Family Traditions

What is the origin/ true name of my Grandma's "Chalamata Salad"?

by Dmzimmermd 2 months ago

When I was a child my Grandma, who spoke yiddish, slovak and hungarian, and lived there in varanno hungary (born in 1...


agika commented 1 month ago

Zwieback in Twin Cities

by roosterjen 1 year ago

Has anyone seen Zwieback toast for sale in the Twin Cities? I am craving the old fashioned cheese torte my grandmoth...


prasantrin commented 1 year ago

my family has a strange tradition when we are sick.

by vixenchild333 2 years ago

Since I was a little girl, every time I got sick my mom would either poach or soft boil eggs, put them in a mug, and ...


nlgardener commented 2 years ago

Do you pray before a meal?

by hairylegshoolihan 2 years ago

Now, my mother was a Sunday School teacher, my father was a deacon in the local Baptist church, and my brother was th...


MattHooper commented 2 years ago

Ethnic origins & cooking

by recipesinmydreams 2 years ago

What are your ethnic origins & how much do they influence your cooking ? My mom was Dutch & Irish & most of all south...


Harters commented 2 years ago

Are you THE cook in your family?

by Regnes 2 years ago

As in, are you the person in the family that when people think of as the most talented at producing great dishes. If ...


Dogboa commented 2 years ago

When do you eat your salad?

by Jpan99 2 years ago

Before the entree? With the entree? After the entree? We grew up eating salad with the main meal, as a veget...

kobuta commented 2 years ago

Pie Crust top crust designs, any family traditions?

by Kevin Andrew Murphy 10 years ago

I just made three pies last night, remembering my grandmother who'd taught me how to make pie crust years ago. One o...

blue room commented 5 years ago

carrying on a family tradition

by Markari 6 years ago

For 15 years my father made a flour-less, chocolate, scotch, bundt cake for Christmas that looked like it had two lay...

Antilope commented 6 years ago

Family traditional Easter eats

by berkleybabe 16 years ago

Ham and lamb are traditional foods for Easter, but do others have interesting other traditions? My brother-in-law, wh...


berkleybabe commented 16 years ago

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