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    Tuesday
    Jan152013

    List It Tuesday: Family Food Favs

    With the remaining blank pages left in the hand-made journal that Hanna made for me {the stitched journal we used for The Journal List Project} I did a bunch of the lists for Artsyville's List it Tuesday challenge. Here are the first two lists.

    Here's the post at Artsyville: Family Recipe + Food Traditions.

    I make chocolate cake for family birthdays from my mom's recipe. Two weeks each year we have two cakes because two of us have February birthdays and two have October birthdays. I love this flip-up flap that Hanna created. Need to try this fun way of expanding a page.

    Here's one of our silly word games that we do at dinner on the weekends. This started when the kids were little. Just take the name of an animal and the name of a food, with alliteration. Koala Kumquats. Panther Pancakes. Meerkat Mangoes. We take turns saying an animal-food.

    And my dream favorite sandwich would be corned beef on a fresh garlic bagel {or sandwich rye, in a pinch} with a bit of mustard. And slices of kosher dill pickles on the sandwich. But it's a deli wasteland here in TX. My grandfather actually used to make corned beef - that tasted exactly like the deli - but I have no idea how. In Pittsburgh, we have a restaurant that puts the french fries on the sandwich too.

    And Tuesday means a new Prompt6ix Prompt! Prompt6ix? A 6 word prompt. Here's a link to all of the Prompt6ix Prompts.

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    Reader Comments (10)

    Pretty little journal & jewish deli fanatic, here!

    haha, yes! Have had that Pittsburgh sandwich with the fries! My husband and I never forgot it, at a FL branch of their shop on the Ft Lauderdale strip, lol, near his parent's place.

    Followed a friend's link from fb.. off to take a look around :)

    ~ vicki

    01.15.2013 | Unregistered CommenterVicki Cook

    Great list, but french fries on bread? Now I know we live far apart! :-)

    01.15.2013 | Unregistered CommenteriHanna

    Now I'm hungry! I like your list of things you have at least once every two weeks. Can I come for dinner?

    01.15.2013 | Unregistered CommenterTiffani

    First, I love the book page and I love your list! As for the corned beef, my mom made it often on Sundays. She made it in a pressure cooker with pickling spices. The key is nice thin slicing... which she attained with her pro meat slicer :) Save me a piece of choco cake in Feb.... I'm on my way!

    01.16.2013 | Unregistered Commentertextilerecycler

    Great journal page! And now I want some chocolate cake. :))

    01.17.2013 | Unregistered CommenterNatashaMay

    fabulous list! you've been to Deli News, haven't you?! if not, get there stat!!

    01.17.2013 | Unregistered Commenteraimee

    I'am from PA and lived in Tx 20 years....people in TX just don't know what their missing...Shoo Fly Pie ......Pork Roll sandwiches....corned beef.....they all thought i was nuts! well......maybe i'am but thats still good food!lol

    01.17.2013 | Unregistered Commenterdeb

    it's fun to read about your family rituals! i laughed about texas being the deli wasteland. ;)

    01.18.2013 | Unregistered Commenterteddi

    A really fun list...my husband is from Pittsburgh and loves that sandwich!

    01.18.2013 | Unregistered CommenterPaula

    I wonder what makes cake lop sided? Lop sided or not I bet it's delicious.

    01.19.2013 | Unregistered CommenterMary Walker

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