Tree Classics celebrates a nostalgic and fulfilling Mother’s Day with precious memories and hearty recipes from the amazing women in our lives. Jen Lutz and our amazing blogger friends share their fondest moments and favorite food staples from their mothers and grandmas in our A Taste of Home series. Continue reading “A Taste of Home: Heartwarming Memories and Recipes for Mother’s Day” →
“Tomorrow, St. Patrick’s Day, would be my grandmother’s 89th birthday. I’m often asked from where I gather my inspiration in the kitchen. It’s all her. She passed in 2011. I started my blog two weeks later.”
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“We eat these fudge brownies every 4th of July and every Christmas with Nana’s homemade Peppermint Ice Cream. The combination is quite other-worldly. There is only one thing better than these fudge brownies, and that is: these fudge brownies with a side of peppermint ice cream.”
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“Speaking of Josh’s grandma, I really feel like I could write a million blog posts about how wonderful she was. She was such a kind person and had the best sense of humor. It was literally impossible to not crack a smile when you were around her.
My favorite memory of her was the time she got up on the dance floor at our wedding and danced like no one was watching. Although she’s no longer with us, one thing that we will always have is the memories and her amazing bread pudding recipe.”
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“It seemed that my grandma could make ambrosia appear out of thin air, and we never ran out. How is that possible?!
Actually, it’s possible when you’re talking about an Italian lady who felt that the best way to show people you love them is to feed them. Then feed them some more. Then, even when they’re so full they can barely speak, you urge them to eat more, claiming that you hardly saw anything on their plate. That’s love.”
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