We Are Going To Make My Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies
Hi Grandma, What Are We Cooking This Weekend?
That One Was My Great Grandma's She Brought It with Her From Maine
Where Did This Cookbook Come From?
What's The First Step?
Grab The Sugar From The Top Self And Two Eggs From The Fridge
Growing up my grandma and I shared a very special bond. She cooked for all of our family gatherings. Almost every weekend she would take me to her house and teach me how to cook a new family recipe.
Grandma, We're Going To Have To Try Again
Grandma had recipe books everywhere and she was always finding new recipes to try on the internet. We would spend hours talking and looking at old recipes and new.
Then I Guess It's A Good Thing We Can Try Again
I Burned The First Batch
Grandma felt that it was very important to pass down her recipes to the younger generation. She said that if we cooked her food then she would always be with us even when she was gone.
The Best One's You've Made Yet!
What Do You Think Grandma?
Sometimes I would make a mess or I wouldn't get the recipe right.
Grandma never worried about the mess, she always said that a clean kitchen made for an unhappy home. She always reminded me, that just like anything else cooking takes practice.
Grandma told me she loves to cook because food is what brings a family together. Even though we can't cook like this anymore her stories and lessons are always with me when I'm in the kitchen. Now she sits while I cook, she's my professional taste tester.