Family Cookbook

Preserving the family culinary memory

Shaaron and Patricia were chatting at Auntie Ione’s party tonight at Lisa and Shamir’s. They felt we should have a family cookbook. Little did they realize that we already have exactly that. And it is on this website! Click here to see for yourself.

Three sisters

The family got together at Lisa and Shamir’s house to celebrate Auntie Ione’s birthday on January 24th, 2015. Here are the three sisters with an iPad showing how technology spans eras.

Now the challenge is on! Who will submit the next recipe? Click the menu above and try one or two of our recipes. Then submit one of your own. Don’t worry about formatting it. Bob will take care of it for you.

If you have forgotten your password to log in, which you must do before you can post something, it’s not a big problem. Just e-mail me, and either Bob or I will reset your password, and the website software (WordPress) will e-mail it to you. You can then log in and change that password if you wish.

Everyone liked the honeyed spiced chicken tagine I brought along to the party, and Lisa did her usual magic with a spread to remember. Let’s start with just one each of the dishes we all shared for Auntie Ione’s party, and expand the Recipes page with some more dishes for our friends and family worldwide to try and enjoy.

About Andrea

Andrea Seepersaud is the Seepersaud family scribe. She is the President of Upper Canada Immigration Consultants. In 2012, Andrea was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal in Canada.

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