The Coffee Shop – Grandmas Project – Knedle

The Coffee Shop is an open thread-style discussion forum for human interest news of the day.

From Chaï Chaï Films:  GRANDMAS PROJECT is a webseries – under the patronage of UNESCO – sharing the stories and recipes of grandmas around the world, filmed by their grandchildren.”

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This is an open thread. There are several hosts, each host being responsible for picking a “theme of the day” and starting the discussion. However, there is no hard and fast rule about staying on topic, especially if you have a personal story burning a hole in your pocket trying to escape.
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2 Responses to The Coffee Shop – Grandmas Project – Knedle

  1. wordcloud9 says:

    Thanks Joy –

    What a charming idea! Good for UNESCO.

    I missed that experience with my grandmothers – by the time I came along, neither one of them really cooked.

    I did spend some time in the kitchen with my Great Aunts, who were still cooking into their 90s. I’ve never been able to duplicate their ‘burnt’ frosting for spice cake – an accidental discovery that really added to the flavor – not really burned, of course, but scorched just the tiniest bit. They were from the ‘a pinch of this and a handful of that’ school of the culinary arts, so nothing was written down.

  2. Good morning, Nona. We lived with my grandparents on a dairy farm when I was very small, and I was Grandma’s shadow, following her everywhere as she went through her daily routine – gathering eggs, picking berries, cooking … it was a sweet time.

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