Good Friends Meet in
Grandma's Kitchen


Do You Have a Kitchen Tip to Share with Grandma and Other Visitors?

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Recreating Grandma's Kitchen isn't easy. We will have to use our imaginations to bring back the memories of all the wonderful smells coming from a warm and cozy room filled with laughter. It was always a safe haven for family members to meet while Grandma made sure everybody kept their hands busy preparing healthy home cooked meals.

Here is a place you can enjoy sharing secret recipes, kitchen wisdom tips, wonderful memories and maybe a bit of gossip. Let's get to know each other, share some wisdom and make this world a friendlier place.

Even though this website is written by a grandmother, you don't have to be a grandma to interact and join in the fun. If you have nothing to share at the moment or feeling a bit shy please feel free to try the many free recipes and tips offered in Grandma's Kitchen. You can always just send a message and introduce yourself or ask questions. I hope you let me know how the recipes or tips worked out for you.

Let's start by sharing some of Grandma's own recipes:

This list is only the beginning of what will be shared here. Within a short period of time we will all benefit from each other.

I'll be adding your recipes and your name as the contributor of the recipe, so tell your friends to join in the fun and see your name on a website. Just fill out the form below.

Please know that I will never sell or give your name or email address to anybody.



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Grandma's Kitchen Wisdom Tips

There is one thing this world will never be in short supply of and that's advice from Grandma. Not all women love to cook, bake, sew, paint, knit, crochet, or keep a tidy house, but imagine meeting a woman that don't have a bit of advice or a handy tip to share. It's not going to happen!

Men are more than welcome to share their thoughts, tips and recipes too. In fact it sure would make this website a lot more interesting! So join in and lets enjoy each others company.

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If you have any tips you'd like to share on this list please fill out the form below. Or if there is a topic you would like to see added to this list please feel free to make any suggestions. Any tips, tricks, or advice you contribute will be posted along with your name. So please don't be shy. If you choose to remain anonymous that's OK too.

Mark this page in your favorite places so you can return often and mention this website to your friends and family to join in the fun.




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Tips by Other Visitors

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Start Your Garden and Dry Your Own Herbs 
Many of our dishes don’t taste right without the delightful herbs that we buy in the store by the carton. Herbs are nature’s flavorings and we need them …

Basil, Mint and Mice! 
My nursery guy told me they were having a terrible problem with mice this winter. When a cold snap came along (I live in S. Arizona) they put all the recently …

Keep Apples from Browning Tip 
After you cut apple they will eventually start to brown. Fill a bowl with water and a 1/4 teaspoon of salt. soak apples in the water. This prevents any …

Kitchen Dish Rag or Sponge Tip 
When your dish rag or sponge smells funny, just put it in the dishwasher with your dishes and turn it on. The heat in the washer will sanitize it nicely. …

Sun Tan Using Lemon and Yogurt 
Mix 1 spoon of sugar in 2 spoons of yogurt, add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Blend it well, apply only during night times. Morning wash it cleanly. Within …

Cast Iron Skillet Works like Non-Stick! 
When I first was married and wanted to be old fashioned like my mother-in-law, I tried using cast iron frying pans for almost every meal. For years I would …

Cleaning Green Peppers 
I'm making stuffed green peppers today and while cleaning out the insides, I grabbed my little zester and used it to scrape out the insides. Quick work …

Peeled Onion, Potaotes and other Waste Veg Tip 
Don't throw away the plastics or paper wrapping while u buy food stuffs, keep it in separate draw, while u r peeling off potatoes or onions or other waste …

Frozen Grapes Calm The Sore Throat 
Rinse a cup to cup and a half of your choice of grapes(red,green,etc.) Place in freezer storage container and put in freezer for a few hours or until completely …

Microwaving Water - CAUTION! 
Be careful when microwaving water. The water won't steam or boil, but will be very volitle. If you're not careful, the microwaved water can explode all …

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