This cookbook is a tribute to my Grandmama Hall (1899-1992) who was a wonderful cook. She loved collecting recipes and cooking for the family and others, and was an inspiration for us all. Her legacy continues, “generation after generation” now with her great-grandchildren carrying on her tradition.
Many of the recipes in this cookbook were my Grandmama Hall’s that were handed down and are still our family favorites. Also included are some of my mother’s, my sister’s, as well as mine. And, there is a section called, “Memories” which gives an account of Christmas at Grandmama Hall’s house, and Thanksgiving at Mama’s house.
“To Grandmama’s House We Go, The Next Generation:”
The second “To Grandmama’s House We Go” is dedicated to my mother, Geraldine Hall Booe, who took up the mantle of the family holiday dinners when Grandmama Hall was no longer able to prepare them.
This “To Grandmama’s House We Go” cookbook is a continuation of the first one, but includes recipes from other family members (aunts and cousins), and those that were given to us by friends. Most of the recipes are more contemporary–most dating from the 1960’s–but there are some “oldies, but goodies” which were not in the first cookbook.
Also included is a section on my daughter’s shop, “Chef Candace”, which is a little restaurant in Cabot, Arkansas. She regularly prepares our “family favorites” for her customers–taking Grandmama Hall’s legacy to another level.
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