Dramatically improve your love of cooking with Grandma Sue’s Love of Cooking Book


 

If you take the time and patience to learn the cooking basics, then you can start the real creative process by inventing your own dishes…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just a word of encouragement to all you novice cooks or those of you who think you aren’t a good cook,

 

“None of us were good cooks when we started out!”

 

 

 

 

After 30 years…

After 30 years…

Finally after 30 years of gathering, compiling, creating, testing and vetting literally thousands of recipes Grandma Sue has put together her cook. It contains 14 sections with over 500 of the best of the best recipes for SundayDinner, Family Dinner, Barbecuing &... read more
Leftover Sauces Made New

Leftover Sauces Made New

I had for really nice big fat skin on chicken thighs in my freezer and decided to thaw them out and prepare a meal for grandpa and I.  When I got them out of the freezer, I noticed a container labeled “Meatball sauce” also in the freezer.  Inspiration... read more

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Grandma Sue on “Good Things Utah”

Grandma Sue on “Good Things Utah”

A couple of days ago I experienced my first taste of what FIVE MINUTES OF “FAME” was like.  I use the term very loosely as I can guarantee their will be no “FAME” for me from this experience.  My family is just teasing me about the experience using this term.  My... read more
Breakfast Bacon & Steamed Eggs Over Veggies

Breakfast Bacon & Steamed Eggs Over Veggies

As I have mentioned in the Cookbook, Grandpa Jay and I are always looking for ways to get our minimum daily requirements for the 5-7 servings of fruits and veggies into our menu planning.  Grandpa bought a bag of those cute little mini squash at Costco yesterday and I... read more