They go by many names – Grandma, Nonna, Oma, Granny, and Gram to name a few.
Their cooking influenced not only what we ate, but what the entire family enjoyed.
Our Family Cookbook Editors have preserved some of their grandmother’s recipes so that they can be passed down to future generations and help their memories live on forever.
Here are over 1,000 recipes From our grandmothers for you to enjoy.
Be sure to check out Granny Peatie’s Scottish Shortbread
This is a recipe I found in my own Gram Helen’s recipe box from her husband’s grandmother in St Andrews, Scotland back in the late 1800s. I now make it at least several times a year and every time I do, I think of my Great-Great-Granny Euphemia Summers Peatie.
Bill Rice is Founder and Co-Publisher of the Great Family Cookbook Project, a website that helps families and individuals collect, preserve and share food memories by creating their own printed personal cookbooks. He is the author of The Wellfleet Oyster Cookbook and the Cape Cod Cocktail Cookbook (Available on Amazon), both created using FamilyCookbookProject.com. He is also editor of the Donovan Family Cookbook, now it’s third printing and is an avid genealogist tracing his family back to the 1600’s.
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