This is a picture of me with Gran’s hand pinching my face next to a picture in an article of Grandma baking. I didn’t get to know either of my Grandpas very well, but both of my Grandmas were a very big part of my life. Grandma, my dad’s mom, lived 2 hours North of
I had some walnuts in my cupboard, so I used them today and made some banana bread. I first used my Gran’s recipe on Banana Bread Day (follow that link for the post and recipe). I’ve made it a few times since then and I think I’m getting better each time. This picture makes me feel
Check me out. Pulling off the buzzed head even then. I didn’t get to spend enough time with my mom because she passed away when I was just little. We didn’t get to know each other as well as we should have. If you asked me today what I want more than anything else, I’d say “to
My Gran made amazing banana bread. Today I tried out her recipe for the first time. It makes a lot, so we actually made 3 different loaves. 2 of them had chocolate chips. Yum. Here is the recipe: We had 1 real pan and 2 tinfoil pans. The real pan turned out the best, in
I have a lot of things. Chocolate Chip Cookies are one of them. I made countless batches for friends when I was in high school, and every Christmas the neighbors get a plate. My Gran has a fantastic recipe that I use when I’m home and have access to a legit kitchen.