Food for the Soul
Passing on tradition.
In his stunning essay chasing dumplings
, wtw member mynamejeff writes about the lost art of dumpling making, and how food as a source of connection goes by the wayside in deference to modern life:
With the hubbub and hubris that comes with city life, the art of preparing food [can be lost]. Traditional recipes became just that—something of the past. Passing them on is even less of a concern.
Do you have a family recipe from your part of the world that’s worthy of passing on, dear writers? Share it with us here, and tell us why it connects you to your family and heritage.
For inspiration, check out "Lemon drizzle"
by --RosieOnTheRun (from reality)--!