Grammie’s Notes

Hi, I am Grammie Cherry. I want to welcome you to my site. The art of creation made me curious in many ways. I have a passion for cooking since I was a young girl. My mother helped me in many ways that she has no idea. Starting as a young girl, I grew up on a farm in Indiana. I helped my mother plant and harvest out a large garden. We canned and froze foods. We churned butter, made homemade ice cream and whipped cream. Without her knowing, she put the country and the urge to cook in my soul. This knowledge led to showing me how eating and making things from scratch really is much healthier. Some of those things I learned as a young girl, most others will not experience today.  My grandmothers were also a contributing factor to my love. On my home page, is a picture of one of my grandmothers, and both are not here to share this excitement. I am hoping this site provides you with the great recipes and experiences to share with your children as they grow. I look forward to hearing from everyone. Enjoy!

5 Comments  to  Grammie’s Notes

  1. Kim Hanson says:

    Congrats, I love this and will be following you in this endeavor. I know Grandma would be so proud.

  2. Arleyne Hoffman says:

    Good for you! This is a fantastic way to let your creative juices flow :) I will be a follower for sure and hopefully learn something along the way!

  3. Grammie's Sister says:

    I love this idea. Since we shared this experience I will have to agree with everything you said. I also love to cook even though it came later in my life. Congratulations on the publishing of your receipe. I will look for the book.

  4. Jaime Sitmer says:

    Nice, I love potato soup…Look forward to more. Thanks

  5. Tracy Gray says:

    So very excited for you as you embark on this new adventure. Will definitely be a frequent visitor to enjoy your site and find many tasty recipes. Thanks so much for sharing with us! :o )

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