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  1. #1
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    you by, which would you include?

    I'll go first.

    A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    included;

    My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    and the correct thickness of the slice;

    My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;

    I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;

    Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.

    I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.

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    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
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  2. #2
    Serene Guest

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    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?


    The only thing I can think of that my kids love of mine that isn't a
    recipe of my mom's is my orange chicken. The others would be my mom's:

    Fried chicken (or, as my nephew calls it, "Nana's Famous Fried Chicken")

    Lasagne

    Pot roast

    Cheesecake

    >
    > I'll go first.
    >
    > A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    > included;


    The latest thread on pirohy made me really really want to try them
    for myself. When I get paid, I plan to give it a shot.

    >
    > My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    > and the correct thickness of the slice;


    Washing machine, right? :-)

    >
    > My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    > freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;


    Nice!

    >
    > I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;
    >
    > Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.
    >
    > I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.
    >


    It sounds wonderful. I hope you do it.

    Serene

  3. #3
    Serene Guest

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    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?


    The only thing I can think of that my kids love of mine that isn't a
    recipe of my mom's is my orange chicken. The others would be my mom's:

    Fried chicken (or, as my nephew calls it, "Nana's Famous Fried Chicken")

    Lasagne

    Pot roast

    Cheesecake

    >
    > I'll go first.
    >
    > A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    > included;


    The latest thread on pirohy made me really really want to try them
    for myself. When I get paid, I plan to give it a shot.

    >
    > My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    > and the correct thickness of the slice;


    Washing machine, right? :-)

    >
    > My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    > freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;


    Nice!

    >
    > I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;
    >
    > Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.
    >
    > I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.
    >


    It sounds wonderful. I hope you do it.

    Serene

  4. #4
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Sun 25 May 2008 10:06:12p, Melba's Jammin' told us...

    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?
    >
    > I'll go first.
    >
    > A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    > included;
    >
    > My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    > and the correct thickness of the slice;
    >
    > My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    > freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;
    >
    > I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;
    >
    > Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.
    >
    > I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.
    >


    I'd have to say that the recipes I would write down would be recipes that
    were my own mother's. I would also note any modifications I have made to
    them. All would be written in great detail because that's why they turn
    out the way they do.

    Chicken Fried Steak
    Southern Fried Chicken
    Southern Pecan Pie
    Home Canned Tomato Juice Cocktail
    Pickled Beets (sorry Barb)

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  5. #5
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Sun 25 May 2008 10:06:12p, Melba's Jammin' told us...

    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?
    >
    > I'll go first.
    >
    > A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    > included;
    >
    > My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    > and the correct thickness of the slice;
    >
    > My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    > freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;
    >
    > I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;
    >
    > Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.
    >
    > I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.
    >


    I'd have to say that the recipes I would write down would be recipes that
    were my own mother's. I would also note any modifications I have made to
    them. All would be written in great detail because that's why they turn
    out the way they do.

    Chicken Fried Steak
    Southern Fried Chicken
    Southern Pecan Pie
    Home Canned Tomato Juice Cocktail
    Pickled Beets (sorry Barb)

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Sunday, 05(V)/25(XXV)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    Countdown till Memorial Day
    1hrs 50mins
    -------------------------------------------
    Few men have virtue to withstand the
    highest bidder. - G.Washington
    -------------------------------------------


  6. #6
    Leonard Blaisdell Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Melba's Jammin' <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?


    Pot roast.
    Chicken wok chow - what it sounds like with soy-ginger marinated chicken.
    Pork loin and Yorkshire pudding including gravy. Pork 'n York.
    Not cooking. Knife skills.
    Flipping an egg over easy. I've yet to master this.

    leo

  7. #7
    Leonard Blaisdell Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Melba's Jammin' <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?


    Pot roast.
    Chicken wok chow - what it sounds like with soy-ginger marinated chicken.
    Pork loin and Yorkshire pudding including gravy. Pork 'n York.
    Not cooking. Knife skills.
    Flipping an egg over easy. I've yet to master this.

    leo

  8. #8
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Sun 25 May 2008 11:41:00p, Leonard Blaisdell told us...

    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Melba's Jammin' <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >> If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >> you by, which would you include?

    >
    > Pot roast.
    > Chicken wok chow - what it sounds like with soy-ginger marinated chicken.
    > Pork loin and Yorkshire pudding including gravy. Pork 'n York.
    > Not cooking. Knife skills.
    > Flipping an egg over easy. I've yet to master this.
    >
    > leo
    >


    Flipping an egg over easy? Try using 2 spatulas, or a spatula and a fork
    to grab one edge of the cooked white to gently turn it over, rather than
    "flipping". Works a treat. When I "flip" them the yolk often breaks.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Sunday, 05(V)/25(XXV)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    Countdown till Memorial Day
    15mins
    -------------------------------------------
    I'm a Fun Guy from Yuggoth.
    -------------------------------------------



  9. #9
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Sun 25 May 2008 11:41:00p, Leonard Blaisdell told us...

    > In article <barbschaller-364C1[email protected]>,
    > Melba's Jammin' <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >> If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >> you by, which would you include?

    >
    > Pot roast.
    > Chicken wok chow - what it sounds like with soy-ginger marinated chicken.
    > Pork loin and Yorkshire pudding including gravy. Pork 'n York.
    > Not cooking. Knife skills.
    > Flipping an egg over easy. I've yet to master this.
    >
    > leo
    >


    Flipping an egg over easy? Try using 2 spatulas, or a spatula and a fork
    to grab one edge of the cooked white to gently turn it over, rather than
    "flipping". Works a treat. When I "flip" them the yolk often breaks.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Sunday, 05(V)/25(XXV)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    Countdown till Memorial Day
    15mins
    -------------------------------------------
    I'm a Fun Guy from Yuggoth.
    -------------------------------------------



  10. #10
    KW Guest

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    "Melba's Jammin'" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?
    >
    > I'll go first.


    OK, I'll play. (Limiting to 5 was tougher than I thought and this list would
    likely change if I pondered a while longer)

    1. BBQ - (Which is a noun here in Jawja meaning Smoked Pulled Pork.....not
    the word blasphemously used for slapping (insert your meat of choice) on a
    grill...that would be grilling :-) Although the instructions here would be
    more about process than *recipe* I took liberty here because (a) this is on
    my top 3 most requested specialties and (b) you opened the door with the
    whole "efficient way to wash the cukes" comment <g>

    2. Salsa - Including canning instructions of course

    3. White Chocolate Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake with Macadamia Nut Crust

    4. Brunswick Stew - Recipe handed down (and altered) through several
    generations on my Mom's side of the family

    5. Tossup between White Wings and Low-Country Boil


    >
    > I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.


    As it should be!

    KW

    >
    > --
    > -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    > Check my new ride: http://www.jamlady.eboard.com




  11. #11
    KW Guest

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    "Melba's Jammin'" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?
    >
    > I'll go first.


    OK, I'll play. (Limiting to 5 was tougher than I thought and this list would
    likely change if I pondered a while longer)

    1. BBQ - (Which is a noun here in Jawja meaning Smoked Pulled Pork.....not
    the word blasphemously used for slapping (insert your meat of choice) on a
    grill...that would be grilling :-) Although the instructions here would be
    more about process than *recipe* I took liberty here because (a) this is on
    my top 3 most requested specialties and (b) you opened the door with the
    whole "efficient way to wash the cukes" comment <g>

    2. Salsa - Including canning instructions of course

    3. White Chocolate Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake with Macadamia Nut Crust

    4. Brunswick Stew - Recipe handed down (and altered) through several
    generations on my Mom's side of the family

    5. Tossup between White Wings and Low-Country Boil


    >
    > I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.


    As it should be!

    KW

    >
    > --
    > -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    > Check my new ride: http://www.jamlady.eboard.com




  12. #12
    Nina Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Mon, 26 May 2008 00:06:12 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >you by, which would you include?


    I don't think that these are my *best* recipes, but they are the
    things that my son asks for again and again, and that's what family
    recipes are all about.

    Grilled chicken with my special marinade

    Salmon grilled with wasabi marinade and fresh avocado salsa

    Vegetables cooked properly (that is, not desperately overcooked as my
    mother always did). Especially zucchini and asparagus.

    Pan-fried crispy tilapia

    Lindy's style cheesecake (not exactly my invention)

    Nina
    <new here! hello>

  13. #13
    Nina Guest

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    On Mon, 26 May 2008 00:06:12 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >you by, which would you include?


    I don't think that these are my *best* recipes, but they are the
    things that my son asks for again and again, and that's what family
    recipes are all about.

    Grilled chicken with my special marinade

    Salmon grilled with wasabi marinade and fresh avocado salsa

    Vegetables cooked properly (that is, not desperately overcooked as my
    mother always did). Especially zucchini and asparagus.

    Pan-fried crispy tilapia

    Lindy's style cheesecake (not exactly my invention)

    Nina
    <new here! hello>

  14. #14
    Boron Elgar Guest

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    On Mon, 26 May 2008 00:06:12 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >you by, which would you include?
    >
    >I'll go first.
    >
    >A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    >included;
    >
    >My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    >and the correct thickness of the slice;
    >
    >My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    >freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;
    >
    >I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;
    >
    >Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.
    >
    >I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.



    This is a toughie...

    1 - Brisket

    2 - Challah

    3 - Potato latkes

    4 - Sour cream coffee cake

    5 - Turkey stuffing

    These are family comfort foods.. I realize the first three are
    variations on traditional Eastern European Jewish foods, but I don't
    make them at all as my mother did.

    boron

  15. #15
    Boron Elgar Guest

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    On Mon, 26 May 2008 00:06:12 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >you by, which would you include?
    >
    >I'll go first.
    >
    >A detailed recipe for making pirohy; a couple of fillings would be
    >included;
    >
    >My bread and butter pickles with tips on how to efficiently wash them
    >and the correct thickness of the slice;
    >
    >My cream cheese coffeecake with the notations about making six and
    >freezing them, and the story about one of its blue ribbons;
    >
    >I suppose I'd have to include The Brownies;
    >
    >Pot roast, including cut, prep, and what to do with the leftovers.
    >
    >I think those are less a sign of the times than they are a sign of me.



    This is a toughie...

    1 - Brisket

    2 - Challah

    3 - Potato latkes

    4 - Sour cream coffee cake

    5 - Turkey stuffing

    These are family comfort foods.. I realize the first three are
    variations on traditional Eastern European Jewish foods, but I don't
    make them at all as my mother did.

    boron

  16. #16
    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?
    >


    This is an interesting question, Barb, I've enjoyed reading the responses.
    When I was a kid, I always thought my mom was a decent cook. She stayed at
    home and made us breakfast, packed our lunches, made dinner and dessert -
    every day. She usually "winged" her recipes and never wrote them down.
    Some I've tried to prepare on my own, but it's never the same, you know what
    I mean?

    The few she has written down that I'd pass along if I *had* anyone to pass
    them to are:

    My grandmother's German potato salad
    My grandmother's German red cabbage
    My grandmother's chicken noel (chicken baked in mushroom soup with sherry)
    My grandmother's roast pork and sauerkraut
    My grandmother's German egg pancakes (like crepes)

    Okay, so they're all my grandmother's recipes. LOL. Funny thing is that I
    only met my grandmother, twice before she died, and I don't remember it
    because I was really little. :~)

    kili



  17. #17
    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    > If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    > you by, which would you include?
    >


    This is an interesting question, Barb, I've enjoyed reading the responses.
    When I was a kid, I always thought my mom was a decent cook. She stayed at
    home and made us breakfast, packed our lunches, made dinner and dessert -
    every day. She usually "winged" her recipes and never wrote them down.
    Some I've tried to prepare on my own, but it's never the same, you know what
    I mean?

    The few she has written down that I'd pass along if I *had* anyone to pass
    them to are:

    My grandmother's German potato salad
    My grandmother's German red cabbage
    My grandmother's chicken noel (chicken baked in mushroom soup with sherry)
    My grandmother's roast pork and sauerkraut
    My grandmother's German egg pancakes (like crepes)

    Okay, so they're all my grandmother's recipes. LOL. Funny thing is that I
    only met my grandmother, twice before she died, and I don't remember it
    because I was really little. :~)

    kili



  18. #18
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Mon 26 May 2008 06:17:40a, Nina told us...

    > On Mon, 26 May 2008 00:06:12 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >>If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >>you by, which would you include?

    >
    > I don't think that these are my *best* recipes, but they are the
    > things that my son asks for again and again, and that's what family
    > recipes are all about.
    >
    > Grilled chicken with my special marinade
    >
    > Salmon grilled with wasabi marinade and fresh avocado salsa
    >
    > Vegetables cooked properly (that is, not desperately overcooked as my
    > mother always did). Especially zucchini and asparagus.
    >
    > Pan-fried crispy tilapia
    >
    > Lindy's style cheesecake (not exactly my invention)
    >
    > Nina
    > <new here! hello>
    >


    Hello, Nina! And welcome to rfc!

    BTW, not a foolish question, but do you pronounce your name N(eye)na or
    N(ee)na? I ask because the name is the same as one of my co-workers and
    she pronounces it N(ee)na. I have rarely heard it pronounced that way
    before.

    Oh, I couldn't agree more about vegetable cooking. Probably most here on
    rfc would agree. Sometimes I think the overcooking was a "generational"
    thing.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Monday, 05(V)/26(XXVI)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    Today is: Memorial Day
    -------------------------------------------
    What do you want me to do, learn to
    stutter?
    -------------------------------------------



  19. #19
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Mon 26 May 2008 06:17:40a, Nina told us...

    > On Mon, 26 May 2008 00:06:12 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >>If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >>you by, which would you include?

    >
    > I don't think that these are my *best* recipes, but they are the
    > things that my son asks for again and again, and that's what family
    > recipes are all about.
    >
    > Grilled chicken with my special marinade
    >
    > Salmon grilled with wasabi marinade and fresh avocado salsa
    >
    > Vegetables cooked properly (that is, not desperately overcooked as my
    > mother always did). Especially zucchini and asparagus.
    >
    > Pan-fried crispy tilapia
    >
    > Lindy's style cheesecake (not exactly my invention)
    >
    > Nina
    > <new here! hello>
    >


    Hello, Nina! And welcome to rfc!

    BTW, not a foolish question, but do you pronounce your name N(eye)na or
    N(ee)na? I ask because the name is the same as one of my co-workers and
    she pronounces it N(ee)na. I have rarely heard it pronounced that way
    before.

    Oh, I couldn't agree more about vegetable cooking. Probably most here on
    rfc would agree. Sometimes I think the overcooking was a "generational"
    thing.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Monday, 05(V)/26(XXVI)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    Today is: Memorial Day
    -------------------------------------------
    What do you want me to do, learn to
    stutter?
    -------------------------------------------



  20. #20
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Spin-off of Squeaks' Family Recipe Collections and Nostalgia

    On Mon 26 May 2008 06:36:58a, kilikini told us...

    > Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    >> Waxing wistful for Mom's own words has me posing this to you:
    >> If you were to hand write, say, five recipes for your kids to remember
    >> you by, which would you include?
    >>

    >
    > This is an interesting question, Barb, I've enjoyed reading the
    > responses. When I was a kid, I always thought my mom was a decent cook.
    > She stayed at home and made us breakfast, packed our lunches, made
    > dinner and dessert - every day. She usually "winged" her recipes and
    > never wrote them down. Some I've tried to prepare on my own, but it's
    > never the same, you know what I mean?
    >
    > The few she has written down that I'd pass along if I *had* anyone to
    > pass them to are:
    >
    > My grandmother's German potato salad
    > My grandmother's German red cabbage
    > My grandmother's chicken noel (chicken baked in mushroom soup with
    > sherry) My grandmother's roast pork and sauerkraut
    > My grandmother's German egg pancakes (like crepes)
    >
    > Okay, so they're all my grandmother's recipes. LOL. Funny thing is
    > that I only met my grandmother, twice before she died, and I don't
    > remember it because I was really little. :~)
    >
    > kili
    >
    >
    >


    Wow, Kili, I would love all of those recipes. I love German food!

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Monday, 05(V)/26(XXVI)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    Today is: Memorial Day
    -------------------------------------------
    Alaska is a Third World country; it's
    just one that we happen to own.
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