Not my grandma, but Chef Lynn Miller’s grandmother’s banana bread.
In my family, we have some recipe books that belonged to one grandma. The other was notorious for being, shall we say, a less than optimal cook.
Yet there is a deep food heritage in my family. The oldest recipes are based on German roots. The newer foods became favorites based on experiments with newer products, such as Jell-O, which became popular once home refrigerators became more common.
The list includes lots of Christmas cookies, lemon jello, smoked goose, candied apples, deviled eggs, potato pancakes, homemade applesauce, and what we . . . → Read More: Grandma Ogden Banana Bread