Heirloom Meals: Savoring Yesterday's Traditions Today

Wednesday March 24, 2010

Heirloom Meals Radio:
Julie Gale’s Love Affair with Cooking

Julie Gale shares that her family was obsessed with food and she is a chip of the old block. Spend an hour listening to Julie's stories of her two grandmothers different experiences with cooking, her parents passion for discovering and making the world's cuisines and her very own journey to starting a cooking school.

Visit Julie's website: www.atthekitchentablecookingschool.com

I've got some of Julie's great recipes to share. I need a week off to try all these amazing dishes!!

Monday March 08, 2010

Heirloom Meals Radio:
Kay Taygen’s Southern Heritage

Kay Taygen, a daughter of the American Revolution, whose family tree dates back to the 17th century, cooking traditions are rooted in her southern upbringing but span the globe through her life. Hear Kay share tales of the farm and living off the land and then how her marriage to a Turkish/Russian Vegetarian expanded her culinary repertoire,


I scanned some of Kay's recipes and will share with you as I make them. Although, I might not make scrapple grin

Enjoy the interview!

Wednesday March 03, 2010

Heirloom Meals Radio:
Tony Simotes’ Reflections on Growing up Greek-American Mid-century

Spend an hour listening to Tony Simotes, Artistic Director of Shakespeare and Company share his childhood memories of growing up Greek-American in Joliet, Il, son of a Greek grocer, with his Dad's desire to be all American and shed his Greek roots and his Mom's efforts to keep the Greek traditions.

Look forward to a future blog post for Mrs. Simotes' recipes for Avgolemono Soup and Angolemono Sauce, Rice Pudding and more. And I will try and recreate the soup Tony described on my blog this weekend.

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