Most of us have a memory of a food that takes us back to our childhood.
Our appetite for Mom’s cooking remains, long after the plates are cleaned.
It doesn’t matter whether your mom worked daily magic in the kitchen or saw a kindred spirit in the canned-soup shtick. What you take away , the part that stays with you longer than the taste of her two-day spaghetti sauce is that her efforts nourished your spirit as much as they filled your stomach. It was love, through food, expressed in ways great and small.
Our happiest moments are often tied to the joy of eating together with family and … What do you remember about your mom and her cooking?
Let’s give them props for all that hard work ad family recipes that will live on for generations to come.