Episode 8 takes us to the wild marshes of northern Minnesota to forage for cranberries used to make a sauce that brings memories of family and childhood.
Listen as food blogger and cookbook author, Laura Bashar, shares memories Khoresteh Gormeh Sabzi, a Persian stew, with deep roots in her family’s heritage.
Traditions are handed down from generation to generation and often times the reason that something is done is "because that is the way we have always done it". This holds true for one ingredient in this recipe for Chicken and Dumplings. Matt: I love to read cookbooks...
Cream Puffs are a celebratory, comforting thing. Nancy recalls a recipe she learned at her mother’s side before mental health concerns altered a mother-daughter relationship.
In this episode of The Heritage Cookbook Project Podcast, we talk about honoring cultures within a blended family, challah and shabbat, and how a pancake has emotional and nostalgic value.