January 17, 2014 by Joanne T Ferguson
I LOVE hearing stories behind foods, ingredients and recipes like I shared recently with Shinbone Traditional Chinese Soup Base which brought back memories of my childhood in China town in New York City!
I believe one lives in the moment, appreciates the past and hopes for the future!
I was thinking of my dad the other day, as I often do.
My parents photo is smiling next to me near the computer and I know they smile down on me from the heavens above.
As my 50th birthday nears, I remember a conversation my dad and I had when I was turning 40.
P.S. Age never bothers me and EVERY birthday I celebrate I am still alive!
My dad said I could not possible be turning 40, because like Jack Benny ( a famous American comedian) he was only 39!
For those who may be unfamiliar with Jack Benny, while “in character”, his age was always 39, regardless of his actual age.
My dad and I shared the same sense of humor; I LOVED to hear him laugh; I can STILL hear his laughter to this day!
I LOVE hearing Foodie Friends Friday Recipes That Tell a Story…YOU?
This week, I shared Lost and Found Dad’s Saint and Sinner Birthday Cake.
This cake will have to do until my birthday arrives; coming soon!
Let’s get onto the party, eh?
Curious which recipes received the MOST CLICKS?
Curious about which recipes were the Hosts Favorites from last week’s Foodie Friends Friday Healthy Choices Party?
With a quick click to the Daily Dish Magazine, you can satisfy YOUR curiosity!
I would personally like to thank this week’s Co-hosts:
Marlys from This and That – my love of cooking and photography
Sarah from The Chef Next Door
Joanne from WineladyCooks
Jenny from In The Kitchen with Jenny
Michelle from From Calculus to Cupcakes
Lois from Walking on Sunshine
Tracey from Busy Vegetarian Mom
Cindy from Cindy’s recipes and writings
Bloggers Best Homemade
Foodie Friends Friday
Daily Dish Magazine
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(That’s fair enough eh?)
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Trust me, if I have figured all of this out (with a little help from my Foodie Friends Friday friends), than you can too!
Let’s get this Foodie Friends Friday Recipes That Tell a Story started eh?
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Would YOU like to choose only one?
IF you HAD to choose, which ONE would you choose?
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