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“Which one of your mother’s recipes do you still like better than any other?”

May 09. 2013 4:47PM

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“I make the raisin cookies that my mother, Lois Whitlock, used to make for Christmas.”

Beth Soska

West Pittston

“My mother, Mary Chervenitsky, had 13 children so we had potato soup and potato pancakes. The pancakes were the best and had onions and a pinch of sugar.”

Rita Galenty

West Wyoming

“My mother Marion Harvey’s recipe for country chicken boneless/skinless chicken, rice, onion, celery and cream of mushroom soup.”

Jackie Brace


“My grandma, Ethel Smith, makes the best rice pudding. Everybody loved it.”

Amy Maseychik


“My mother, Lorraine Romer of Mill Creek, used to make a Wesson chiffon cake with marshmallow cream icing for our birthdays.

Gladys Hadsel


“My grandmother, Marion Ondash, used to make sweet potato fluff with marshmallows. You bake it until it gets crispy.”

Ashley Raspen

Sweet Valley


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