As a child I hated meatloaf. After growing up and being forced on a few occasions to eat (or at least pretend to eat) meatloaf other than my moms, I realized that her meatloaf was not as bad as the average meatloaf. Then, as I began cooking on my own, I learned how to take mom’s […]
Last Thanksgiving, 2009, I posted recalling how much work my mother and other mothers in her era worked to host a family Thanksgiving dinner. I just can’t begin planning, shopping, cooking and not think fondly about my mom. This will be my first Thanksgiving since my mother passed away on June 9th of this year. Though […]
You can now submit your recipes by clicking “Submit Recipe” above or by clicking here. Also here is video from the 2010 Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk that my family participated in.
Below is a photo montage of my mother that we played at her funeral.
Mary McCasland Gordon April 30, 1931-June 9, 2010 This is my first blog since May 9, 2010. That day, I posted my mom’s Strawberry Freezer Jam. I knew then that the coming month would be hectic and it was, but I really had no idea just what lie ahead. My parents 64th wedding anniversary was […]
My mom, Mary McCasland Gordon Strawberry Freezer Jam I am not a breakfast person, that is unless you are taking about a Starbucks frapuccino at noon. Now that is a great breakfast! But if you must, then my mom’s strawberry freezer jam is the best. As a matter of fact, I can hardly bring myself […]
Easy Cherry Cheesecake When I was in high school during the 1970’s I belonged to a girls service club called Rainbow Girls. We served meals to the elderly, raised money for computers in schools, read to children in schools and decorated a few parade floats in my parents garage. My mother was our Mother Advisor […]