1. Windigo

    Food memories Q&A

    I thought it would be fun to make a thread with some specific questions about your food memories. I provide a template and would love to read all your answers! When you were a child, if you got to choose what was for dinner: what would it have been? What did you buy with your pocket money...
  2. B

    My family tradition: never "yucking" on food.

    since this is a foodie forum. my family managed to teach me a few things as a kid. one was to NEVER "ewwww" someones food. my situation was reinforced by real-life. i am an American born Chinese dude. i grew up in a smaller Texas town were there were hardly any Asian people. coming up thru...
  3. rascal

    Glazed ham for Easter, family dinner.

    It's prepped and in the oven, I will start it at 4 o clock. I'm also doing a salad, kids are bringing stuff as well. We have this every year at Easter and new year. The fat is checkered but you won't see it until it starts cooking. I big hit here later tonight. Russ
  4. Burt Blank

    My Serbian family loved my wok cooking.

    Last year when we visited Krusevac the wanted me to cook some of the Chinese food I made for the ones that visited here. I have gas here so I can get a passable flame. They only have electric. "Chef" Zokko who has a restaurant told me not to worry, they would make something. I took the key...
  5. Saranak

    Family and food.

    Ciao a tutti, I been sit in kitchen an realise what food can do in different situation. As all know I from Napoli famiglia is very important they everything to me, it have been huge in my famiglia. Celebration, religious an others, everything from wedding, birthday, love ones pass away...
  6. rascal

    We have company

    Daughters partner has moved on at a bad time. Her house she rented has been sold. She needs a hip replacement at 45. Long story short she needs to come home for a month or so until she can go back to teaching. So her and mr 6 are coming home. Luckily we have all downstairs free so heaps of room...
  7. S

    Cooking App for Family Recipes Survey

    Hey gang! Sorry if this is in the wrong place. My name is Steve and I am a student working on a phone app for families to store and share their recipes all in one place. We're still in the beginning phase of this but if you have some time and are fond of cooking feel free to take a moment and...
  8. sotastee

    Hello to the whole CookingBites family and beyond!

    Hi, there Sooooooo... excited to be here and be part of your family! I have got a few cooking ideas and cooking problems to solve if i can. So please fill me in if you have any questions...or better saying, i will be looking at your posts ;) :p
  9. Lullabelle

    Charging family and friends for Christmas dinner

    I have been reading on the BBC website about people charging family and friends for Christmas dinner. It appears to have sparked quite a debate. Hosting dinner can be very expensive so to a point I appreciate where the idea comes from but charging seems extreme. On December 27th my husband's...
  10. detroitdad

    My Family Portrait

    Lol..... not exactly what you were thinking. It's an updated pic of my other hobby. I have one more set enroute. I'll post close up pictures of each set as time permits. Don't worry, I get it that this will be a thread for one No worries :)
  11. Morning Glory

    Family history

    Inspired by some discussion about history and families in another thread, I was wondering about everyone's family history. There are three aspects to this: Whatever has been handed down to you by word of mouth, photographs, letters and documents etc. Ancestral research using or...
  12. Shaun

    How many will you be cooking for this Christmas?

    My wife and I are the join of two large families, and between us and our immediate family members (brothers, sisters and their kids) there are 38 of us! :eek: Whilst it is great to see everyone and get together at Christmas, we have a tradition in our house of just having Christmas dinner to...
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