Posts tagged from granny's kitchen
Holiday Recipe: Mexican Cornbread

The holiday season brings its own brand of nostalgia for me on a personal level, and each Christmas, I try to make at least one of my Granny’s recipes to fill our bellies and hearts with Granny’s love and memories. When I released From Granny’s Kitchen in 2016, my main goal was to keep Granny’s legacy alive through her recipes. That still holds true today and will in the future. This year, I’m making a couple of batches of her famed Mexican cornbread. Here’s the recipe, from my kitchen to yours.

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Mental Health Moments: My Road to Grief Acceptance

I’m of the opinion that you never fully get over the loss of someone you love. The grieving process takes different forms over time, and I have reached the final level of acceptance; however, that doesn’t mean I still don’t break down over a smell, a photograph, a piece of her kitchen wallpaper in the cabinet I know have that was once hers. I do know that I have to move on without her while also keeping her legacy alive for generations to come. I resolved to come up with ways to manage my grief, like writing stories about her, creating an heirloom cookbook and being comforted by using her dishes in my house.

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Make A Simple Apple Bread Recipe This Holiday Season

Nothing feels more like my childhood than immersing all six of my senses in recipes from bygone days. This family heirloom apple bread recipe will leave your heart (and belly) full. 

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Create An Heirloom Cookbook to Honor a Loved One

Heirloom projects provide a sense of purpose, pride and comfort after the passing of a loved one. They come in the form of cookbooks, videos, photo projects and more that expand your skill set and showcase your expertise. 

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