I’m rekindling my family recipe project. We all have memories tied to food. The healing properties of Mamaw’s chicken and rice. Standing on the kitchen stool to help…
Last year when we were celebrating family recipes with Project STIR I learned a lot about different holidays, and decided to feature some of them here on the blog.
My mom’s pound cake. I remember her making it all the time as a kid, and when I grew up and came home to visit, she would always make me one to take back to my dorm and share with my lucky friends. It just tastes like home to me.
This blog post is packed full of priceless photos of Mary Kathleen making a family recipe with her daughter. And that’s what Project STIR is all about.
I connected with April through the link up at Adventures of Mel. I invited her to participate in our first Venture Link Up and have been enjoying her content ever since!
Hello, I’m Buse. I’m an artsy person from Izmir Turkey who lives in Istanbul. I love to do DIY stuff, all kinds of arts & crafts. I’m a freelance musician and an event organizer.
While writing is my trade, I have always loved to cook, and I grow a lot of my own produce, participate in a CSA, and usually spend no less than an hour on every dinner I make!
To this day, the smells of certain dishes make me smile and remember my childhood. Faworki remind me of New Year an Carnaval season, and of course they are delicious!