From Laura Muckerman Johnson
I don’t think your Mother’s cookbook would be complete without Chinese Chews. I have attached the page from the Pi Phi cookbook, where I placed the recipe back in 1983. I have so many fond memories of eating all the great food in your mom’s kitchen. Whenever I came over to your house, the first place I went was to the kitchen to see what was in the baking pan with the sliding lid, and the Chinese Chews were my favorite! I think I may make some tomorrow!
From Peggy Mosinger Freedman
One of the most delightful features of the Mosinger Household is the dining room table. It has the ability to magically expand to accommodate any number of dinner guests. Usually with the help of the beautiful obi cloth from Sako. After all, you need a place to put all of the wonderful food that comes out of Grandma’s kitchen!
Lemon Squares – posted by Tyler
It’s a well known fact that when Grandchildren are choosing an airport to use for all of their long distance travel, they will always choose the airport that is closest to Grandma. However, what is not well known is that the reasoning is not due to convenience or socializing, but rather it is so that said grandchild can load up on Lemon Squares before traveling far away from home. Clutch
Another favorite for me is Jello Oreo Pie. It isn’t really appropriate for airplane travel, but here is how it works:
1) Team up with Grandma to make a delicious/fresh/awesome oreo pie. 2) Eat a slice of said oreo pie. 3) Eat another slice of said oreo pie
Grandma – You Rock! (And you are still the fastest kisser!)
Whenever I pull out my copy of the famous Feathery Fudge Cake Recipe I am reminded that Mom began to type it on her classic old typewriter and let Mike finish the recipe card by hand. I’m pretty sure the part that says, “Serve in thick slices to Mike repeatedly, with great frequency” was not part of the original recipe. This cake is so good it is worth lugging 10 lb bags of White Lily flour back from Atlanta to make it just right.