Better late than never… thanks for your patience, everyone! November’s Family Recipes will be hosted by HoneyB at The Life & Loves of Grumpy’s HoneyBunch, and the due date is Nov. 30.
Lynda, of Lynda’s Recipe Box shared with us her family’s standby Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe. And they look perfect, too–take it from a connoisseur! Missouri, USA
Josie, of 1 Kitchen, 2 Dogs & A Girl, submitted the Canned (Spicy) Bread & Butter Pickles she made with my mom–and which they have still not taught me to make and I am rather bitter 😉 but we’ll just skip over that. Seriously, go check out the pickles–they’re awesome. Columbus, Ohio, USA
I think I need Hilda, of Dhanggit’s Kitchen, to send me some of her aunt’s Dinuguan (Pork Blood Stew), which she made recently for her sick daughter. Sounds like just what the doctor ordered! Southern France
Cool Lassi(e) of Pan Gravy Kadai Curry shares with us her recipe for Stuffed Mini Eggplants In Kadai Gravy, many variations of which her mother made while she was growing up. USA
HoneyB of The Life & Loves of Grumpy’s HoneyBunch shared with us her daughter in law Kristina’s Loaded Potato Soup. Serious comfort food! New York, USA
Deepika of My Life And Spice made her mother’s Moong Dal Halwa, a simple but sophisticated dessert using roasted moong dal. Philadelphia, PA, USA
Gloria of Canela Kitchen’s Recipes shared with us her Spanish grandmother’s Petit Madelaines. Santiago, Chile
Deepti of My Kitchen’s Aroma made her mother’s Pumpkin Pooris (Squash Sweet Hearts) in the shape of squash–adapting the recipe using American ingredients. USA
And last we have my submission of my mother’s Gingersnaps, made for me by my mom herself while I had bronchitis recently. Aren’t moms the best? SW Ohio, USA
noble pig says
That loaded potato soup calls to me.
Great round up Laura! I love seeing all the family recipes that keep living on!
So much great looking stuff!
A lovely round up, nice recipes,Laura gloria