Granny, grandma, grandmother, nana, nona. Whatever you called her we are celebrating her and time honored traditions this week. For us at MDF, our grandmas centered around cooking, eating and family. Their recipes were always lovingly prepared and harken back to a simpler time. Everything depended on what was at hand, available and fresh in the garden and nothing was ever wasted. No shortcuts were ever taken and many of the meals we have all grown so fond of, came out of the kitchen because of necessity to stretch a meal or a dollar.
Our grandmothers stories, recipes and wonderful anecdotes enriched our lives and awakened our love for food and feeding people.
Over the coming days we will share with you some charming stories, treasured family recipes, steeped in tradition and what we like to call “grandma-isms or our version of grandma sayings.” We would love to hear about your grandmother. What do you remember about her? Do you make recipes that she made for you as a child? Please connect with us in the comments section or on our Facebook page.
vintage place mat photo by Bob’s Your Uncle
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