Food Blogger’s After dinner, while my mom and grandma were off doing something, my sister and I would hang out with my grandpa in the living room watching TV and my grandpa would give us both “skewers” with a nice chunk of some sort of hard Italian cheese that we would roast in the fire and eat with bread. And we always had one of those takeout aluminum dishes full of chestnuts sitting in the fire roasting as well. It was a little feast in our living room, all the while my grandpa was enjoying it with a glass of red wine in his recliner relaxing and watching us. Good memories!! aggie goodman, Aggie’s Kitchen
Favorite Holiday Memories & traditi
WE DIDN’T ALWAYS HAVE THE TRADITIONAL AMERICAN FARE FOR OUR HOLIDAY MEALS. I REMEMBER ROLLING UP EGG ROLLS WITH MY MOM & MY SISTERS. WE LOVED DOING THAT & COULDN’T WAIT TO EAT THEM! TRIMMING THE TREE WITH CANDY CANES IS A FUN MEMORY I HAVE TOO.
Food is a big part of our family celebrations even today, it’s what brings us together.” julie deily, The Little Kitchen
g r e w u p i n O t tawa , O n ta r io . A ro u n d t h e h o l i day s , m y fa m i ly w o u l d a lway s g o s kat i n g o n t h e ca n a l , d ri n k ho t c ho co l at e a n d e at pi pi n g ho t b e av e rta i l s .
is n o t h i n g better than spending time w i t h fa m i ly e ati n g g r e at f oo d ! lauren from laurenslatest
“ Dashing off to Grand Cayman THE MORNING AFTER CHRISTMAS TO MEET UP WITH OUR WHOLE FAMILY. marla from family fresh cooking
Singing Christmas carols and decorating the tree with my family diane from created by diane
Burning my fingers while sprinkling powdered sugar over golden brown dough as soon as rosettes pop off my grandmother’s vintage rosette iron jenna from eat live run
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