Many of these old fashioned recipes have been in our family 30 to 40 years or more. Mother got the Pumpkin Pie Recipe from a Good Housekeeping magazine in 1937. Our family enjoys this every year at our Thanksgiving dinner.
The Old Fashioned Banana Pudding recipe came from my mother-in-law,who got it from someone who served it at a public school picnic in the early 1950's.
The $100.00 Chocolate Cake Recipe (the original version) and others were ordered from a magazine ad in the late 1970's for twenty-five cents each.
Yes, some of these were made up as the cook went along. All have delightful stories behind them. They have been selected for their best of taste and time tested as old fashioned recipes.
You will discover that many of these will take you back in time, to fond memories.
Who can't remember Mama or Grandma, with an apron tied around her waist, those beads of sweat on her face from the hot stove, skirtingaround the kitchen tasting and testing this and that, to ensure her family had a perfect meal?
Who can't remember the aroma of her homemade Chicken And Dumplings simmering on the stove?
Or the the tantalizing smell of her yeast rolls and the taste that was like no other?
Then there were the desserts. Oh, my! Delectable puddings and cobblers, luscious frosted cakes, and mile high pies.
Small wonder back in those days so many kitchens were called "The Family Room".
They are food formulas that favor or embrace the methods, styles, flavors and tastes of times past.
On this Website I bring you heritage recipes made from scratch (with few exceptions), that have been enjoyed for many years.
I want you to experience or have access to those you might have had and lost, or wanted to try and didn't, or simply never owned.
My wish is that you enjoy these and pass them down to your family and friends as they were to me. A true tradition!
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