Vacation dessert recipes from our viewers in your candy tooth : NPR

Vacation dessert recipes from our viewers in your candy tooth : NPR

Vacation dessert recipes from our viewers in your candy tooth : NPR

Jordan Harrison, Jan Kincaid Clifford, Allison Stines and Ellie King/Collage by NPR

Clockwise from top left: Jordan Harrison, Jan Kincaid Clifford, Allison Stines and Ellie King share family recipes.

Jordan Harrison, Jan Kincaid Clifford, Allison Stines and Ellie King/Collage by NPR

All Issues We’re Cooking is a collection that includes kitchen gems from you, our readers and listeners, and the particular tales behind them. We’ll proceed to share extra of your recipes all through the vacations.

All jokes apart, this fruitcake is known. It was even served at a marriage

Mother and father, children, aunts and a cousin collect on Black Friday to make a giant batch to mail across the nation. It is shared far and extensive at Christmastime and was featured on a motorbike experience throughout Iowa.

When Ellie King and her husband were married, they had Grandma Phoebe's Famous Fruitcake as their wedding cake.

Ellie King/Collage by NPR

When Ellie King and her husband were married, they had Grandma Phoebe's Famous Fruitcake as their wedding cake.

Ellie King/Collage by NPR

Her father’s fudge recipe brings again childhood recollections of the Midwest

A younger Jan Kincaid Clifford wasn’t even tall sufficient to achieve the range. That did not cease her from stirring the pot. And stirring. And stirring. Her dad’s recipe requires persistence, but it surely pays off.

Jan Kincaid Clifford's father with his grandchildren.

Jan Kincaid Clifford/Collage by NPR

Jan Kincaid Clifford's father with his grandchildren.

Jan Kincaid Clifford/Collage by NPR

Zoom and a butter mint recipe deliver a mom and daughter collectively

A protracted-distance video lesson from Mother additionally provided an opportunity to put in writing the recipe down. Chilly climate and a marble slab work finest to chill this do-it-yourself confection, which has helped the household bond.

Left: Jordan Harrison with her grandmother. Right: Freshly made butter mints.

Jordan Harrison/Collage by NPR

Left: Jordan Harrison with her grandmother. Right: Freshly made butter mints.

Jordan Harrison/Collage by NPR

How a ‘Martian droppings’ cookie bought its out-of-this-world title

Mates, household and colleagues clamor for the quirky, pistachio-flavored pudding cookie treats that come out wanting inexperienced.

Allison Stines holds a photo of her family while she eats a a family-favorite cookie: Martian droppings.

Allison Stines/Collage by NPR

Allison Stines holds a photo of her family while she eats a a family-favorite cookie: Martian droppings.

Allison Stines/Collage by NPR

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

All Issues We’re Cooking is a collection highlighting household recipes which have particular which means to you, our readers and listeners. Earlier this 12 months, we requested you to share your most prized recipes and clarify why these dishes evoke such fond household recollections. Working in collaboration with NPR member stations, we obtained responses from throughout the nation. We have been interviewing some contributors and can proceed to share their tales by the vacation season. All recipes and images have been supplied by NPR viewers members.

CREDITS

Reporting by Wynne Davis, with Isabella Gomez Sarmiento and Maison Tran
Enhancing by Desiree F. Hicks and Pam Webster
Design and artwork route by Daniel Wooden, Emily Bogle, Kaz Fantone and Alyson Damage
Growth by Daniel Wooden
Undertaking administration by Caroline Kelly
Social media engagement by Matt Adams
Audio variations of tales produced by Rose Friedman and Isabella Gomez Sarmiento, with help by Maison Tran
Further enhancing by Gerry Holmes, Nicholas Charles and Neda Ulaby
NPR member stations collaboration by Franklyn Cater

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