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2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange

This is the first of two, count ’em, TWO webinars for Myrt’s 2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange & PC Party being held in a Facebook Group here.

Melissa LeMaster Barker says “Don’t forget to be on the lookout for recipes from your ancestors for medicine. Before pharmacies and other medical facilities, our family members concocted home remedies! And yes, they were called “receipts” before “recipes.”

This tattered recipe from Wendy Gunderson’s great-grandmother ended up being Molasses cookies. Watch her Facebook LIVE demo here. Find out about the whys and wherefores of “folding in” versus “stiring” ingredients together.

Wendy's Molasses Cookies

IMAGE: Courtesy of Wendy Gunderson.

SELECTED COMMENTS

00:31:39 Cousin Russ: ASK TO JOIN the 2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange & PC Party Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/693164577738065
00:32:06 Melissa Barker: Hello Everyone!

Preserving Family Recipes (book)Cary Bright won a copy of this book tonight!
00:33:34 Cousin Russ: Preserving Family Recipes: How to Save and Celebrate Your Food Traditions by Valerie Frey https://www.amazon.com/Preserving-Family-Recipes-Traditions-Publication/dp/0820330639

00:34:50 Cousin Russ: INFO About Myrt’s 2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange & PC Party http://dearmyrtle.com/blog2/index.php/2018/01/31/2nd-annual-heirloom-recipe-exchange-pc-party

00:54:50 Sue McCormick: I remember those old margarine tubs.

Butter churn00:55:16 Sheryl Whisenhunt: We did the butter churning, homemade ice cream, homemade pies, etc.
00:55:28 Sue McCormick: My father’s cousin churned her butter. I remember seeing the churn.
00:56:01 Sue McCormick: We also turned the ice cream maker when when had cookouts with my grandmother.
00:59:33 Sheryl Whisenhunt: Plus my sisters and I had to help Mom with canning. We had a peaches and we canned a minimum of 300 quarts each year. One of us peeled the peaches, one did the ringing and one did the pitting. Then Mom did the rest. We had a basement under the farm house and all the canning was stored down there where it was always cool.

 

01:02:07 Cary Bright: I just posted a memory for a similar piece of furniture, Bakers table that came from my Uncle about his grandmother. Thanks for the reminder to write that one down!
01:03:23 Sue McCormick: When me made applesauce, we all cut the transparent apples before we started. My mother, my sister and I cut the peck Transparent apple (which are NOT eating apples). One slice for the pot, and one slice for the cutter.
01:06:19 Sheryl Whisenhunt: A peck of pickled peppers, Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, where is the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper Picked. 🙂 Test for you Russ!
01:06:54 Sue McCormick: You rendered pork fat; something like bacon fat, but harder.
01:07:49 Sue McCormick: We had scrapple here in Missouri, when I was growing up (even though it is eastern in origin).
01:08:08 Cary Bright: So would our generation saving our favorite Cookbooks. With all our handwritten corrections & additions and all the history about certain cookbooks. We brought this up in one of DearMYRTLE’s groups with how much character some of our Betty Crocker cookbooks are from spills and burnt covers. I am working on a scrapbook layout about my cookbooks.


01:17:04 Cousin Russ: http://www.gaylord.com
01:18:06 Cousin Russ: Gaylord Archival recipe card covers “Presentation packets”
http://www.gaylord.com/Preservation/Photo-Print-%26-Art-Preservation/Envelopes%2C-Sleeves-%26-Protectors/Print-File%26%23174%3B-6-mil-Polypropylene-Presentation-Pockets-%28100-Pack%29/p/HYB02473


01:21:03 Cousin Russ: Door Prize Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/gkZu3Nv0mW0MRUtX2
01:21:57 Cousin Russ: Interactive Catalog: http://ow.ly/yNPK305LlCP

***** HOW TO SHOP: *****
1) Go to https://pamperedchef.com/go/DearMyrtle2 
2) Click Shop and add items to your cart If you have any questions or concerns, call/text me at 682-203-7393(text) or message me here on FB.(Wendy Gunderson, Pampered Chef)
3) You may also place your order with DearMYRTLE directly. Guests who spend $75 or more will get their pick of the guest special for free!

Check out the Monthly Special Here: https://www.pamperedchef.com/pws/home4dinner/guest-offers
All orders will be submitted together and credit cards will be processed at when the party closes. Direct shipping is available to anywhere in the U.S. Local orders may be sent to our host for pick up if you prefer. They’ll receive them in 7-10 days from the close date. Thank you for joining us! Wendy Gunderson Cell/Text 682-203-7393 http://www.pamperedchef.biz/Home4Dinner


01:25:27 Sue McCormick: The one time we had fresh chicken (at a friend’s farm), the decapitated chicken actually jumped over the house!
01:28:22 Doris Lanier: I use to past a house walking to school that would have the killed chicken hanging on the closesline
01:30:38 Cary Bright: Got to go serve up dinner for my guy. Thanks for the walk down memory lane from you all! You all have inspired me!
01:33:45 Cousin Russ: Create Your Wish List: https://www.pamperedchef.com/wishlisthome


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Hoosier Cabinets & Other Kitchen Memories

As we gather over the next few days for DearMYRTLE’s 2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange and Pampered Chef Party, I’d like to hear what you remember about family kitchens from bygone eras.

When Ol’ Myrt here thinks of “heirloom recipes” I harken back to delightful aromas wafting from my Grandma Myrtle’s kitchen in Puyallup, Washington. She had built-in kitchen cabinets with glass drawer and door pulls. Grandmother’s cook stove was electric.

Myrtle Weiser Player

IMAGE: Myrtle Eliza (Weiser) Player Severinson (1896-1972) in her garden, Puyallup, Washington circa 1953, from the author’s collection.

My great-grandmother Eliza (Wasden) Weiser (1862-1942) lived a meager life in a bare wood floor farmhouse featuring a Hoosier Cabinet with flour sifter a free-standing cabinet of sorts. Great-grandmother’s stove was wood burning.

Eliza Marie Wasden

IMAGE: Eliza Marie (Wasden) Weiser (1862-1942), Twin Falls, Idaho, circa 1938, from the author’s private collection.

 

Hoosier Cabinet

You are invited to DearMYRTLE’s
2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange

& Pampered Chef Party
3rd thru 12th February 2018

The party itself takes place in a Facebook group. Click here to join.  This is where we may share our photos of old recipe cards, marvel at things like our grandmother’s apron, and discuss the recipes and implements Wendy shares with us. In addition to this and several Facebook LIVE videos hosted by Wendy, Ol’ Myrt invites you to the following 2 webinars. Purchases are not required to participate.  

3 FEB 2018 – WENDY’S BIG REVEAL as she pours through her great-grandmother’s old recipe cards. It’s all about updating old ingredients to what we have today.

12 FEB 2018 – VALENTINES DAY IDEAS – special treats for that special someone.

WHEN
9pm Eastern US (New York)
8pmam Central US (Chicago)
7pm Mountain US (Denver, Salt Lake City)
6pm Pacific US (Los Angeles)

If you need a time zone converter, this is the one Ol’ Myrt uses:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

REGISTRATION LINK: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HAFoNCR4QEeYDki2cy1DJQ

Other fun things we will be doing during the multi-day event include:

Share a memory

  • “Share a Memory” Contest (Ol’ Myrt will give away a cookbook from her remote offices at Amazon.com)
  • “Guess that implement” Game
  • Facebook Live Demos
  • Pampered Chef Door Prize Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/gkZu3Nv0mW0MRUtX2

Share a memoryASK TO JOIN the 2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange & PC Party Facebook Group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/693164577738065

 


 

 

 

2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange & PC Party

Heirloom Recipe
We had so much fun last year when Wendy Gunderson hosted our heirloom recipe exchange that I invited her back. In the interim, we’ve discovered we are real-life cousins! So move over Cousin Russ, make room for another relative. 

2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange
& Pampered Chef Party
3rd thru 12th February 2018

The party itself takes place in a Facebook group. Click here to join.  This is where we may share our photos of old recipe cards, marvel at things like our grandmother’s apron, and discuss the recipes and implements Wendy shares with us. In addition to this and several Facebook LIVE videos hosted by Wendy, Ol’ Myrt invites you to the following 2 webinars. Purchases are not required to participate.  

3 FEB 2018 – WENDY’S BIG REVEAL as she pours through her great-grandmother’s old recipe cards. It’s all about updating old ingredients to what we have today.

12 FEB 2018 – VALENTINES DAY IDEAS – special treats for that special someone.

WHEN
9pm Eastern US (New York)
8pmam Central US (Chicago)
7pm Mountain US (Denver, Salt Lake City)
6pm Pacific US (Los Angeles)

If you need a time zone converter, this is the one Ol’ Myrt uses:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HAFoNCR4QEeYDki2cy1DJQ

Other fun things we will be doing during the multi-day event

Share a memory

  • “Share a Memory” Contest (Ol’ Myrt will give away a cookbook from her remote offices at Amazon.com)
  • “Guess that implement” Game
  • Facebook Live Demos
  • Pampered Chef Door Prize Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/gkZu3Nv0mW0MRUtX2

Share a memoryASK TO JOIN the 2nd Annual Heirloom Recipe Exchange & PC Party Facebook Group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/693164577738065