So what do you remember about your kitchen as you were growing up? What all went on there besides cooking and dishwashing? Did your mom presideand how did you know it was her domain? Mom and Me in the Kitchen is filled with choice stories from bestselling cookbook author, Phyllis Pellman Good, along with her selection of stories and memories from the thousands of followers of the Fix-It and Forget-It.com blog and Facebook page. The memories and stories are deliciously entertaining! And they cover these subjects:
What mealtime was like in my childhood home.
What foods we each anticipated.
What happened to picky eaters.
Did everyone sit down and eat together?
What we talked about.
Kitchen accidents and embarrassing moments.
Was Mom home?
Who was involved.
A special meal that Mom made for me.
What was on the menu.
Why I''ll never forget it.
How I learned to cook.
It was all because of Mom. Or, it was all because Mom wasn''t there.
The first meal I made.
What I learned never to do again.
If I could go back to one time in the kitchen with Mom while I was growing up
Why that time still stands out to me.
Good chance you''ll laugh and cry. Guaranteed that you''ll revisit your own growing-up kitchen and think about life with your kids in the kitchen. These personal stories and tenderly told memories include choice recipes from some cherished moms!
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