleasure and the love of cooking.


  Happy cooking and baking in 1213!!!!!Kiss

Re: Memories from my mother!

posted at 12/27/2012 5:28 PM EST
Posts: 336
First: 11/28/2008
Last: 3/1/2014
What a wonderful story & a legacy you have pasted to your boys!

Re: Memories from my mother!

posted at 12/27/2012 10:49 PM EST
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First: 9/9/2008
Last: 4/20/2014
What a wonderful way to keep tradition alive.  My son and my daughter were never too interested in being in the kitchen unless it was to eat, or sample lol.  However, when my son moved out on his own he decided he needed to eat more than ramen noodles.  So he started cooking every day, calling me if he had trouble with a recipe.  Then he would call and ask for recipes of things from his childhood.  Now he's a very accomplished cook and even made, and bottled,  his own "hot wings" sauce.

My daughter now cooks too, especially since she decided to go vegetarian but loves to bake more.  I know she's been peaking at my cookie recipes lol. 

Re: Memories from my mother!

posted at 1/5/2013 6:56 PM EST
Posts: 336
First: 11/28/2008
Last: 3/1/2014
Bet there will be new memories in the making!

Re: Memories from my mother!

posted at 3/6/2013 4:35 PM EST
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First: 2/14/2013
Last: 1/9/2014
Amen to the southern thing my friend,  I was born and raised on southern cooking and admit I am parcel to it.  Thanks for sharing a nice story

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