Life at № 42 by E.M. Coutinho
Sorry to hear of your loss, pink. the recipie looks wonderful. alas it will be a month until I can try it since it is D-Day for the great kitchen remodel. Much noise currently with the demo.
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Looks easy and tasty! The last time I made a scratch stock for chicken noodle soup I asked hub to finish it while I was out by adding the egg noodles. He added the entire package. Cry? Laugh? Oh well. Noodle brick glue. Note to self: men need specific directions. I think he could follow these directions 😊
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I live in a city in the US and more and more people seem not to cook. I can get delicious meals delivered for a couple of dollars from dozens of local restaurants. I was wondering about this until I saw a survey indicating that large swaths of my neighbors don’t know how to cook. This is a tragedy.
I was taught at home. I cooked dinner for my family for the first time at the age of nine. Feeding people is an important source of social glue. If kids live in their rooms with their media and meals microwaved, they may never learn a thing about who their parent’s are.
I have a quite full folder on my desktop of recipes I want to try. I will add this one.
I will certainly try this recipe, & hopefully with rabbit too, although it’s getting harder to find anyone who sells wild ones. My cat often catches them, but tends to eat most of them before bringing the remains home, so he cannot be relied on. I think a good recipe is a wonderful way to remember someone special.
A good way to remember someone…I remember friends now gone when I cook their specialities and it brings them back to me as they were when we were together.
Yes! My Mother cooked only Hungarian dishes. I cooked mainly French and Italian. Since her death though, I’ve found myself cooking Hungarian dishes more and more. It wasn’t a deliberate or conscious thing, but yes, I often think of Mum as cook something she taught me to make. 🙂
Food is so intimately connected to memories, and it sounds as though you have some wonderful memories of your friend to treasure, not least her recipe book! I can imagine that you’re very sad at knowing that you’ll not be able to chat with her any longer!!
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