This post is brought to you by Knorr, all opinions are my own.
For most of us, growing up and moving into our own life, is an adventure. Probably the first thing I missed was my mom’s cooking. She is an amazing cook and always spent hours preparing us amazing meals and lavish desserts.
I left my mom’s at 15 and moved in with my dad, who did not know how to cook. I missed my mom’s homemade yeast rolls, her pecan torte, her beef stroganoff.
I felt very much like Carmen, a British girl who is now living in the Arctic. Of course, she misses her friends, family and life back home, but what she misses most is her mom’s cooking. KNORR has a surprise for Carmen….
I visited my grandmother and she helped me learn the yeast bread recipe that has been in our family forever. My mom cooks with cream bases and my grandmother with tomato bases. It just wasn’t the same.
Through my adult years, I was a nanny for a Jewish family in Miami. I lived in Ohio with an Italian family where I learned to make authentic Italian marinara. I married into a Cuban-American Family where I learned to appreciate and cook the Caribbean Cuisine. All these experiences helped me develop my own style of cooking for my own family.
As I teach my children to cook their favorite dishes, we’re learning short cuts, because life is no longer about someone cooking for hours over a stove. I LOVE the KNORR Homestyle Stock..it’s a great addition to homemade mashed potatoes, soup bases and more. Miss M loves the Knorr Bouillon cubes–their her favorite after-school snack on a crisp afternoon.
There’s so many options with Knorr, and the best thing is the taste will have you thinking about home.
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