It is wonderful to think of the amazing women in my life on Mother’s Day and always. Here I am pictured with my paternal and maternal grandmothers. Both women are amazing. They raised large families on small incomes and had to be resourceful and hard working. They are both loving, charitable women whom I look up to very much. I am so grateful for their examples and many lessons they have taught me. My grandmother on the right with the beautiful silvery white hair is the one who taught me how to make these recipes…
Baked or Broiled Salmon Recipe. My grandfather was an avid fisherman and this is the recipe that my grandmother used to cook up his salmon catch. My grandparents used to be hunting guides and would feed this fish recipe to the hunters. It was always a camp favorite. I had some slamon in my freezer from Zaycon so I was excited to try out this recipe again!
This Zucchini Bread recipe is fabulous because it was passed down from my great-grandma to my grandma to me! I love my grandmothers cooking. She is wonderful at cooking from scratch and using ingredients from her garden!
Now this woman in the middle pictured between my two grandmothers is not my sister, she is my mother. Doesn’t she look fab? She is a strong, independent caring woman. She would do anything for her children. Here is a recipe that she passed down to my little sister.
I remember my mom making these when I was a child, but it was not a recipe I gleaned before I left the house. Sure glad my sister posted it for all of us to enjoy!