Ice Box Bran Muffins
Middle Eastern Hummas by Sarah Hamdan
Jaidyn's Banana Bread
Traditional Irish Barmbrack by Aryanna Mansfield
Chicken Curry by Reign Smith O'keefe
Peppermint Delights by Mya Lekhraj
Coffee Cake by Ayden Gutierrez
Kimchi Soup by Leena Cody
Ice Box Bran MuffinsMy kids ate these every time they went to visit Grandma on the farm and LOVE them to this day because they immediately think of her and how much she loved them.
Middle Eastern Hummas by Sarah HamdanHummus is a popular Middle Eastern chickpea dip. It is served for breakfast with pita bread. I wanted to share this dish with my class because it is very nutritious and tasty. People with allergies to sesame seeds should avoid eating it.
Jaidyn's Banana BreadMaybe try applesauce instead of sugar if you want a slightly more healthy option.
Traditional Irish Barmbrack by Aryanna MansfieldBecause of my love for everything Irish, I discovered this recipe a couple of years ago for a school project and we have made it pretty regularly ever since and I plan on passing it down through future generations. There is another version of this that is made with whiskey cause, well, you know the Irish and their whiskey lol.
Chicken Curry by Reign Smith O'keefeOur family loves this recipe; my grandma does not write it down she just keeps it memorized. Now you have her secret!
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This cookbook is about heritage and how food from different regions affect our diet. How close are we to the source of our food and learning from others who have done the life journey before us.