When I was a kid, I would watch my Italian grandmother's cook. They were wizards in the kitchen.
The never measured anything. They never used a recipe. But everything they made came out perfect.
I asked them a number of times to tell me their secrets… sadly I only learned one recipe, spaghetti sauce.
They both laughed when I asked them food related questions.
They could easily tell me what went into each dish.
But, they explained, they could not tell me the exact amounts.
They were not sure.
They did not know themselves.
They had never written anything down.
It was all permanently etched in their soul.
And that's how they cooked, from their soul.
My grandmothers created soul food. Italian soul food.
You can discover my grandmother's secrets, here:
They both gave me the following cooking advice:
"Put in a little bit of this and a little bit of that".
I told them I had no idea what they meant.
"Put in enough spice until it tastes right," they explained.
I always remembered what they said. I just wish there was a way for me to learn how they made their food taste the way they did.
I thought all of my grandmothers recipes had been lost.
I recently discovered a resource which was like stepping back in time.
Picture yourself, having a priceless road map which shows you how to make
all of those old recipes of real Italian food with easy step by step directions.
I want to offer you an opportunity to discover this amazing resouce.
I edtied it, added some to it and renamed it.
grandmothers were when they cooked.
They were happy when they cooked. And you were happy when you ate their food…
And you always ate..Or else!
Here is where you can take a peek:
You can be cooking like my grandmothers cooked, immediately!
At that page you will read the story of how I learned to cook like my grandmothers.
I never did. Until now….
And you can have the same secrets that I have…
You can listen to a tale of Grandma Grande's cooking, here:
You can learn to cook like Grandma Grande,