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  • 6 months ago
    Comment CatLady

    What a delightful story! On a side note, I would encourage anyone who has a special recipe or even a family favorite to write it down! My mom was a really good cook but didn't write down any recipes. She passed away some years ago and there are things she made, which may very well have come from a box, bag or jar, that I miss having. I've started this for my son. One year I bought him a wooden recipe box and included several family recipes. I add to it when I think of it or when he requests something.

  • 6 months ago
    Comment CatLady

    Question for everyone: what do you call it when your cat kneads? I grew up referring to it as "making biscuits," a term my mom used. She was from the South, so I'm not sure if this is regional or not. One of my kitties makes nervous biscuits - when she's stressed she'll go to town with kneading. We were at the vet recently and one of the techs referred to it as "making boots," which is the first time I'd heard that term.